Craig's hands 'burned black'

Former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig has demonstrated appalling judgment, Chris Trotter writes.

OPINION: Colin Craig suffers from the political equivalent of leprosy.

Electrical fault blamed video

Fire crews secure and monitor a large and suspicious fire in Henderson.

Originally treated as suspicious, investigators say an electrical fault caused the major Henderson blaze.

Craig vows to appeal defamation ruling video

Former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig arrives at the High Court at Auckland.

Colin Craig "very, very" surprised at defamation ruling, for which he must pay $1.27 million.

Public transport woes

One of Auckland's new electric trains at Henderson station.

What do Aucklanders hate the most about using public transport?

It's gridlock-ageddon video

There is a new Aucklander every 20 minutes - guess how most of them like to travel.

Each year, 43,000 more vehicles clog Auckland's roads. Every year, your travel time worsens as a result.

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Wellington artist wins Walters Prize

Shannon Te Ao won the Walters Prize with this video work, two shoots that stretch far out, 2013-14.

Something "mysterious and wholly unexpected" has happened with New Zealand's biggest art prize.

Serious collision holds up bargain-hunters

One car ended up on its roof following a crash in Greenlane.

Candidate wants to end mandatory helmet rules

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New All White's fortunate timing

Fullback Liam Graham is the one new face in the All Whites squad to tour the US.

If Liam Graham hadn't taken football boots to Europe holiday, his dream All Whites call might never have come.

A vibrant and active city: Sport CEO's vision

Toni-Maree Carnie, North Harbour Sport chief executive

People everywhere eagerly embracing sport and recreation opportunities - Harbour Sport chief executive Toni-Maree Carnie's vision for Auckland post local elections.

Sport: Under-15s now only hope of a championship

Hooker Samiuela Lauhingoa will be gutted with the Counties Manukau Stingrays under-17s semi final upset by the South ...

 Counties Manukau's under-17s are out of the national youth championships. Now it's only hope for a title rests with the under-15 side.

Sport: Both are overwhelming favourites

Counties Manukau Stingrays hooker Samiuela Lauhingoa hopes to start in the under-17 semi final against Wai-Coa Bay at 1pm.

The Counties Manukau Stingrays line up in the semi finals of rugby league's national youth championship in Rotorua shortly.

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