Auckland City Harbour News

Mourning, one pet at a time

Qualified pet chaplain Susan Leaver offers services and counselling for people who have lost their pets.

Susan Leaver is a qualified pet chaplain who offers funeral-like services and counselling for those who have lost a beloved pet.

Bringing back the weekend

Youth worker Nicole Stormer is starting up a free tutoring program for high school students.

A new tutoring program is ready to help students along the road to success.

Central Leader

Mourning, one pet at a time

Qualified pet chaplain Susan Leaver offers services and counselling for people who have lost their pets.

Susan Leaver is a qualified pet chaplain who offers funeral-like services and counselling for those who have lost a beloved pet.

Bringing back the weekend

Youth worker Nicole Stormer is starting up a free tutoring program for high school students.

A new tutoring program is ready to help students along the road to success.

Eastern Courier

Serving the nation is in his blood

Ted Collett's proud of his contribution of 100 pints to the NZ Blood Service over half a century.

Ted Collett's just brought up a major milestone he's very proud of – the 100th pint of blood has flowed from his veins into the NZ Blood Service.

Loving homes needed for shelter dogs gallery

Ruby mixes well with other dogs, but has never been around cats.

 Eighteen-month-old Ruby is one of 50 dogs up for adoption as part of SPCA Auckland's half-price adoption drive.

East & Bays Courier

Mourning, one pet at a time

Qualified pet chaplain Susan Leaver offers services and counselling for people who have lost their pets.

Susan Leaver is a qualified pet chaplain who offers funeral-like services and counselling for those who have lost a beloved pet.

Jamie McDell's plastic bag mission

Jamie McDell with a Boomerang Bag

The Kiwi singer-songwriter is putting on a free concert to help save our oceans

Manukau Courier

Soul sisters stepping up

From left, Sources of Unconditional Love charitable trust South Auckland members Lahronda Liugalua and Yukta Verma, and ...

Julie Bartlett is the worst enemy of discrimination wherever she finds it.

Youth go outdoors with Geoff

Geoff Thomas, right, shows off the strength of his new fishing rod to fellow HARK partner Mike Turinsky of the Young ...

A new initiative hopes to see at-risk youngsters benefit from experiencing the great outdoors, even going fishing to catch dinner for their families.

North Harbour News

'No clarity' over possible dog ban

Walking on the Te Atatu Walkway, from left: Nellie Venter, 12, with her dog Misha and Harrison Chatfield, 4, with golden ...

Dog owners on the Te Atatu Peninsula will be relieved to hear they largely have the wrong end of the stick.

New community patrol for Massey

Massey Community Patrol (from right) Jim Brown, John van Erp, Ria van Erp, Geoff Austin, Des Rankin, Massey Patrol ...

Community members are "extra eyes and ears" on the ground.

North Shore Times

Pocket public land sold off

The council-owned pocket of land on Lake Rd in Hauraki, approved for sale by the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board.

Contentious disposal of public open space land to meet $45 million Auckland Council budget.

$60K bike shed gone by lunch gallery

The Birkenhead wharf bus shed in the process of being relocated by Auckland Transport.

A $60,000 bike shed at Birkenhead wharf on Auckland's North Shore has been removed by Auckland Transport after just three years.

Nor-west News

Ready for a right royal dance off

Elise Samuels of RFV Mega Crew is happy to spend her time at the studio.

The World International Hip Hop Dance Championships is one of the world's biggest dance competitions with over three thousand participants, from 46 countries.

Dusting off the past

Tyl van Randow's memoir 'Red Dust Over Shanghai' details his extraordinary childhood.

World War II is in progress, in 1945 Germany collapses and three months later Japan surrenders, von Randow's family is directly affected.

Papakura Courier

Soul sisters stepping up

From left, Sources of Unconditional Love charitable trust South Auckland members Lahronda Liugalua and Yukta Verma, and ...

Julie Bartlett is the worst enemy of discrimination wherever she finds it.

Youth go outdoors with Geoff

Geoff Thomas, right, shows off the strength of his new fishing rod to fellow HARK partner Mike Turinsky of the Young ...

A new initiative hopes to see at-risk youngsters benefit from experiencing the great outdoors, even going fishing to catch dinner for their families.

Rodney Times

Nautilus takes over library park

Nautilus in Orewa needs extensive repair work.

Around 6000 weekly Orewa library users will need to find a new place to park.

Cops search for swimmer

A man was reported missing at Orewa Beach.

An hour-long mid-winter swim caused concern for police.

Western Leader

'No clarity' over possible dog ban

Walking on the Te Atatu Walkway, from left: Nellie Venter, 12, with her dog Misha and Harrison Chatfield, 4, with golden ...

Dog owners on the Te Atatu Peninsula will be relieved to hear they largely have the wrong end of the stick.

Dry cleaning not just blowing air

Vandana and Anant Jawalkar, in their business Glen Eden Drycleaners in Glen Eden, west Auckland.

Anant Jawalkar, 62, runs Glen Eden Drycleaners with his wife Vandana. Reporter Simon Smith asks him about the ins and outs of dry cleaning.

Waiheke marketplace

Wild weather sinks home

Kylie and Gavin Anderson hold youngest child, 18-month old daughter Ari, as they stand on Rocky Bay beach.

The Andersons renovated a boat to live aboard with their young family but now that dream has gone.

Carter thrills Waiheke Island video

Dan Carter takes seven and eight-year-old rugby players through their paces on Waiheke Island.

People of all ages queued up to meet the former All Black when he visited a high school.

Northland

Court battle over precious kauri

08102015 news photo supplied by Northland Environmental Protection Society. A huge kauri at a log extraction site west ...

Exporters are flouting the rules to ship "the world's most valuable timber" out of NZ, the High Court at Auckland has heard.

No answers for Atreyu

Jessica Taylor with her son Atreyu, who died in 2013.

He was only one year old. There were only two other people home. The question remains: Who killed Atreyu?

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