Auckland City Harbour News

'Considerable concerns' at Auckland Libraries

An Auckland Libraries restructure could affect hundreds of staff across the city.

Proposed restructure at Auckland Libraries has staff worried about their jobs.

Chiefly food sent to marae

Lionel Hotene of Papatuanuku Kokiri Marae, left, with Commodore Outboard Boating Club Hobson Bay Russell Watson. The ...

A boating club has partnered with a local marae to provide food and fertiliser for the community in the form of unwanted fish parts.

Central Leader

'Considerable concerns' at Auckland Libraries

An Auckland Libraries restructure could affect hundreds of staff across the city.

Proposed restructure at Auckland Libraries has staff worried about their jobs.

No love for election promo

The Love Bus Kombi was at  the centre of Auckland Council's voter turnout campaign.

Auckland mayor takes aim at $1.2 million Auckland Council campaign featuring a Kombi van called the 'Love Bus'.

Eastern Courier

Energy levels leaping ahead

Chantelle Venter (left) trained the team with the Swiss ball and bike, which she believes will help the fun run ...

Round the Bays entrants are feeling more alive and confident after expert training sessions.

Precautions to stop thieves

Highland Park Community Constable Kevin Deng, with Sergeant Anson Lin, is providing a checklist of precautionary actions ...

ON THE BEAT: Police are still receiving "far too many reports of vehicles being broken into and valuables stolen".

East & Bays Courier

Schools out of lockdown video

Armed police went to the scene in a suburban Auckland street.

Armed police operation in Auckland finds no sign of injured woman.

'Considerable concerns' at Auckland Libraries

An Auckland Libraries restructure could affect hundreds of staff across the city.

Proposed restructure at Auckland Libraries has staff worried about their jobs.

Manukau Courier

Child unharmed after house fire video

Police and fire personal at a house fire on Olive Crescent, Papatoetoe South Auckland.

A 6-year-old child escaped without injury when a fire tore through a sleepout in south Auckland.

Dog attack father faces jail

Sentencing for Orlando Shepherd will now take place next week.

Almost three years after his dog attacked his four-year-old son, authorities seek to jail an Auckland man.

North Harbour News

Swimmable river 'caused rash'

Green party members kayak Lucas Creek as a part of raising awareness for the Swimmable Rivers campaign.

Albany's Lucas Creek is not swimmable, regardless of government guidelines, says Green Party water spokesperson Catherine Delahunty.

Foster parents keep doors open

David and Jackie say the hardest part of being a foster parent is having to say goodbye.

"If you bury your head in the sand and say 'I couldn't do it', well the children would still be out there."

North Shore Times

Swimmable river 'caused rash'

Green party members kayak Lucas Creek as a part of raising awareness for the Swimmable Rivers campaign.

Albany's Lucas Creek is not swimmable, regardless of government guidelines, says Green Party water spokesperson Catherine Delahunty.

Foster parents keep doors open

David and Jackie say the hardest part of being a foster parent is having to say goodbye.

"If you bury your head in the sand and say 'I couldn't do it', well the children would still be out there."

Nor-west News

Auckland congestion relief crawls ahead

The busy Upper Harbour Highway/Constellation Drive intersection will have 12,000 fewer cars a day with the improvements.

Consents for the $700 million Northern Corridor Improvement project on Auckland's North Shore will be decided by a Board of Inquiry.

Top five emerging for Helensville seat

Auckland Council councillor for Waitakere Linda Cooper announced she would seek the National Party's selection to stand ...

Sources say Waitakere ward councillor Linda Cooper is the only woman left in the battle for former prime minister John Key's Helensville seat.

Papakura Courier

One week till curtain call

A group of home school students will spend an intense week rehearsing for an annual drama production in February.

Pulling together a stage show in only one week has become the norm for a group of high school students.

'We love them and give them a great life'

Mangere Bridge couple Fiona and Callum McKinlay are among those being recognised during Foster Care Awareness Week.

Fiona and Callum McKinlay are opening their home as well as their hearts to children in need.

Rodney Times

Foster parents keep doors open

David and Jackie say the hardest part of being a foster parent is having to say goodbye.

"If you bury your head in the sand and say 'I couldn't do it', well the children would still be out there."

Auckland congestion relief crawls ahead

The busy Upper Harbour Highway/Constellation Drive intersection will have 12,000 fewer cars a day with the improvements.

Consents for the $700 million Northern Corridor Improvement project on Auckland's North Shore will be decided by a Board of Inquiry.

Western Leader

Hayden Smith cleans up at awards night

The Sea Cleaners Trust are pulling out 18 cubic meters of rubbish a day out of our waterways.

The Sea Cleaners Trust are pulling out about 90 wheelbarrow loads of rubbish a day out of our waterways.

Taika's top honour video

Film maker Taika Waititi has been named the New Zealander of the Year.

The director, actor and comic represents the best we can be: "Creative, courageous, audacious, subversive and downright funny."

Waiheke marketplace

Let the games begin

The ‘sexiest sport on earth’ is coming to one of the 'fifth best destinations in the world'.

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

Northland

Woman alleges cop sexts

The woman is adamant she has never said anything to make the officer think she might be interested.

He allegedly ignored her requests to stop, asking: "Have you had sex in a police car?"

Police guard Whangarei

Police tape surrounds a property at the centre of a shooting on Clark Rd in Whangarei on Wednesday night.

An overt police presence will continue into the weekend after five people were shot on Wednesday.

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