Derelict shack sells for $1.2m

The two-bedroom cottage may lack a kitchen sink, but it boasts a great location in Auckland's Devonport.

 There's no kitchen sink, the walls are unpainted - but this shack in Auckland has sold for $1.2 million.

Rain, rain, go away video

Rain, rain, go away. It's been a wet couple of days in Auckland causing slips in some areas.

More than 30 hours of continuous rain is a reminder for Aucklanders that winter is still here.

SkyCity worker sentenced

A SkyCity casino worker hatched a scheme with two associates to steal chips.

Casino worker who stole $45,000 in chips under stress after becoming a dad and helping family.

Journo on horse hit by car

Newshub journalist Karen Rutherford.

Newshub journalist thrown into car's windscreen, the impact breaking her leg and killing the horse she was riding.

Rallying to bring Daniel home video

Daniel Chorley, 29, has been diagnosed with peripheral T-cell lymphoma.

Young Kiwi scientist in Germany thought he'd pulled a tendon. Now he has an aggressive form of cancer.

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DHB member quits over land

Former board member Arthur Anae quit over the board's pursuit of disposing with some of its land.

Arthur Anae quits Counties Manukau Health board in "personality clash" with its chair over a proposed land sale to the Government.

Cracking start for kiwi chick

Auckland Zoo welcomes its first kiwi chick of the season.

Overhaul unitary plan: ex committee chair

Teens create game to teach history

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Waikato's Ranfurly changes

Iliesa Ratuva Tavuyara will make his NPC debut on the right wing.

Injury and McKenzie's ABs call-up sees a shuffle in the backline.

Bright rugby future for Tamaki College

Tamaki College have a chance to play in the 1A grade next year.

Tamaki College 1st XV made history with an undefeated season to seal the Auckland School Rugby's 1B cup.

Home grown edge, Three Kings ready for semis

Three Kings' Anton Moore in action against Forrest Hill Milford.

Three Kings Utd know they have their work cut out for them in the Chatham Cup semis as they hope to win with home grown talent.

Kids 'can't go anywhere' after bumping

George Tauleale'ausumai organises the Steeldome Gladiators event but is now abandoning The Trusts Arena, pictured behind.

A policy of bumping community bookings for higher-paying commercial events at The Trusts Arena is driving some groups away.

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