Auckland City Harbour News

Throw a BBQ, it's on the council

The grants cannot be used to purchase alcohol.

Aucklanders offered $200 grants to throw neighbourhood parties and events.

Solo show with four characters

Jacob Dale says performing solo allows him to get his energy from the audience.

Actor Jacob Dale is set to perform his own show with four entirely different characters.

Central Leader

Throw a BBQ, it's on the council

The grants cannot be used to purchase alcohol.

Aucklanders offered $200 grants to throw neighbourhood parties and events.

Solo show with four characters

Jacob Dale says performing solo allows him to get his energy from the audience.

Actor Jacob Dale is set to perform his own show with four entirely different characters.

Eastern Courier

Guitar man's power salute to heroes

Tony Painting and his band The Power are paying homage to his British rock music heroes.

Blues rocker pays ultimate tribute to British music legends.

Whanau first at Mellons Bay gallery

Colleen Margison took up the job of principal at Mellons Bay School from the beginning of this year.

It was a school's community spirit that drew its new principal into the role.

East & Bays Courier

Throw a BBQ, it's on the council

The grants cannot be used to purchase alcohol.

Aucklanders offered $200 grants to throw neighbourhood parties and events.

Solo show with four characters

Jacob Dale says performing solo allows him to get his energy from the audience.

Actor Jacob Dale is set to perform his own show with four entirely different characters.

Manukau Courier

People safe after fire video

The Fire Service said the house was well ablaze when they arrived.

Fears that people were trapped in a burning house in south Auckland have been allayed.

Sport: Bhupinder Singh leads the charge gallery

Papatoetoe player/coach Bhupinder Singh has worked wonders with his young charges.

Papatoetoe is the surprise package of Auckland club cricket's two day championship.

North Harbour News

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.

Medical research showcase shares findings

Jane Anderson, nursing programme leader; nursing tutors Lizzie Carroll-Thom, George McNally, Michael McGivern, Joanna ...

More than 40 senior nursing personnel from around Northland attended a research showcase organised by NorthTec's nursing department.

North Shore Times

Poison laid on rat-infested mountain

The pest control program on Mt Victoria in Devonport, Auckland, will now add rat bait to the existing possum and rabbit ...

"Hopefully we've been poisoning rats, but I haven't seen any dead ones or dopey ones yet," Auckland volunteer said.

Celebrate cultural sharing

The Folklore Chileno Latino will perform dances from South America at Lakeside Festival.

An influx of more cultures arriving in New Zealand is even more of a reason to share them, president of Auckland Multicultural Society Thuten Kesang says.

Nor-west News

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.

North-west travel times to to get worse with Waterview?

The Waterview connection will carry around 90,000 vehicles a day travelling to and from the Northwestern Motorway and SH20.

Increased traffic from south Auckland through the Waterview Tunnel may make north-west travel times to the city worse.

Papakura Courier

Pilot unhurt in plane crash

A pilot escaped uninjured after a top-dressing plane crashed during takeoff in South Auckland.

The pilot of a top-dressing plane escaped uninjured after a crash near Auckland.

Mihaere: Why does tragedy strike?

Peter Mihaere, CEO of Stand Against Slavery, outside the Nelson Courthouse where he observed all 31 days of New ...

While my sister and brother-in-law's grass fire was getting under control in Central Hawkes Bay, thanking God and our lucky stars, that the fire seemed to circumnavigate their house and woolshed.

Rodney Times

Award-winner hails from Red Beach

Mitchell and his team were responsible for scenes of the temple interior, King Louis' chase of Mowgli through the ...

Being named for a Hollywood award is a small dessert on top of a meal of work that took him top for Masaki Mitchell.

Are we being ripped off?

The Fuel Market Financial Performance Study aims to see if petrol companies are making super profits at the pump.

A study in the fairness of fuel prices will determine if petrol users are being ripped off at the pump.

Western Leader

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.

North-west travel times to to get worse with Waterview?

The Waterview connection will carry around 90,000 vehicles a day travelling to and from the Northwestern Motorway and SH20.

Increased traffic from south Auckland through the Waterview Tunnel may make north-west travel times to the city worse.

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

'Massive' illegal scallop haul

Two divers were caught with 565 scallops, 300 of which were undersized.

Pair face penalties after being caught with 565 scallops in Northland.

Seaweek events extended to Easter

Our seas and oceans are worthy of protection.

Northlanders keen to pick up rubbish could win a $200 barbeque as part of the numerous activities planned for Seaweek

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