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Raw facts on pet food

Mark Robson

Vet Dr Mark Robson sorts the kibble from the bits discussing a great diet for your pets.

Flat3's final chapter?

Ally Xue, JJ Fong and Perlina Lau

A lack of relatable women on screen prompted the creators of Flat3 to take matters into their own hands.

Light shines on city's dark past

heritage festival

Auckland's colourful history will be explored in the Heritage Festival. Even brothels and opium dens rate a mention.

Bunnings 'hard pill to swallow'

Bunnings

Disappointed residents who opposed a Bunnings development must now come to terms with the three-level store.

St Mary's is a family tradition

Catherine and Sarah Poulter

Seven generations of women from Sarah Poulter's family have attended St Mary's College over the last 150 years.

Lack of notice over St Lukes SHA

St Lukes

A block of land on one of Auckland's busiest roads has been fast-tracked by special housing development.

Three-level Bunnings approved

Bunnings

Court grants resource consent for controversial Bunnings store in Auckland's Arch Hill.

Parisian craze locks on to Auckland

Locks

Cupid's arrow has struck the hearts of Aucklanders if padlocks on a downtown fence are anything to go by.

Can a city church avoid demolition?

Church

St David's Presbyterian Church may go after failing to meet earthquake standards and a dwindling congregation.

True blue bikers support cause

blue bikers

Bikers are ditching their black leathers for wacky blue outfits on Sunday to raise awareness of Prostate Cancer.

Bonding over football

Ronald and Stephen

It was the international language of football that broke the ice between two new friends.

Curator's chance find

print

A stroke of luck has brought a rare 300-year-old artwork into Auckland Art Gallery's collection.

Cycleway a worry for business

Lachlan Trembath

A cycleway in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter would reduce the number of car parks, concerning some business people.

No such thing as waste

compost

Hold on to that rotten tomato or manky mandarin. You may soon be able to swap them for delectable goods.

Cochlear implants open up the world

Lydia O’Connor and Finley Tutaka-Brown

About 93 per cent of deaf children who graduate from The Hearing House end up in mainstream schools.

Youth advisers pick their priority issues

youth advisors

Promoting sustainability, transport solutions and positive social behaviour are just a few of the important issues for under 25-year-olds, Youth Advisory Panel members say.

Fears for historic Grafton

development

A looming development spells the end for historic Grafton, residents say.

Swap your treasure for a stranger's

Claire Digneau

Departing backpacker Claire Digneau has organised an object-swap exhibition to help rid herself of some loot.

Local lager on the brew

Andrew Peacocke

Tucked away in an unassuming Auckland warehouse, brewer Andrew Peacocke is working his magic.

Raising funds wholeheartedly

Samara McKenzie,

Born with more than 12 holes in her heart, Samara McKenzie was affectionately dubbed the "Swiss cheese girl."

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