Auckland City Harbour News

Toddler found wandering on road

Constable James Montgomery says it was by chance that he saw the toddler.

Constable James Montgomery was in the right place at the right time - which meant he saved a toddler's life.

ICU patients to benefit from funding

Researchers at Auckland District Health Board have been awarded $7 million.

Auckland District Health Board doctors have been awarded $7million in funding for research.

Central Leader

'He will strike again'

Auckland Police used social media back in April to post a description of the Onehunga serial sex offender.

A young serial sex offender could move on to more sinister attacks if he's not caught, psychologist says.

Toddler found wandering on road

Constable James Montgomery says it was by chance that he saw the toddler.

Constable James Montgomery was in the right place at the right time - which meant he saved a toddler's life.

Eastern Courier

On the Beat: Beware the signs of meth labs

"Remember, clan labs are extremely dangerous," says Sergeant Brett Meale.

OPINION: There are definite signs of a meth lab operating, Sergeant Brett Meale says.

12-yr-old petitions Countdown over eggs

Maja with one of her pet chickens.

Auckland youngster's online petition asking Countdown to stop selling caged eggs cracks 16K signatures.

East & Bays Courier

Proposed development worries residents

Karaka Bay resident Helen Momota in front of her home's accessway and park signage. Both will need to be moved if ...

Residents of Auckland's historic Karaka Bay are concerned proposed developments could damage the environment and threaten their tranquility.

Ellerlie family's BMX obsession

Sacha Earnest with her title at the UCI BMX World Championships in Colombia.

The Earnest family have a BMX triple world champion in their midst.

Manukau Courier

What's On: Short films for Matariki

Nga Aho Matariki Short Films at Mangere Arts Centre.

Nga Aho Whakaari presents Matariki Nga Aho Shorts gala night at Mangere Arts Centre July 3.

Toy testers: apply within

Flat Bush youngster Jahkeal Evalu, then 7,  spent a year as an official toy tester from July 2103.

A nationwide hunt is on for two new Toy Testers.

North Harbour News

Fundraising for the fourth

Yvonne Quinn, left, McKenzie Joyce, 8, and Donna Quinn - profound hearing loss has impacted four generations of their family.

McKenzie Joyce is the fourth generation in her family to suffer from progressive hearing loss.

Confused customers pay for free parking

Ballentynes manager Cherry Whitfield says some of her customers have paid for parking when it is free for them for 180 ...

Retailers say the new policy of charging staff $5 per day for parking at Westgate shopping centre is having the opposite of the intended effect.

North Shore Times

Cat 'mutilated' by trap

A member of the public found this cat stuck in a trap in Rothesay Bay.

An elderly cat has suffered an "horrific" injury after being caught in an illegally-set trap, SPCA Auckland says.

Three years for ramming friend

Ofa Manitisa, 50, pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm and driving with excess breath alcohol.

Ofa Manitisa tried to beat her friend with a rock. When that didn't work, she used her car.

Nor-west News

Bittersweet exit for principal

Taupaki School principal Stephen Lethbridge is leaving the school after more than 10 years.

"He has put his heart and soul into the school unconditionally for the last ten years."

New builds attract burglars

New subdivisions in Huapai are wide open for burglars.

Police are warning builders, contractors and residents to take precautions with burglars targeting construction sites.

Papakura Courier

What's On: Short films for Matariki

Nga Aho Matariki Short Films at Mangere Arts Centre.

Nga Aho Whakaari presents Matariki Nga Aho Shorts gala night at Mangere Arts Centre July 3.

Toy testers: apply within

Flat Bush youngster Jahkeal Evalu, then 7,  spent a year as an official toy tester from July 2103.

A nationwide hunt is on for two new Toy Testers.

Rodney Times

For Pat Olsen Surf Lifesaving is for life

Pat Olsen holds her Life Membership award for Red Beach Surf Club. She is now a life member of Surf Life Saving Northern ...

With 66 years of surf life saving under her belt, Pat Olsen from Red Beach Surf Club has been honoured as a life membership of Surf Life Saving Northern Region.

Flood of objections stops sale of Big Omaha Trail route

Ground breaking research on the Pakiri cliffs in the background was recognised at a plaque unveiling overlooking the ...

A flood of objections has seen the end of the sale of an historic road intended as a part of a major new walking and cycling trail between Matakana and Pakiri.

Western Leader

Auckland factory boosts capacity

Jeffrey Douglas stands in front of the soft gel manufacturing facility while it is being sterilised in between batches.

More jobs likely as Douglas Pharmaceuticals soft gel capsule factory gets a $5.5 million upgrade.

Rating food retailers

Silverbell Market in Henderson has the lowest food grading in west Auckland with an E.

Does your favourite restaurant make the grade?

Waiheke marketplace

Sculpture on Gulf kicks off

Pavilion Structure: Gregor Kregar's interactive sculpture won the $20,000 Lexus premier award at headland Sculpture on ...

Thirty-four artists have just been chosen to show their work at New Zealand's foremost sculpture exhibition on Waiheke Island.

King of the Orcs plays idiot at theatre

Actor John Rawls is enjoying his time on Waiheke preparing for his role as comic character Sir Andrew Aguecheek in ...

Waiheke audiences will get the chance to see Hobbit movie actor John Rawls in Twelfth Night this July.

Northland

Taylor named top regional lifeguard

Regional Lifeguard of the Year was Kyle Taylor (centre) from the Ruakaka Surf Lifesaving Club with award presenters ...

Lifeguards from two Northland club members have taken away four of the top awards at the  2016 Surf Life Saving Northern Region  Awards of Excellence.

Industry looks to push trade deals

Sheepmeat exports could be hardest hit by Brexit

Northland sheep and beef farmer James Parsons talks about the effect of Brexit on the red meat market.

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