Auckland City Harbour News

SkyPath gets tick

It's proposed a public-private partnership will build the SkyPath walking and cycling route across the Harbour Bridge.

A walking and cycling path across Auckland's Harbour Bridge is moving closer, as councillors approve funding.

Auckland schoolboy rugby players shining after Blues camp

Mt Albert Grammar School First XV coach Geoff Moon and vice-captain Caleb Clarke.

Eight of Mt Albert Grammar School's First XV are ready to apply skills learned from a Blues development camp.

Central Leader

Suburbs claim Auckland rugby's grand prize

Surburbs' Carl Perry.

The drought is over for New Lynns' Suburbs RFC.

Up close with Auckland's tigers video

Molek, left, and her son Berani enjoy some ice blocks made out of milk, blood and ostrich neck bones.

Big cats chow on milk, blood and neck-bones to celebrate International Tiger Day.

Eastern Courier

Garden programme creates opportunities

The land that will be transformed into a community garden is currently a dumping ground for couches and mattresses, ...

Growing realistic opportunities is the thrust of a new garden programme.

What's On: Boy needed for Priscilla musical

International smash hit musical Priscilla Queen Of The Desert is looking for someone to play 8-year-old Benji.

The search is on to find a Kiwi boy for the smash hit musical 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert'.

East & Bays Courier

Suburbs claim Auckland rugby's grand prize

Surburbs' Carl Perry.

The drought is over for New Lynns' Suburbs RFC.

Meat cleaver used in robbery

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Customers chased armed men down the street after they allegedly stole a box of cash.

Manukau Courier

'I did love my mum'

Cindy Taylor, pictured in the dock in the High Court at Auckland, is charged with manslaughter and two charges of ...

Daughter accused of causing her mother's death says she tried her best to look after her.

Sleepyhead fire injures eight

Emergency services attended the scene where eight people were taken to hospital in a moderate condition after the fire ...

Eight people taken to hospital after fire at the Sleepyhead bed factory.

North Harbour News

Shore remains leafy under unitary plan

Takapuna is in line for apartments and terrace housing under the unitary plan recommendations.

High density residential zoning in the North Shore increases the least of any Auckland region via Unitary Plan.

Massey's Mobile Police Base

Sergeant Aron McKeown, left, and Massey Community Constable along with members of community patrol and neighbourhood ...

Waitemata's new mobile police base could be coming to a location near you.

North Shore Times

School commemorates former student

Barry Brickell's sisters, from left, Romilly Brickell and Andrea Oliver unveil the plaque at the new Barry Brickell ...

Takapuna Grammar School has celebrated former pupil Barry Brickell with an art studio in his name.

Views under threat

The view of Mt Victoria from Devonport shops may be impeded by height restriction changes in the Unitary Plan.

Three historic North Shore suburbs are protected in Unitary Plan recommendations, but some areas miss out.

Nor-west News

Family first for health trust

Sue Miller has taken over the helm as general manager at the Helensville District Health Trust.

She is glad to be involved in the area again having previously spent 15 years living in Huapai and Waimauku with her husband and two sons.

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.

Papakura Courier

Get onboard the Love Bus

The Love Bus Kombi is at  the centre of the Auckland Council's voter campaign.

It's a Kombi van, but not like you've ever seen before - and it's coming to a local community near you.

Show Your Love for Auckland

Auckland Council's elections planning manager Glyn Walters.

Show Your Love for Auckland - the story behind Auckland Council's voter campaign

Rodney Times

How to live to 100

Maureen Channon with son Chris and daughter Jackie.

Live simply, laugh often and love your family - these are Maureen's top tips for getting your letter from the Queen.

Concerns over public access

Commissioners denied calls for the reinstatement of a 20 metre reserve around the subdivision.

There are concerns public access at the bustling Gulf Harbour ferry terminal may not remain free.

Western Leader

Suburbs claim Auckland rugby's grand prize

Surburbs' Carl Perry.

The drought is over for New Lynns' Suburbs RFC.

Trust must pay worker $10K

Former Labour politician John Tamihere investigated the claims by his worker Andrew Yao who was sacked in September 2015.

He was sacked after making a false claim of immigration fraud. Now he's won $10,000.

Waiheke marketplace

New Waiheke supermarket opens

Denise Roche and Dave Collo unveil the plaque.

After 15 years the wait is over for a new and improved Countdown on the island.

Irish play a smash hit

Billy (Kurt McCarthy) tries to impress sweetheart Helen (Tara Davis) while Bartley (Dion Musson) helps himself to lollies.

Waiheke audiences are loving witty Irish play, "The Cripple of Inishmaan", on at Artworks Theatre till July 30.


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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