Auckland City Harbour News

Comedian follows in Clarke's footsteps

Comedian Rhys Mathewson says he has learned to "harness" the anxieties of being a comedian.

At just 26 it's still early days for comedian Rhys Mathewson.

Black Stacks on a high

Ashley Foster from the Black Stacks returned from the 2017 World Sport Stacking Championships in Taiwan with a fifth ...

New Zealand's cup stacking team has had a successful trip to the world champs in Taiwan.

Central Leader

Comedian follows in Clarke's footsteps

Comedian Rhys Mathewson says he has learned to "harness" the anxieties of being a comedian.

At just 26 it's still early days for comedian Rhys Mathewson.

Black Stacks on a high

Ashley Foster from the Black Stacks returned from the 2017 World Sport Stacking Championships in Taiwan with a fifth ...

New Zealand's cup stacking team has had a successful trip to the world champs in Taiwan.

Eastern Courier

Following in footsteps of famous film-makers gallery

Barrie Osborne, the producer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, likes Joshua Sheehan's attitude to working in the film ...

His career in film may have started at the bottom, but at just 18, Joshua Sheehan has sights set on international accreditation.

They sacrificed all for our freedom

Howick College student Emily Bennett (left), with Amber Vodanovich of Somerville Intermediate School, made speeches at ...

Emily Bennett, 14, of Howick College, delivered a thought-provoking speech at the Anzac Day civic ceremony on Howick's Stockade Hill.

East & Bays Courier

Comedian follows in Clarke's footsteps

Comedian Rhys Mathewson says he has learned to "harness" the anxieties of being a comedian.

At just 26 it's still early days for comedian Rhys Mathewson.

Black Stacks on a high

Ashley Foster from the Black Stacks returned from the 2017 World Sport Stacking Championships in Taiwan with a fifth ...

New Zealand's cup stacking team has had a successful trip to the world champs in Taiwan.

Manukau Courier

Body found in water

The body was found in the Manukau Harbour on Wednesday afternoon.

Three boys fishing in Auckland's Manukau Harbour dragged the man's body to shore.

Tenancy Truths: Family flees state house

The hot water cylinder leaks and has caused water damage to the property as well as mould to grow on the walls.

Raewyn Seamer has had enough of the dampness, cold, cockroaches, and rats.

North Harbour News

Hobsonville's new $300m development

Impression of the extrerior of Hobson Quarter housing.

The first of 39 new homes for the developing area are scheduled for completion by 2018.

Getting To Work: West Harbour ferry

A service that would get to West Harbour in time for school pick-up has been suggested.

The second in our series on how North Harbour News readers get to work.

North Shore Times

The fight for the 'wilderness'

An artistic impression of development at Okura. With light green stripes to be housing and surrounding darker greens to ...

Residents of a coastal village, where 750 houses are proposed, are up for a fight.

Volunteers squat to protest rent

Volunteers out front of the old Devonport council building they are squatting in, from left: Rebecca McMillan, Michael ...

“We took the bull by the horns” - volunteers squatting in Auckland Council building to provide World Masters Games information centre.

Nor-west News

Elected officials on their bikes

Rodney Local Board 'Chair Leader' Beth Houlbrooke, with gold medal winner and board member Alison Roe and councillor ...

Allison Roe swapped running shoes for bike pedals and claimed gold at the World Masters Games.

Getting To Work: West Harbour ferry

A service that would get to West Harbour in time for school pick-up has been suggested.

The second in our series on how North Harbour News readers get to work.

Papakura Courier

Jackson: War has ongoing impact on Maori

The 28th Maori Battalion in Egypt during World War II. Members were from Te Tau Ihu (the top of the South Island).

OPINION: I find it difficult to not be frustrated, disappointed and a little angry every year when ANZAC Day comes along.

Mad Butcher: Proud to be a Kiwi

David Fusitua celebrates with his teammates after scoring a try during the round eight NRL match between the Melbourne ...

Anzac Day made me so proud to be a Kiwi, watching all those people turn out to honour our servicemen and women.

Rodney Times

The fight for the 'wilderness'

An artistic impression of development at Okura. With light green stripes to be housing and surrounding darker greens to ...

Residents of a coastal village, where 750 houses are proposed, are up for a fight.

Mitchell steps up

Land information minister, Rodney MP Mark Mitchell, has given up his other portfolio, statistics, and received a big ...

Rodney MP Mark Mitchell has been promoted to Cabinet following the resignation of Hekia Parata and Murray McCully

Western Leader

Waterwheel no longer turns

Trevor Pollard says he is devastated that the water wheel is not working as he has spent eight years keeping it going.

The waterwheel may end up being a feature on the lawn, Trevor Pollard said.

A tasty RSA fundraiser

Max, 7, and Lila Harris, 5, outside their Anzac Day food stall.

West Auckland kids sell home-made lemonade and Anzac bikkies, to raise money for the RSA.

Waiheke marketplace

Disappointing summer affects olive yields

Yields are down this year across the country.

There's lean pickings in the Bay of Plenty as storms reduce yield by 90 percent.

Storm set to disrupt Auckland traffic

Localised downpours across Auckland were causing surface flooding.

Aucklanders have been warned the region could experience "extreme" weather conditions on Thursday.

Northland

Crash after crash

The first crash happened on State Highway One at Brynderwyn, south of Whangarei.

SH1 was closed by a truck crash at Brynderwyn, Northland, then another crash closed the detour road.

Senior tennis competition comes to Northland

The Northland women's 60+ team of Mary Anne Rogers, Janet Agnew, Carol Crawley, Raewyn Heywood and Judy Hill finished ...

Northland's senior tennis players tested their skills against the best in their own backyard.

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