Auckland City Harbour News

Blind dog caregivers wanted

Around 17 puppies from the Blind Foundation are needing temporary homes from 12 to 18 months.

The Blind Foundation is looking for Auckland homes to temporarily house potential guide dogs.

Women wanted for menopause study

Postgraduate students from left, Jenna Houston-Tupou, Joshua Wong and Mandy Lardenoye hope to present the results of the ...

A group of experts need volunteers for a study about the effects of exercise on menopause.

Central Leader

Love letter to Onehunga

Another day out fishing off the Old Mangere Bridge, another empty bucket.

It helps to have a people-mover in Onehunga: the two-tone Toyota Ipsum (1995-2001 models only, please) is de rigueur.

Blind dog caregivers wanted

Around 17 puppies from the Blind Foundation are needing temporary homes from 12 to 18 months.

The Blind Foundation is looking for Auckland homes to temporarily house potential guide dogs.

Eastern Courier

Following in footsteps of famous film-makers gallery

Barrie Osborne, the producer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, likes Joshua Sheehan's attitude to working in the film ...

His career in film may have started at the bottom, but at just 18, Joshua Sheehan has sights set on international accreditation.

They sacrificed all for our freedom

Howick College student Emily Bennett (left), with Amber Vodanovich of Somerville Intermediate School, made speeches at ...

Emily Bennett, 14, of Howick College, delivered a thought-provoking speech at the Anzac Day civic ceremony on Howick's Stockade Hill.

East & Bays Courier

Blind dog caregivers wanted

Around 17 puppies from the Blind Foundation are needing temporary homes from 12 to 18 months.

The Blind Foundation is looking for Auckland homes to temporarily house potential guide dogs.

Women wanted for menopause study

Postgraduate students from left, Jenna Houston-Tupou, Joshua Wong and Mandy Lardenoye hope to present the results of the ...

A group of experts need volunteers for a study about the effects of exercise on menopause.

Manukau Courier

Love letter to Papatoetoe stuff nation

Little known fact - Auckland mayor Phil Goff bought his first home in Papatoetoe, in Wilmay Ave in the 1970s.

A place where simply driving down its 'best street' just makes you feel happy.

Man injured riding train

The man suffered life-threatening injuries after an incident at the Puhinui Train Station (file photo).

How did a "significantly" injured man on a train in south Auckland come to be on board?

North Harbour News

Hobsonville's new development

Impression of the extrerior of Hobson Quarter housing.

The first of 39 new homes for the developing area are scheduled for completion by 2018.

Getting To Work: West Harbour ferry

A service that would get to West Harbour in time for school pick-up has been suggested.

The second in our series on how North Harbour News readers get to work.

North Shore Times

Fair pay further from reach

Education support workers in early childhood education could have a claim that they are underpaid because their ...

NZEI union says the new Pay Equity Bill will make it harder, not easier, to reduce the gender pay gap.

Bowling club and RSA confirm merger support

The East Coast Bays RSA has been conditionally sold to Browns Bay Medical Centre.

A local RSA and bowling club are looking at a future together following general meetings at each of the clubs.

Nor-west News

Confidence through horses

Glen Eden resident Ellie Hancock says Equine Reflections is a long term dream to put together and "it's finally clicked".

They hoped to help all types of people but at risk youth was what they would work towards.

Elected officials on their bikes

Rodney Local Board 'Chair Leader' Beth Houlbrooke, with gold medal winner and board member Alison Roe and councillor ...

Allison Roe swapped running shoes for bike pedals and claimed gold at the World Masters Games.

Papakura Courier

Two injured in Auckland stabbing

St John Ambulance rushed the two injured people to Middlemore Hospital.

Man seriously hurt and woman with moderate injuries following Papakura incident.

Jackson: War has ongoing impact on Maori

The 28th Maori Battalion in Egypt during World War II. Members were from Te Tau Ihu (the top of the South Island).

OPINION: I find it difficult to not be frustrated, disappointed and a little angry every year when ANZAC Day comes along.

Rodney Times

Southern lights anniversary treat

The aurora as captured by Alistair Bain.

The trip of a lifetime got even better when the heavens put on a thrilling display.

Little spotted kiwi returning to Auckland

Zealandia Reserve in Wellington had the only mainland population of little spotted kiwi.

They haven't run wild in Auckland for well over 140 years, but spotted kiwi will soon released at Shakespear Open Sanctuary.

Western Leader

'Still numb and disbelieving'

Massey High School supplied this picture of Keenan Matthes, who died after being hit by a train on April 20.

School to hold celebration for star pupil tragically killed by a train while out running.

Love letter to Western Springs

Western Springs, known best by many as a music venue.

Western Springs, is a bit of a mish-mash. In a good way.

Waiheke marketplace

Disappointing summer affects olive yields

Yields are down this year across the country.

There's lean pickings in the Bay of Plenty as storms reduce yield by 90 percent.

Storm set to disrupt Auckland traffic

Localised downpours across Auckland were causing surface flooding.

Aucklanders have been warned the region could experience "extreme" weather conditions on Thursday.

Northland

A man of steel (and iron)

Glen O'Neill makes masterpieces from wrought iron and steel in his North Canterbury workshop.

Probe into cop sex abuse claims

Police confirmed the officer faced a criminal investigation, but would not say whether he had been stood down.

Criminal investigation into woman's claims she was sexually abused by a senior policeman.

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