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'First in, first served'

A special housing area in central Auckland will have eight affordable homes for sale next year.

Cricket club celebrates 60 years

Head down to Cornwall Cricket Club to see some of the club's greats play against each other in a one-off twenty20 match.

'Heartfelt thanks' to mystery rescuers

An Auckland man had to crawl and push his broken wheelchair along the street until road workers saved the day.

Neighbours worried about new complex

The Warehouse gets go ahead to build a shopping and apartment complex in Balmoral.

Blowing the whistle at the NRL Nines

Imagine having to boss around Shaun Johnson, Manu Vatuvei, Dave Taylor or Issac Luke.

Rocks strand $1.7m rescue boat

Earthquake-related rockfall is preventing a Sumner lifeboat from being used for sea-based rescues.

'All my hard work is gone'

The theft of a campervan has left a couple expecting a baby without a vehicle and heartbroken.

Neighbours lose development battle

Plans for a $100 million retirement village in Auckland have been given the green light.

Heart troubles a mystery

Teenager Lizzie Scott had no idea the chest pain she'd been ignoring would see her carted off in an ambulance.

Vacant site a 'magnet' for crime

Residents in a quiet Auckland suburb are concerned over vagrants living in an empty special housing site.

Nanny thankful for every day

A grandmother of nine diagnosed with terminal lung cancer plans on making the most of the time she has left.

Kaiu Wright's Black Caps moment

Eyes will be on Kaiu Wright at tomorrow's Black Caps match.

Feathers fly over missing Elvis

Elvis has left the building, leaving residents at an Auckland rest home all shook up.

Get to know your neighbours

Burglaries are on the rise in Onehunga and residents are not vigilant enough, police say.

Renters move their kids about

Stable housing an issue for families with many children under 2 moving at least once, new study says.

Finally something to splash about

A $3.1 million upgrade is in store for the Mt Albert Aquatic Centre to bring the facility up to scratch.

Neighbours' Christmas spirit

When a single mum reached out for help, what she got in return was nothing short of a Christmas miracle.

Jockey born and bred for it

Horse riding is a family affair for jockey Danielle Johnson, so it's no surprise she was learning to ride before she could walk.

Mayor feels heat on quarry plans

Mayor Len Brown is wading into debate around Fletcher Building's plans for the Three Kings Quarry.

Car-free Mt Eden?

Mt Eden's summit may soon be car-free. What does that mean for those who can't walk to the top?

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