Auckland City Harbour News

Search for 'angel from above' video

Sio, right, and Caroliah Vaigafa said they want to meet the mystery hero from Mission Bay to thank him in person.

Where is the mystery man who saved the 5-year-old girl's life on an Auckland beach?

Kiwi's Bowie tribute a hit

Auckland artist Owen Dippie's stunning mural tribute to the late David Bowie is painted on the side of Wollongong Central , a shopping centre in Wollongong Australia.

A Kiwi artist's painted tribute to David Bowie has been a hit with fans around the world.

Central Leader

Long jumper looks to break eight metres

Matthew Wyatt will be attempting to soar for the eight metre mark in the build up to Rio 2016.

Matthew Wyatt is working towards making Rio 2016. But first he'll have to go above and beyond his personal best.

Search for 'angel from above' video

Sio, right, and Caroliah Vaigafa said they want to meet the mystery hero from Mission Bay to thank him in person.

Where is the mystery man who saved the 5-year-old girl's life on an Auckland beach?

Eastern Courier

Ironman test in Taupo gallery

Quentin Fogarty during the cycle leg of the 2015 Ironman World Championship in Hawaii.

Ironman New Zealand is a true test of mental will and determination, but for many athletes it is the pinnacle of their year.

Residents and ratepayers association advocates on Unitary Plan

Laurie Slee of the Cockle Bay Residents and Ratepayers Association

The fight to maintain the character of Howick continues for two residents and ratepayers associations.

East & Bays Courier

Lost bag returned to thankful owner

Someone handed in David Roberton's bag after he misplaced it at Eastridge Shopping Centre.

A St Heliers resident would like to thank the Good Samaritan who handed in his lost bag.

Search for 'angel from above' video

Sio, right, and Caroliah Vaigafa said they want to meet the mystery hero from Mission Bay to thank him in person.

Where is the mystery man who saved the 5-year-old girl's life on an Auckland beach?

Manukau Courier

Legal experts help jailed mums

Prominent lawyer Stacey Shortall is helping incarcerated mums improve their relationships with their children.

Women behind bars are receiving valuable support from some of the country's top legal minds.

Fruit freedom: No further flies found

A single male Tau fly was found in a trap on January 22.

It's now safe to move fruits and vegetables in and out of Manurewa.

North Harbour News

Mum's battle lost

The Gunston's will treasure this family potrait forever. Amy Gunston, left, died from cancer in January. She is pictured with her husband Gavin and two children Bella, now 5, and Benji, now one-year-old.

Amy Gunston, who found out she had cancer while pregnant with her second-born, has died.

Sophia is ready for school

Sophia Shore, 5, is gearing up to start school at Colwill School.

It's school time for Sophia Shore who started at Colwill School this week.

North Shore Times

Guilty plea to ferry incident charges

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Auckland's largest ferry operator could face a $250,000 fine following a guilty plea in court.

Accused named in car attack

Police and crash scene investigators on Salisbury Street in Birkdale after the January incident.

A woman charged for an attack in which another woman was pinned against a tree by a car can now be named.

Nor-west News

Rainbow athletes Proud to Play

Proud to Play NZ organiser Craig Watson is excited for the start of the sports tournament, which will have events across Auckland including at West Wave Pool and Leisure Centre.

A new sports tournament aims to promote inclusion for all, regardless of gender identity or sexuality.

Accident hotspot under fire

A serious crash on accident hotspot State Highway 16.

Accident hotspot State Highway 16 is under fire.

Papakura Courier

Feeling younger in just one week

Victor and Norma Schwenke say they're feeling more energetic thanks to exercising in the great outdoors and Norma says she feels younger already.

Victor and Norma Schwenke have survived their first week of training for Ports of Auckland Round the Bays.

Offenders get stuck into community work

Offenders completed more than 2.1 million hours of labour in 2015.

Rodney Times

Cow tramples woman

A Rodney woman has been trampled by a cow.

Auckland woman is in hospital after her cow knocked her over and stepped on her.

Boy, 8, saves mum's life

Mylo, 8 (left) has been praised for saving his mother then comforting his younger brother, Leo, 4 (right).

A mother says her son is chuffed with the attention that's come after he helped save her life.

Western Leader

Mum's battle lost

The Gunston's will treasure this family potrait forever. Amy Gunston, left, died from cancer in January. She is pictured with her husband Gavin and two children Bella, now 5, and Benji, now one-year-old.

Amy Gunston, who found out she had cancer while pregnant with her second-born, has died.

Hundreds of calls about cold case

Tracey Ann Patient was killed 40 years ago in the Waitakere Ranges, her murder has never been solved.

The public has made hundreds of calls to police with information about the 40-year-old Tracey Ann Patient cold case.

Waiheke marketplace

Get in quick for concert series

Australia's Got Talent finalist Liam Burrows will be in concert at Artworks Theatre on Waiheke Island on March 25.

Waiheke International Jazz Festival concert series seats are limited so people should act fast to avoid disappointment.

Accolades for Waiheke businessman

Businessman and conservationist Rob Fenwick is one of three Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year finalists.

Businessman and conservationist Rob Fenwick is one of just three Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year finalists, chosen from 330 nominations.

Northland

Rebellious 'Big Dig' remembered

Noel Cullen, one of the three initiators of the reopening of the harbour with Phil Dreardon, who owned several machines operating on the first day of the Big Dig.

Reminiscing on Mangawhai's infamous act of rebellion.

Country school has bright future

New principal Sonia Simeon, centre, and Kaihu Valley School staff members Robyn Diamond and Cindy Rogers mingle with some of the school's pupils.

The new principal of Kaihu Valley School is bringing a colourful new vision to the school.

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