This Week: What's on in Auckland

BItchin' Bingo draws big crowds wherever it is hosted.

8:56 AM  The working week stretches out before us. Looking for something to do in the days and nights ahead? Check out Auckland's best events.

Protest over wharf plans video

Auckland wharf expansion protest

More than a thousand Aucklanders have gathered on the waterfront to protest the controversial wharf expansions.

Sir Ed's church fundraiser

Lady June Hillary at the service to raise funds for victims of the Nepal earthquake.

Sir Edmund Hillary's Knight of the Garter banner flew over a fundraiser for Nepalese quake victims.

Ferraris raise funds for cancer

150503 NEWS Photo: Shane Wenzlick, Ferrari Cavalcade event to raise money for the Gastro-Intestinal Cancer Institute, GICI, Newmarket, Auckland, sunday 3rd May 2015.

A $20 million collection of Ferraris is driving across the Auckland region to raise money.

Beach buggy roll man critical

Police were called after two men were injured after their beach buggy rolled.

Two duck shooters  are injured, one critically, after their beach buggy rolls on a remote west Auckland beach.

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Pukekohe school's Anzac memorial vandalised

St Joseph's Catholic School students Anya Silwood, Jude Farrell, Harrison White, Hunter Balle and Madison Prowse hold up what was left of the school's Field of Remembrance crosses after vandels destroyed its Anzac memorial.

15 min ago  The principal of a Pukekohe school was left horrified after finding their Anzac Field of Remembrance had been desecrated.

Te Oro ready to open gallery

9:10 AM  The people of Glen Innes are getting ready to celebrate, as their multi-million dollar music and arts centre is officially being opened this Saturday.

Schools eager to share expertise

Squabble over beach access jolts New Chum hearing

Sport

Force aim to break losing streak

Western Force coach Michael Foley.

The Western Force hope not to make history when they take on the Blues after nine straight losses.

Gutsy win puts top seed into quarters

Top seed Hsu Jen Hao had to survive an injury scare to move through to the New Zealand Badminton Open quarterfinals.

Katharine Van Tuyl  on Double J Sunshine at the Puhinui International Three Day Event.

Equestrian facility one step closer gallery

A home for elite equestrian sport in Auckland is one step closer.

Auckland Faces

Life off 'The Rock'

HAPPY HERE: Fou Alene-Tumataiki says New Zealand has ‘‘open arms’’ for Pacific migrants.

When Fou Alene-Tumataiki left Niue she forgot her native language. 40 years later, she's teaching it to kids.

'Make a life for yourself'

Better job opportunities and a better education were Elaine Iorive’s goals when she came to New Zealand.

BALANCING CULTURES: Linabel Hadlee with her husband Simon and children Mateo, 2, and Jessica, 6, celebrate a family occasion.

Mexican mum loves NZ

Living in Auckland is all about keeping her balance for Mexican mother of two Linabel Hadlee.

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