Auckland City Harbour News

SkyPath heads to court

The SkyPath Trust was hoping to have the SkyPath built in late 2016 but three groups have lodged an Environment Court appeal.

The debate over the controversial Auckland Harbour Bridge SkyPath is heading to court.

Designers' poster purrfection

Graphic designers Alice Murray and Jared McDowell have designed their own missing cat posters to help cat-owners find their feline friends

Two young graphic designers are giving missing pet posters a makeover in order to help cat owners find their feline friends.

Central Leader

Indie duo crack Silver Scroll top 20

Songwriter Anji Sami and producer Jeremy Toy in their studio.

Two indie-rock songwriters have landed a spot in the Silver Scroll Top 20 - New Zealand's most prestigious music awards.

Man stabbed in Auckland

A man was stabbed in central Auckland on Monday evening.

A man has been stabbed during a dispute in an inner city Auckland apartment.

Eastern Courier

Feathered fanfare gallery

One of Nikki and Janaya Randell's many budgies.

Pupil bashed in road rage attack

The car's headlight's and indicators were damaged in the attack, the teenaged victim said.

A machete-wielding attacker beat up a pupil outside a school during a violent road rage attack.

East & Bays Courier

Designers' poster purrfection

Graphic designers Alice Murray and Jared McDowell have designed their own missing cat posters to help cat-owners find their feline friends

Two young graphic designers are giving missing pet posters a makeover in order to help cat owners find their feline friends.

Help build homes for Nepal

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand global village co-ordinator Kosala Krishnan.

Habitat for Humanity worker Kosala Krishnan says building houses in Nepal is about much more than just putting a roof over people's heads.

Manukau Courier

SPORT: Papakura City ready for Papatoetoe gallery

Papatoetoe AFC's new signing Iwa Shaker is a player Papakura City will mark closely.

 Papatoetoe AFC are rubbing their hands together in anticipation of taking on top-of-the-table Papakura City.

SPORT: Rangers in high scoring draw against Conifer Grove

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Papatoetoe Rangers and Manurewa Rugby Gold headline round three of the Regional Premier Netball League on July 31.

North Harbour News

Massey take back the cup

The victorious Massey premiers and supporters hoist their prize.

The ASB Cup is back in the hands of the Massey Rugby Club premiers.

The bubble is her tenpin bowling secret

Cushla Burns practices at Pins Lincoln Rd as she prepares for the 2015 World Seniors Championships bowling tournament in Las Vegas.

Cushla Burns is the country's top senior tenpin bowler. She talks to reporter Akuino Olaaiga about the game and how she casually started 20 years ago as part of a social work team.

North Shore Times

Kea cleared for duty

The March collision between ferry and terminal left a gaping hole in Kea's starboard bow.

An Auckland passenger ferry is back on the water after a wharf collision left it out of service for five months.

Call for toll referendum

Central government's position remains unclear on Auckland transport funding, mayor Len Brown says.

Cautious support and skepticism have greeted renewed calls for an Auckland-wide referendum on motorway tolling.

Nor-west News

WDHB fundraising arm celebrates first birthday

From left: Waitemata DHB Chief Medical Officer Dr Andrew Brant, Well Foundation CEO Andrew Young and Waitemata DHB Chief Executive Dr Dale Bramley celebrate the foundation's 1st birthday.

Remote and poorer suburbs from west Auckland to Helensville and Kaukapakapa will benefit from a planned new mobile health service initiative.

Two trucks collide near Kumeu

A two-truck crash has closed parts of SH16 in Kumeu.

Two trucks have collided north of Auckland, blocking State Highway 16.

Papakura Courier

SPORT: Sea Eagles could be their own worst enemies

Coach Richie Blackmore is urging the Sea Eagles to focus ahead of the last three games of the season.

The biggest threat facing the Papakura Sea Eagles against the struggling Northcote Tigers will be themselves.

SPORT: Papakura City ready for Papatoetoe gallery

Papatoetoe AFC's new signing Iwa Shaker is a player Papakura City will mark closely.

 Papatoetoe AFC are rubbing their hands together in anticipation of taking on top-of-the-table Papakura City.

Rodney Times

Baking challenge for keen cook

Allie Birt of Stanmore Bay is going to bake 365 recipes in 365 days and has added a Jelly Tip cheesecake to her list.

The 23-year-old Stanmore Bay mother of one is taking on a challenge that would intimidate any keen cook – 365 different recipes in 365 days.

Body found beneath lookout

Police have cordoned off the northern end of Orewa beach while investigating the discovery of a body.

Police are investigating the discovery of a body below cliffs at Orewa beach.

Western Leader

Massey take back the cup

The victorious Massey premiers and supporters hoist their prize.

The ASB Cup is back in the hands of the Massey Rugby Club premiers.

The bubble is her tenpin bowling secret

Cushla Burns practices at Pins Lincoln Rd as she prepares for the 2015 World Seniors Championships bowling tournament in Las Vegas.

Cushla Burns is the country's top senior tenpin bowler. She talks to reporter Akuino Olaaiga about the game and how she casually started 20 years ago as part of a social work team.

Waiheke marketplace

Meter price proposal under scrutiny

Herb Romaniuk says "legibility" is being given as a reason by Auckland Transport for changing the prices of spaces in Matiatia's two sealed carparks.

Waiheke Ferry Users Group member Herb Romaniuk is questioning the logic of Auckland Transport's parking charges proposal.

Rams' dream run continues with yet another win

The Waiheke Rams continue to bring the hammer down on all their opponents.

With their latest win against the Glenora Bears, the Waiheke Rams go from strength to strength this season.

Northland

Boxing boy hits the big time

Kyle Chen says boxing will always be a part of his life.

Believing you can win is the key to knocking out the world championships says a young Far North boxer.

Dargaville ranger battling Canada's wildfires.

Diane Sanderson is the logistics manager for the Kiwi team  fighting wildfires  in Canada.

A Dargaville woman is among two Northland firefighters in Canada

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