North Shore Times
A trio of ''cool'' All Blacks joined in a giant 500 person hongi at an Auckland school for Red Nose Day.
A man suffered a burnt hand following a house fire in Auckland this morning.
A road on Auckland's North Shore is blocked off after a truck hit a power pole and broke it in half.
Ask for Bieber, I'll try and sell you Zeppelin because 'that's the way it should be', owner of closing record store says.
Feedback from residents taking part in an organic waste trial is positive, Auckland Council says.
AT says a Safe Cycle Route encourages cycling, but some say it is a 'trojan horse' to get Skypath's landfall at Northcote Point.
Hauraki resident Sheila Hammond is sick and tired of paying for water she doesn't use.
Thousands of clear pvc beads nestled in kelp at Takapuna Beach could well have come from sunken MV Rena.
Kalem Berntsen reckons working as a primate keeper at Auckland Zoo is a dream job.
Canine Hydrotherapy works as a treatment for chronic pain conditions or post-operative recovery in canines.
Devonport Heritage fears Auckland Transport will rip out remaining historic bus shelters to make way for new designs.
A driving lesson on cemetery roads went horribly wrong when the car smashed into gravestones.
Auckland Council is defending moves to install a $100,000 artistic silk curtain in a new library.
Matthew Strawbridge has started a website showing young dyslexics the strategies he used to cope at school.
About $16,000 worth of cigarettes was stolen in a single North Shore burglary recently.
The first tenants of a flat for seniors in Northcote already think of themselves as sisters.
Hit-and-run survivor Te Rina-Ataahua Hemana is on the long road to recovery after a week spent in an induced coma.
A North Shore homework club is so popular it needs bigger premises so it can continue helping kids out.
Vehicle takes out water mains, phone lines, fence and a house after driver loses control in wet conditions.
Cyclists are 'high-speed decision-makers' with good situational awareness making them better drivers, study says.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?