The first of 39 new homes for the developing area are scheduled for completion by 2018.
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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a control line aircraft and they can be seen whizzing around Bruce McLaren Intermediate most Sunday mornings.
A West Auckland community is extending their predator free programme to private landowners.
A gap of just 2 metres is stopping the completion of a loop river walk through rare bush in suburban Auckland.
Peace poppies 'perfect way' to connect people.
A daycare centre director says a new law obligating early childhood centres (ECE) to pay to have their kitchens audited is "ridiculous".
The government is paying $18,000 a week on 'unsafe' emergency housing on Auckland's North Shore
'Madness' was band tutor Billy Middleton's reaction when the idea was mooted to start a brass band with beginners.
The first in our series on how North Harbour News readers get to work.
A bid to get a frisbee golf facility set up in Auckland failed to fly over its first hurdle.
Beach lifeguards share their tips on keeping safe when they are not around.
One of New Zealand's longest serving rugby chief executives, Brett Hollister, is stepping down.
Hobsonville Point Secondary School director selected for national festival, for the third year in a row.
Multi-million dollar contract sent offshore by Auckland Council, after local firm held it for 23 years.
They thought their trailer load of toys were gone for good, but a late night call proved otherwise.
Aucklanders have been warned the region could experience "extreme" weather conditions on Thursday.
"Fitness mad" Albany resident says win was a really "proud moment".
Auckland Transport says there is no demand for weekend ferry rides to the city, but Hibiscus Coast residents beg to differ.
Auckland students have built - and sold - three-bedroom homes for $180,000 each.
Public notification of a relocation proposal has been stalled by a local board vote.
Working on the outside to help confidence on the inside.
The speed limit's been dropped permanently on a section of Auckland motorway - but is anyone sticking to it?
More than 700 Auckland Libraries staff will need to reapply for jobs in restructure.
A worker forced to jump from an out of control digger on a building site suffered multiple injuries.
Hobsonville School parents turned out at a school meeting on Wednesday night to get answers to their asbestos-removal worries.
A lower speed on much of the Northwestern Motorway will reduce confusion, NZTA says.
National age-group baseball tournament sets new standards.
Visually-impaired children are now able to "feel" elements of a book, thanks to an Auckland student's invention.
An ACC and Netball New Zealand initiative reduces injuries by 40 per cent.