Kids too poor for togs

Glen Innes Primary School children are making a splash thanks to donations of togs.

Donations have poured in for kids missing out on swimming lessons because they couldn't afford togs.

New bus station for Manukau

Among those on hand for the first sod turning at the site of the new Manukau bus station in Putney Way were, from left, Otara-Papatoetoe Local Board deputy chair Ross Robertson, board chairman Efeso Collins, Transport Minister Simon Bridges, Manukau ward councillor Alf Filipaina, Auckland mayor Len Brown, Hunua MP Andrew Bayly, Corrections and Police Minister Judith Collins, and Manurewa MP Louisa Wall.

Construction of the new $26 million Manukau bus station should be finished by the second half of 2017.

Driver charged, baby stable

A man, woman and 5-month-old child were injured following the crash on State Highway 16 in Kumeu.

Baby thrown from car in police pursuit remains in hospital as driver appears in court.

Big bang equals big bucks

The damaged Lamborghini was towed away after the accident.

2:40 PM  Repairing a damaged luxury car could cost $80,000 or more due to the top quality parts needed.

Pups try paws at speed dating video

There was plenty of attention for the canines at the doggy speed dating day hosted by Auckland City Council.

Auckland's Victoria Park played host to a furry episode of The Bachelor in the lead-up to Valentine's.

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Sick woman's house sold for $100,000 less than value

Brenda Keats outside her Waimamaku home that was sold for $100,000 less than its rateable value in a mortgagee sale.

3:37 PM  An elderly mother and daughter are outraged their house was sold for less than half the rateable value at a mortgagee sale last month.

Own your own luxury resort gallery

3:32 PM  Luxury home sale offers buyers their own resort in Laingholm, Auckland.

Life precious for pin-up girl

Tourists' luggage stolen from Mt Albert

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