Auckland City Harbour News

CAB needs your help

Laurie Guy says no two days have been the same volunteering at the Citizens Advice Bureau.

Citizen Advice Bureaus in Mt Roskill, Eden/Albert, Glen Innes, Panmure, Sylvia Park and Remuera are all in need of help.

A right royal celebration

Expect all things British to hit Queens Warf this Queens Birthday weekend.

A royal celebration is set to get under way this weekend at Queens Wharf.

Central Leader

CAB needs your help

Laurie Guy says no two days have been the same volunteering at the Citizens Advice Bureau.

Citizen Advice Bureaus in Mt Roskill, Eden/Albert, Glen Innes, Panmure, Sylvia Park and Remuera are all in need of help.

A right royal celebration

Expect all things British to hit Queens Warf this Queens Birthday weekend.

A royal celebration is set to get under way this weekend at Queens Wharf.

Eastern Courier

Car versus shop gallery

The silver hatch back which was driven into Sushi Sora in Botany.

A local eatery has been left battered and broken after a driver mishap.

Mayor defends rocketing rates

Mayor Len Brown says he is satisified with Auckland Council's budget and is done debating it.

Mayor Len Brown has defended the decision to raise rates to 9.9 per cent in Auckland and says he is done debating the budget.

East & Bays Courier

CAB needs your help

Laurie Guy says no two days have been the same volunteering at the Citizens Advice Bureau.

Citizen Advice Bureaus in Mt Roskill, Eden/Albert, Glen Innes, Panmure, Sylvia Park and Remuera are all in need of help.

A right royal celebration

Expect all things British to hit Queens Warf this Queens Birthday weekend.

A royal celebration is set to get under way this weekend at Queens Wharf.

Manukau Courier

Dogs put down in droves gallery

A pit bull terrier at the pound.

Four times as many dogs are being put down at the Manukau animal shelter than at any other shelter in Auckland.

Scan delays for patients

Officials are working to make sure 250 Middlemore Hospital patients have an MRI scan before the end of June.

North Harbour News

Road closure over long weekend

Detours are in place for the motorway road closures over Queen's Birthday weekend.

Motorists driving the northwestern motorway during Queen's Birthday weekend will experience detours from road closures.

Cooking for love gallery

Eileen McIntosh, 79, with granddaughter Lauren Freeman, 30, supplied her recipes for shortbread and apricot titbits for a new cookbook.

Eileen McIntosh and her granddaughter Lauren Freeman couldn't be more different when it comes to cooking.

North Shore Times

Learn more about the CRL gallery

Auckland Transport's new electric trains will run on the CRL.

Northern commuters can learn more about the City Rail Link.

Birkdale's million dollar “aspirational” plan

A "campus-style" community space proposed in Birkdale.

A million dollar concept plan for a community space has failed to impress.

Nor-west News

D-Day for Stockton Mine job cuts

Solid Energy plans to cut 151 jobs from Stockton Mine, north of Westport.

Stockton coal mine workers will today learn today the fate of their jobs.

Breakfast meeting brand launch

The new North West Country brand will be unveiled on May 26 by the North West Business Improvement District.

Papakura Courier

SPORT: Papakura City atop division two

Papakura City without five frontline players for Chatham Cup.

SPORT: Richie Blackmore to coach Auckland

Five Papakura Sea Eagles to face the Maori Residents.

Rodney Times

Community centre gifted to Fairway Bay residents

Discussing Fairway Bay second stage development in the new Fairway Bay Discovery Residents Pavilion are Top Harbour representatives Michael Webb-Speight, Sean Pan and Gigi Ogilvielee with GJ Gardner Rodney East new homes consultant Lesley Ellis.

Residents at a Gulf Harbour development have been gifted their own pavilion.

Gifted green ends Omaha blues

Omaha Beach Golf Club course superintendent Cory Willcox lays the new turf

Omaha volunteers descended on Red Beach on Wednesday to cut up a green gifted by their Whangaparaoa Peninsula golfing counterparts.

Western Leader

Student 'shocked' by bus driver's actions

Green Bay High School student Patrick Meisel was one of the students who jumped out of a bus after the driver refused to stop.

Student describes actions of bus driver as "unexpected" and said he ignored their pleas to stop.

Technique aligns your three brains

Suzanne Henwood says mBraining is about making the world a better place.

Suzanne Henwood lives in Titirangi with her husband, two kids, two cats and two fish. Chief reporter Simon Smith caught up with her to ask about her job as one of eight mBraining master trainers worldwide.

Waiheke marketplace

Happy addition to royal album

Prince Harry's walkabout in Auckland is a crowd pleaser. He is accompanied by his private secretary Edward Lane Fox.

She once snapped a photo of Princess Di. Now, 32 years later, the avid royal watcher turned her lens to Prince Harry.

Classes pack punch for poetry wall

From left: Workshop participants Kathryn Ngapo, Robyne Winton and Katherine Mason stand in front of the rapidly growing poetry wall at the library.

Workshops for potential poets are proving popular on Waiheke Island as war and peace wall attracts new talent.

Northland

Dog mauled in popular off-leash park

Peter and Anne Gill with their dog Rosie want dog owners to be more responsible.

After a savage attack on their pup Far North residents are calling for dog owners to be more responsible.

Serious crash in Northland

One person has been taken to hospital after a serious crash in Northland

A serious crash on State Highway 14 just west of Whangarei has closed the road.

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