Auckland City Harbour News

Auckland CBD's 24 hour fridge

Blogger Amanda Chapman is the brains behind a new community fridge in Auckland's CBD.

A community fridge has free food on offer in Auckland’s CBD - but is it a health risk?

Breast cancer survivors wanted

Pink Dragons meet twice a week and compete over summer, but are desperate for new members to stay afloat.

"Here we are showing people there can be life after breast cancer."

Central Leader

Labour takes Mt Roskill

Labour Party president Nigel Haworth, new Mt Roskill MP Michael Wood and Labour leader Andrew Little take the stage at ...

Michael Wood pledges to invest in police and public transport following landslide by-election win.

Smoke-filled tunnels causing headaches

Rachael Smith is a regular user of the Ellerslie underpass and believes it should be smokefree.

Smokers lighting up in pedestrian tunnels by railway stations is causing headaches for Auckland residents.

Eastern Courier

Shaking up city's cocktail culture gallery

Signature cocktail Rich Heart, made using  Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva Rum.

 Tucked away on a Fort Street corner is a secretive establishment that all cocktail enthusiasts should have on their radar.

Quality softball and cancer fundraiser

Howick softball player Michelle Smith is the daughter of the late Beverley Smith, for whose memory this weekend's annual ...

Howick's Bev Smith Memorial softball tournament this weekend raises awareness of breast cancer.

East & Bays Courier

Kiwi Kids get Christmassy

Variety ambassador Stacey Morrison, left, and Variety community liaison worker Pania Taka-Brown.

Festive celebration held for children who would otherwise go without.

Beginner cyclist's solo challenge

Louise Bailey, 30, is bike riding the length of the North Island - with very little cycling experience.

Inexperienced cyclist takes on length of North Island despite having ridden a bike just once in the past 18 years.

Manukau Courier

Gold at rainbow's end gallery

In the wake of the Dreamworld tragedy that claimed four lives, Auckland's Rainbow's End insists it is scrupulous about ...

Despite awful tragedies and high farce, big fun park operators insist they can compete with Snapchat and Playstations to make children's dreams come true.

Francie victims farewelled

Two victims of the Kaipara sinking, cousins Alipate Manumu'a (left) and Sunia Ungo'unga, were described as "kind, humble ...

The funeral of two cousins who died in the sinking of The Francie was held in Auckland on Saturday.

North Harbour News

Breast cancer survivors wanted

Pink Dragons meet twice a week and compete over summer, but are desperate for new members to stay afloat.

"Here we are showing people there can be life after breast cancer."

Santa's Workshop never stops

Fanefjord has made 1500 toys this year.

Christmas preparation is a year-long event in Svend Fanefjord's Santa's Workshop.

North Shore Times

Blankets and towels needed for 'bird lady'

The Bird Lady, Sylvia Durrant, left, with 11-year-old Jess Preston who is fundraising to help her.

An 11-year-old is fundraising to help Sylvia Durrant aka the Bird Lady.

Writer, 14, prepares for international comp

Pilar Cruz,14, is a two-time national champion for scenario writing and hoping for her second international win at next ...

A two-time national scenario-writing champion is also hoping to score herself an international title for the second year in a row.

Nor-west News

AT repairs road but trucks are the issue

Cameron Brewer showing the damage the trucks are causing on Nixon Rd.

Taupaki residents are fed up with the condition of Nixon Rd and are concerned for the safety of road users.

Volunteers sought for Christmas lunch

Volunteers are needed to make the Helensville community Christmas Day lunch successful.

Can you help with the Helensville community Christmas Day lunch?

Papakura Courier

Vera a 'star tenant'

Papakura resident Vera Marshall is being praised for her gardening skills.

Expert gardener Vera Marshall​ knows how to turn a place into an oasis .

Film documents cancer suffering

Luka Wolfgram, with mum Aleksandra Bajac, holds a photo of his brother Kosta.

Luka Wolfgram's film in memory of his young brother Kosta is a top contender.

Rodney Times

Gold at rainbow's end gallery

In the wake of the Dreamworld tragedy that claimed four lives, Auckland's Rainbow's End insists it is scrupulous about ...

Despite awful tragedies and high farce, big fun park operators insist they can compete with Snapchat and Playstations to make children's dreams come true.

View blocked by stinking dirt

Once finished the development will house 520 new properties.

Couple north of Auckland devastated after developers pile two-storeys of fetid dirt across sea view, potentially for years.

Western Leader

Cross now: Auckland makes walking safer gallery video

Auckland Transport is building a new crossing by the schools at this intersection of Great North Road, on the city's ...

Auckland Transport is putting in more pedestrian crossings to make it easier for kids to walk to school.

Take gaming to the next level

Tracy Kirkley has established a Pro GC a showroom at her Henderson Valley property.

Nighthawk, Falcon, Phoenix and Banshee are just some of the chairs Tracy Kirkley is now selling to gamers.

Waiheke marketplace

Breast cancer survivors wanted

Pink Dragons meet twice a week and compete over summer, but are desperate for new members to stay afloat.

"Here we are showing people there can be life after breast cancer."

Modern Family star in NZ

Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson is in New Zealand with husband Justin Mikita.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson is here all week.

Northland

Victim woke with hostel owner in bed

Michael Harris weeps in the dock as he is confronted by one of his victims.

A man who was stupefied and sexually attacked felt sick, confused and freaked out.

Luna has lifesaving surgery

Luna and Waimarie Bruce

Dog lovers dig deep to save a spaniel's life.

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