Auckland City Harbour News

Tusitala proud to don the Manu Samoa jersey

Danny Tusitala plays halfback for Ponsonby Rugby's men's premier team.

Danny Tusitala joins Samoa after a year of chasing his rugby dream.

Is ADD a hidden superpower?

Chris McKinney is the managing director of Technical Futures and has ADD.

An Auckland managing director has ADHD, but has used it to thrive and grow in business.

Restructure on the books

The changes are expected to be decided upon in December.

Jobs at Auckland's libraries are on the line - but the full extent of the plans won't be revealed until November.

'Streetie' dispute ended in death

Darrell Dunn was sentenced to seven and half years in prison for the manslaughter of a homeless man in November 2015.

Darrell Dunn bashed another homeless man to death, kicking him as ''fast and as hard'' as he could.

No to 'no right turn'

Labour MP  David Shearer says removing the turn will be good for the community.

Plans to remove the dedicated right-hand turn from a busy Auckland intersection has been met with backlash.

Patient urges women to check breast screening options

Dr Anthony Doyle says tomosynthesis mammography is proven to have a higher cancer detection rate and a reduced recall ...

A woman diagnosed with breast cancer feels that luck was on her side when she was offered the latest in breast imaging technology, and wants other women to know it's available.

Two women, 42 kilometres and one special reason.

Mary Pretorius and Debbie Bourne have been training hard and are ready to hit the streets of New York City.

Two Aucklanders are off to run the New York Marathon - all for a very special reason.

Don Juan to appear at Q

The cast of Don Juan will attempt to make you feel "sexy and alive".

The play is set to make audience members feel confident, sexy and alive.

Junior Disability Sports Day set to attract close to 100 athletes

Phillip Collins-Sraha playing adapted cricket at last year's sports day.

Held in Remuera next month, the sports day will offer a chance for participants to represent Team Auckland at nationals.

St Paul's College student signs with Melbourne Storm

Jirah Momoisea has signed a one-year contract with the Melbourne Storm.

Jirah Momoisea promises to stamp his mark in Melbourne Storm, picking up an NRL contract and hoping to make his family in Auckland proud.

Re-launching naval history video

"What price can you put on that boat? Many New Zealanders owe their lives to that little boat," Nautilus donor Allan ...

Century-old mercy boat Nautilus takes to water following five-year, $200K restoration.

From overweight to half marathons

George Booty, 26 has lost over 80kg in 18 months and is running the Auckland half marathon in memory of his 16-year-old ...

George Booty has lost over 80kg and is running the Auckland half marathon in memory of his sister.

Being a gay Christian in New Zealand

Craig Watson recently opened up about his sexuality, being homosexual after having kept it surpressed for so many years.

A conference will be held in Auckland this Labour Weekend for Christian members of the LGBTI community.

ACG Senior College has a new principal

Tracey Dykstra has been appointed as the new principal for ACG Senior College in Auckland.

ACG Senior College in Auckland has a new leader.

Man struck by truck

Fire, ambulance and police crews attended the scene.

The man's leg was stuck under the wheel of the truck after the collision in central Auckland.

St Joseph's School fears neighbours

St Joseph's School principal Regina Smuga is concerned about the safety of her pupils.

An Auckland primary school is worried for the safety of its students with the residents next door.

Mick Innes returns to Zen Dog

Mick Innes outside his Grey Lynn home.

The illustrious Auckland actor is returning to the very stage he suffered a heart attack on three years ago.

'Awful, barren mess' video

The digger driver looks at the chunk of concrete that smashed through the Lazelles' fence.

Couple heartbroken their backyard has been 'ruined' by a neighbouring development.

Safety plea for boaties

Deputy harbourmaster Christiaan Moss wants boaties to get prepared for summer.

As summer approaches boaties are encouraged to make sure they are safe on the water.

No more plastic lunch wrap

Honewrap has teamed up with Kiwi contemporary artist Flox to create limited edition wraps.

Three Kiwi mums on a mission to reduce waste come up with an alternative made of beeswax to wrap their kids' lunches.

ADHB has a new board

The Auckland District Health Board has two new members.

Not much has changed at the Auckland District Health Board following election results.

K' Rd's upgrade out for consultation

The planned upgrade includes a separated cycleway on both sides of the road.

The planned upgrade for one of Auckland's most famous streets is out for public consultation to accommodate the growth in the area.

Cycleways spark debate

Some Grey Lynn residents are supportive of the proposed new cycleways as they say it creates safer options for children.

Residents and business owners are clashing over cycleway plans in Grey Lynn.

New live music venue for Auckland

Tom Young and Jaden Parkes of Auckland band Leisure.

An intimate new live music venue is set to see its opening weekend.

Alien-like creepy crawlies

A house centipede can measure up to 40mm.

An unexpected guest has turned up in the homes of some central Auckland residents.

Kidney Kids NZ has a new ambassador

Sticky TV presenter Walter Neilands has been announced as the new ambassador for Kidney Kids NZ.

Sticky TV's Walter Neilands picks up the reins following the death of former patron and rugby legend Jonah Lomu.

Beating breast cancer

If New Zealand had better access to medicines, it would mean Rochell Adams would be able to be around for her ...

Women with breast cancer are campaigning to the Government to increase funding for new medicines.

Havili focused on achieving rugby dream

Sione Havili in action for NZ Schools against Fiji Schools this month.

Auckland Grammar School's Sione Havili turns to Beyonce's tune to help reach rugby success.

NZ's "No Sugary Drinks" logo unveiled

FIZZ is advocating for a sugar tax to be imposed on fizzy drinks.

Organisations and venues will now be able to use a new tool against

Auckland Diwali Festival returns

Rahul Chopra says the Auckland Diwali Festival has been vital in keeping him connected to his roots.

The Auckland Diwali Festival has been vital in keeping Rahul Chopra connected to his homeland.

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