Auckland City Harbour News

McCartney vaulting into Britomart

Rio 2016 bronze medalist Eliza McCartney will grace the Atrium in Britomart on Wednesday night in a one-off street pole ...

Olympic bronze medalist Eliza McCartney being put to the test in downtown Auckland on Wednesday.

NZIHL responds to backlash

West Auckland Admiral's Tom Tracy goes past the Botany Swarm's Jamie Lawrence.

The New Zealand Ice Hockey League has confirmed it will have a livestream in 2017 after dumping its previous provider.

Central Leader

McCartney vaulting into Britomart

Rio 2016 bronze medalist Eliza McCartney will grace the Atrium in Britomart on Wednesday night in a one-off street pole ...

Olympic bronze medalist Eliza McCartney being put to the test in downtown Auckland on Wednesday.

NZIHL responds to backlash

West Auckland Admiral's Tom Tracy goes past the Botany Swarm's Jamie Lawrence.

The New Zealand Ice Hockey League has confirmed it will have a livestream in 2017 after dumping its previous provider.

Eastern Courier

Three of the best gallery

Kevin Shen from Saint Kentigern College.

Three students from East Auckland schools are in the top 10 scholarship recipients in the country.

Community benefits from club's action

Howick Lions president Grant Taylor says the club is committed to continuing to serve the community, what it has done ...

The Howick Lions Club is inviting the community to enjoy its summer festival in Lloyd Elsmore Park on Sunday.

East & Bays Courier

NZIHL responds to backlash

West Auckland Admiral's Tom Tracy goes past the Botany Swarm's Jamie Lawrence.

The New Zealand Ice Hockey League has confirmed it will have a livestream in 2017 after dumping its previous provider.

Grafton Gully cycleway gets thumbs up

Fairfax Media reporter Mary Fitzgerald explored the Grafton Gully cycleway - a key link in Auckland's city cycle loop.

Auckland's inner city Grafton Gully cycleway receives high praise, by making cycle commuting a reality across Auckland city.

Manukau Courier

Hope walk goes global

Around 3000 people took part in the South Auckland Hope Walk in 2016.

A movement to stop the death of loved ones is taking off.

EDITORIAL: Ignore politics at your peril

Justin Latif. Editor of Manukau Courier and Papakura Courier.

[EDITORIAL] Voting is a great privilege yet why do so many take it for granted?

North Harbour News

There's more to bacteria than you might think

Dr Heather Hendrickson holds some model bacteriophages - an alternative to antibiotics.

Treating a bacterial infection needn't involve antibiotics, a senior lecturer says.

Holt heading to Helensville

Hayley Holt is running for the Helensville seat.

TV personality Hayley Holt is running for the Helensville seat in the election this year.

North Shore Times

Pupils praised for action

The incident near Northcote Intermediate School was a good test run of the school's systems, principal Ben Kelsey says.

An innocuous offer of a ride to school raised fears it was an attempted abduction.

Auckland train crossing derailed video

The eastern side of Auckland Harbour Bridge where the Additional Waitemata Harbour Crossing tunnel is planned to be built.

Phil Goff's preference for buses over rail in Auckland's $4b harbour tunnel labelled "crazy", "impractical".

Nor-west News

Holt heading to Helensville

Hayley Holt is running for the Helensville seat.

TV personality Hayley Holt is running for the Helensville seat in the election this year.

Body found in Auckland forest video

Carissa Avison went missing on January 26.

Body found in Auckland forest escorted out by friends and family of missing woman Carissa Avison.

Papakura Courier

Hope walk goes global

Around 3000 people took part in the South Auckland Hope Walk in 2016.

A movement to stop the death of loved ones is taking off.

Takanini School's new leaf

Takanini School community liaison officer Gerald (Woodie) Peka

Turning a new leaf is the mission for one South Auckland school and Gerald Peka is just the man to help.

Rodney Times

Police investigate sexual attack

Police have cordoned off the walkway.

An unknown man allegedly exposed himself to a woman and then attacked.

Volunteer puppy parents

George Brock with Abby.

Puppy walking is a tough job but somebody's got to do it.

Western Leader

It's getting old

Watercare operations manager Priyan Perera outside the Huia Water Treatment Plant in Titirangi.

The water treatment plant in Titirangi was built in 1929 and now needs replacing, Watercare says.

Maori health research to begin

Researcher Tanya Allport is looking undertaking a 12 month study of Maori mental health.

A study on Maori mental health is aiming to find the best ways to support the west Auckland Maori community.

Waiheke marketplace

Grab chance of two free tickets to Pop-Up Globe

Romeo and Juliet was a hit at the Pop-Up Globe during its first season. Now you can enter a draw for tickets to Much Ado ...

We're making 'much ado' about our Shakespeare theatre giveaway on Waiheke Neighbourly

'Blank slate' on Waiheke

The 189 hectare block overlooks Pipitewai Bay towards the eastern end of Waiheke.

Got a spare $10 million or so? A rare farm on luxury Waiheke Island is for sale.

Northland

Halberg winner 'amazed'

Team of the year award winners Peter Burling, left, and Blair Tuke, the men's 49er crew.

Opua's Myra Larcombe was amazed to win the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Halbergs.

New seal will help lessen dust hazard

An estimated 120 truck movements a day on Wright Rd create clouds of dust like this one.

Funding for partial sealing of a Northland well known dust spot.

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