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Chinese tourist contacts family

Ling Fang Mai, 42, has been missing since Wednesday.

Chinese tourist who went missing after leaving her Auckland hotel room on Wednesday has contacted family in China.

Team Brexit on home straight

This Sunday Team Brexit will take on Round the Bays.

Things were looking good for Team Brexit until the final weeks of training almost overcame them.

Central Leader

Auckland Transport crosses the line

This Auckland Transport car breaks the road rules by parking on a broken yellow line, which the council controlled ...

An Auckland Transport car has been snapped parking on a yellow line. So who pays the $60 fine?

Chinese tourist contacts family

Ling Fang Mai, 42, has been missing since Wednesday.

Chinese tourist who went missing after leaving her Auckland hotel room on Wednesday has contacted family in China.

Eastern Courier

Community stars go on parade gallery

Botany Community Day organisers Pastor Mark van Wijk of Botany Life Community Church and Senior Constable Garry Boles.

It's a day like no other at Botany Town Centre, when locals turn out to be informed by community groups.

Midnight mischief in the forest gallery

Cast members in character for the Howick Children's and Youth Theatre's new production, Patch.

A children's and youth theatre's newest production is a fairy tale with a bit of a twist.

East & Bays Courier

Girl, 11, grabbed by man

The man had been following the girl down St Heliers Bay Road for about 200m before he attempted to grab her.

The Auckland school girl was grabbed from behind. But she managed to break free.

Auckland Transport crosses the line

This Auckland Transport car breaks the road rules by parking on a broken yellow line, which the council controlled ...

An Auckland Transport car has been snapped parking on a yellow line. So who pays the $60 fine?

Manukau Courier

'My 7m T-Rex was on fire' video

All that's left of Steve Baigent's shed.

"Seconds" is all Steve Baigent had when his shed was engulfed in flames around him.

Two men hurt in blaze video

Firefighters douse a shed fire that resulted in a man being hospitalised with burns to his arm.

Black smoke was billowing 10 metres or more into the air from South Auckland shed fire - now extinguished.

North Harbour News

Local board ambitions for Shore gallery video

Medieval stocks in the Robin Hood-themed playground at Sherwood Reserve in Browns Bay.

Accommodating growth, protecting the environment and improving transparency are key goals for the North Shore's local boards.

Proposed pony club relocation upsets

Rosedale Pony Club has been at the current site for 35 years.

An established pony club may be relocated - a proposal which has 'horrified' a former member.

North Shore Times

Local board ambitions for Shore gallery video

Medieval stocks in the Robin Hood-themed playground at Sherwood Reserve in Browns Bay.

Accommodating growth, protecting the environment and improving transparency are key goals for the North Shore's local boards.

Project across the world and out of this world

Students Leyi Shen, Breanna Keating, Xingyue Zhu, Zili Lu, Syndie Johnson and Hannah Hardy work together on a project at ...

Pupils have teamed up with students from China to solve the problem of how to feed astronauts in space.

Nor-west News

Welcome to Kaukapakapa

The Kaukapakapa entry sign on Kahikatea Flats Rd.

A project more than five years in the making has finally started.

Big crowds for a tiny house

Delai Inia, CJ Inia and Lolo Inia at Westgate Mitre 10 for the tiny house event with UK architect George Clarke.

Fans waited eagerly to meet UK TV architect George Clarke at his recent visit to Mitre 10.

Papakura Courier

'My 7m T-Rex was on fire' video

All that's left of Steve Baigent's shed.

"Seconds" is all Steve Baigent had when his shed was engulfed in flames around him.

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.

Rodney Times

Being a rescue helicopter crewman

A quick rescue can often mean be the difference between life and death or massively increased recovery times Mark ...

"It's not till you get back and are having a cup of tea that you go that was quite a big, high impacting job," Mark says.

Lake lawnmowers cutting loose

The southern part of Maygrove Lake is full of weed.

One end of an Orewa pond is clear, the other clogged with weeds.

Western Leader

Big crowds for a tiny house

Delai Inia, CJ Inia and Lolo Inia at Westgate Mitre 10 for the tiny house event with UK architect George Clarke.

Fans waited eagerly to meet UK TV architect George Clarke at his recent visit to Mitre 10.

'These are not normal people'

The boarding house has a two-story dwelling hidden behind.

Tenants of a west Auckland boarding house have residents on the street living in fear.

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

Being a rescue helicopter crewman

A quick rescue can often mean be the difference between life and death or massively increased recovery times Mark ...

"It's not till you get back and are having a cup of tea that you go that was quite a big, high impacting job," Mark says.

Erosion-controlling poplars, willows available

Poplars soaking in a drain before planting. (File photo)

Hill country farmers can get free poplar poles to help slow erosion.

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