North Harbour News

Brutus busts in for lunch

If you're in Gulf Harbour between 3 and 4pm you may find yourself sharing lunch with a friendly stingray.

Scammers target Auckland, Waikato

Beware the man in a van trying to flog off cheap stereos. He could be in a car park near you.

Baiting the big biter

Michael Cooper has a pretty tall fishing tale.

Bella tames Kaimanawa horse

Most girls can only dream of wild horses but for Bella Lockie, there's one right outside her room.

Implants will 'change summer'

13-year-old Danielle can enjoy all the sounds of Christmas this year, thanks to her second cochlear implant.

'Get a neck brace and live'

An injured teen mountain biker's mum says they are overwhelmed by people's generosity.

Documenting dating battlefield

Bex Argar is sharing her quest for find a boyfriend with everyone through her web series #TheOne.

Setting sights on Hollywood

Winning the Supreme Award at the annual AIMES Awards allows Ben Sanders to pursue his Hollywood dream.

Police hit the road in heels

A group of officers has volunteered to wear high heels and take a stand against violence towards women.

Belinda wants to ride her bicycle

Belinda Edwards is edging towards her goal of feeling the wind flowing through her hair on a new handcrafted bike.

Teen's training stunt goes wrong

corey

Auckland teen needed multiple surgeries after parkour training took a tragic turn.

Cat-killers horrify neighbourhood

Cozzie

An Auckland neighbourhood is in shock after a cat was killed by two dogs on the loose.

Special Try-athlon for super kids

Gaylene and Rikki

There won't be anything holding children back when they compete at the Special Abilities TRY-athlon.

Help Brittany get to US

Brittany Robertson

Guitarist Brittany Robertson is trying to raise enough money to attend the Los Angeles College of Music.

Students' smokefree push

smokefree push

A group of students and the Cancer Society Auckland want to make outdoors dining smokefree.

Teams ready to race in Blake's memory

Leslie Egnot

A yachting contest is paying tribute to one of New Zealand's greatest sailors and sporting heroes - Sir Peter Blake.

Passion for penguins rewarded

Penguins

Dannie Cullen sees penguins everyday at work but that doesn't lessen the thrill of getting to study them in the wild.

Oscar's fun in the mud

Oscar Straker

Completing Mud Rush for the second year in a row was no mean feat for Oscar who has cerebral palsy.

Migrants feel upbeat about Good Vibrations

migrants

When words fail music speaks. This is the basis of a new programme helping migrants settle into the community.

Heave ho, charity pull is all go

bus pull

Good advice from a group of strongmen helped four people pull a 9000kg bus for a Leprosy Mission fundraiser.

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