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Stop in the name of love

Campbell family

Together for 23 years, 8 kids and another on the way, one couple knew it was time to quit smoking for good.

Cars worth Holden on to

holden

Mark Grey's obsession with Holden cars started when he was just a young boy.

New Otara hub at risk

Willie Maea

Auckland Council has indicated that clubrooms in Otara could be one of many projects put on hold to help cut spending.

Charm's luck needed to find chain

Geraldine Carden

Phil Collins, Heff and Neil Diamond all gifted charms to Geraldine Carden, but the necklace they lived on has been lost.

Desperately seeking donors

David Higginson

Blood is in short supply in the Auckland region and the NZ Blood Service is urging people to donate.

Owning a home a reality

SHA Weymouth

A young family is ready to move in to Auckland's first special housing area.

Outgoing girls seeking the good life

Holly, Meadow and Kora

Three outgoing girls are seeking love, companionship and long walks on the beach.

Wrongly accused of shoplifting

 Irie Te Wehi-Takerei

She walked into The Warehouse to buy some underwear and left hours later with a trespass order.

Memorial money stolen

Cally Ruahe

Ex-wife of slain policeman ''heartbroken'' after money for kids' commemorative outing swiped.

Hot in the kitchen

Daniel Wu

More than 600 fierce competitors from around the country battled it out over three days at the New Zealand Culinary Fare.

Ultra-mission in Tonga

Andrew Fifita-Lamb and Lydia Fa’afiu

You've got to be "a bit mad" to run for 20 hours straight, Andrew Fifita-Lamb says.

Benefactor is in the good books

Librarians

Mr Tuck shocked staff at his local library by leaving them a staggering $80,000 legacy in his will.

Arias at Auckland Airport

college singers

Auckland Airport is helping to showcase local talent by inviting community groups to come and perform for travellers.

'Aunties' tweet messages of support

Vicky Rawhiti-Forbes

'Twitter Aunties' are using their tweeting skills to support women and children at risk of domestic violence.

Finance initiative to tackle debt

Vai Harris

Government-backed lending initiative a good scheme, but doesn't address root of problem, manager says.

Flower power helps growth

John Newton

John Newton believes flowers can change people's lives, so he is running free courses in floral design.

SHA housing in limbo?

special housing

Are the first cracks appearing in the much-trumpeted plan to solve Auckland's housing crisis?

Drunks, thieves, transvestites at station

Ken Brewer

A former policeman says he may be forced to retire because he doesn't feel safe riding the train to work.

Police diver's course earns award

Constable Geoff Bray

What do you do when a hoped-for rescue turns into a tragedy? Constable Geoff Bray's course could have the answer.

Saving lake one waterway at a time

Stephen Grey, Efeso Collins

It will take decades to restore one of Auckland's most polluted waterways, but small projects may be the way to go.

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