Auckland City Harbour News

Wynyard Quarter turns 5

North Wharf has transformed with Silo Park now a popular spot for Aucklanders and tourists.

Auckland's waterfront has transformed to a bustling space in the last five years.

Pedal power for police video

Constables Cole Edwards, left, and police newbie Joseph Daly on the beat on the Auckland waterfront.

Some Auckland cops have ditched their police cars for bikes as they target inner city crime.

Central Leader

Wynyard Quarter turns 5

North Wharf has transformed with Silo Park now a popular spot for Aucklanders and tourists.

Auckland's waterfront has transformed to a bustling space in the last five years.

Pt Chev Pirates preparing to defend ttitle

Pirates' Arden McCarthy gets the better of the Hornets' defence.

The Fox Memorial Shield defending champions are shaping up well for the do-or-die weeks of the season.

Eastern Courier

Inside the cauldron of Trump's confirmation

Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross (left) and Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller at the Republican Party conference in Cleveland, Ohio, ...

Only a handful of Kiwis had ringside seats at one of the world's most viewed news events last week. Amongst the New Zealanders at the Republican National Congress in the United States to see Donald Trump become the political party's presidential candidate for the November election was Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross. 

East Aucklander chosen as peace ambassador

Find Her Smile founders Danielle Zondervan and Dean Lovell-Shippey. Shippey has been chosen as an ambassador of the ...

Find Her Smile (FHS) founder Dean Lovell-Shippey has a new and exciting role to play. The young East Auckland man from the anti-child sex trafficking organisation FHS has been chosen as one of two ambassadors for the upcoming Peace Foundation Schools' Peace Week.

East & Bays Courier

Wynyard Quarter turns 5

North Wharf has transformed with Silo Park now a popular spot for Aucklanders and tourists.

Auckland's waterfront has transformed to a bustling space in the last five years.

One Tree Hill teacher bound for Rio

Christine McKnight will head to the Rio 2016 Paralympic games as a tennis official.

Christine McKnight is set to umpire on the tennis courts of the Rio Paralympics in September.

Manukau Courier

Blaring sirens trend takes off

The Farm Boyz Sirenz pictured on the street in early 2016.

Police are investigating youth and thefts of loudspeakers in Auckland. But their powers are limited in terms of music battle meet-ups.

Security breach at airport

A Jetstar flight was offloaded at Auckland Airport shortly after 2pm on Tuesday.

Passenger went the wrong way through an exit gate, sparking closures at domestic terminal.

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 are being told they 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

Random kindness for Cerebral Palsy

Alex Mullin (left) and Sarah Freeman who will be cycling the length of New Zealand to raise money for Oscar Cakebread's ...

Four Auckland women are cycling NZ to raise money for a boy they've never met with Cerebral Palsy.

Pupils still turning trash to fashion

Pinehill School year 4 pupils spent a term designing and creating super hero and nature costumes for their Trash to ...

A primary school teacher is hoping to add a touch of creativity to her students' curriculum by organising a fashion event.

Nor-west News

Fun game, strange name

Members of the Rotorua Pickleball Club show Kumeu players how it's done.

Have you heard of Pickleball? The fun game with the strange name was launched in New Zealand a year ago and has now come to the north west at the Kumeu Racquets Club.

Residents urged to get involved

Members of the Riverhead Beautification Society say working with Milenko Matanovic was inspiring.

It is hoped to build a growing network of people keen to be involved in further projects.

Papakura Courier

Blaring sirens trend takes off

The Farm Boyz Sirenz pictured on the street in early 2016.

Police are investigating youth and thefts of loudspeakers in Auckland. But their powers are limited in terms of music battle meet-ups.

Dogs in dire need of kennels

Plastic kennels in working order (like the one pictured) are ideal for Inspectors to transport and set up.

With the wet weather that Auckland is currently experiencing, it is very important that dogs have adequate shelter when they are outdoors.

Rodney Times

Bend it like Bel

Bel van Noorden faces a slide tackle by Catherine Pretty.

After snapping the ACL tendon in her knee during a match, soccer star Bel has won a scholarship to the US.

Multi-million dollar revamp at club

Artist impression of what the new Orewa Surf Club will look like.

A multi million dollar revamp of the Orewa Surf Lifesaving Club is a step closer.

Western Leader

Celebrating the west Auckland story

Producer and director John Barnett was recently honoured for his contribution to west Auckland.

Renowned producer, director and former head of South Pacific Pictures John Barnett has been inducted into the BNZ West Auckland Business Hall of Fame.  

Do you know where this man is?

Alaric Eccleston, 30, is wanted by police. He has multiple warrants out for his arrest and should not be approached.

Police said he cut off his home detention bracelet and has gone on the run.

Waiheke marketplace

Wild weather sinks home

By the time the Andersons found out what had happened early the next morning, there was little left.

The Andersons renovated a boat to live aboard with their young family, but now that dream is in pieces.

Wild weather sinks home

By the time the Andersons found out what had happened early the next morning, there was little left.

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

Northland

Swamp kauri duel continues

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Lawyers say systemic failings mean the MPI is allowing excavated ancient timber- disguised as finished products - be exported.

Checker of the Year

Harlen Paraone (Pak'n'Save, Whangarei), Stephanie Turner (New World, Onerahi) and Shanay Howard (Pak'n'Save, Kaitaia) ...

Locals shine on Checker of the Year competition.

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