Auckland woman's Zika nightmare

Jen Byrn a young New Zealander is waiting to hear if she has contracted the Zika virus.

A last minute holiday to a Pacific Island has left a young Auckland woman fearing for her childbearing future.

Bike boys with large speakers

Farm Street Boys cruising the streets of Onehunga.

Biker gangs flood quiet suburbs to "do battle" have been kicked off the streets.

South Auckland death investigated

Neighbours say there was yelling and screaming before the man, in his mid-30s, died.

A man is dead in Mangere after neighbours heard someone shout out "I killed him".

Man hurt in Auckland Domain video

Part of the domain remains blocked to traffic.

A man in his 40s suffered head injuries in an attack in one of Auckland's biggest parks.

Three houses burn in one day

Fire services were notified of the blaze on Waiheke Island around 4.15.

One person is being treated for smoke inhalation after escaping the third house fire of the day in Auckland.

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Huge black marlin caught up north

Craig Johnson (right), 44, of Whangarei, with the head of the black marlin he caught on Waitangi Day. Skipper Kurt Bennetto (left) holds the tail.

5 min ago  The fishermen heard it had taken up residence on a reef. So began the hunt.

Long jumper looks to break eight metres

6 min ago  Matthew Wyatt is working towards making Rio 2016. But first he'll have to go above and beyond his personal best.

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Long jumper looks to break eight metres

Matthew Wyatt will be attempting to soar for the eight metre mark in the build up to Rio 2016.

Matthew Wyatt is working towards making Rio 2016. But first he'll have to go above and beyond his personal best.

Wheelchair athlete barred from race

Brendon Stratton is a wheelchair athlete who was barred from entering a road race for health and safety reasons.

Disabled athlete complains to the Human Rights Commission over Auckland to Wellington Cycle Challenge.

Junior throwers pick up medals

Clockwise from top left: Athletics Whangarei Colgate Games representatives Emma Hetaraka, Hokioramai Dunn, Nikolas Kini, Jordyn Hetaraka, Aimee-Leigh Scott, Braedon Hetaraka, Oscar Ruffel, Elliot Ruffel and Jaime Hetaraka.

Athletes from Athletics Whangarei have enjoyed some success in throwing events at this year's Colgate Games.

Waves at Piha going off

Portia Millar, 6, of Oratia District School won the under-9 girls final in the Lion Rock Boardriders Club summer series at Piha Beach over Auckland Anniversary weekend.

It's a good time to be hitting the water in west Auckland.

A day to celebrate Luke Tipene

Sean Wilson gives the "Ls UP" in memory of his nephew Luke Tipene, who died after being stabbed in Grey Lynn in November 2014.

The community is once again rallying to remember Luke Tipene.

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