North Shore Times
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.
A dangerous school crossing is getting a makeover, to the relief of teachers, students, parents and police.
KATASHA M CCULLOUGH - North Shore Times
An autistic boy has his stolen bike back after it was found abandoned in a dumpster.
The Waitemata District Health Board and the Well Foundation are helping medical staff hone skills using mannequins.
Auckland Council's fortnightly inorganic waste collection trial has worried residents with smelly rubbish to dispose of.
Playwright Geoff Allen's new play Sister Anzac depicts 14 women sent to Gallipoli during WWI to tend the wounded.
Thirteen students are going to France to commemorate France and NZ's shared wartime experience.
As acclaimed author Tessa Duder gets set to take a writing workshop, Sarah Argyle sits down with her to hear what makes a successful writer.
Children are coming home from school with hair-raising stories about their bus trips, concerned parents say.
Elderly patrons were shifted over the road to finish their scones after a truck crashed into a cafe.
A proposed new policy aimed at improving student achievement could have the opposite effect, some schools say.
Tradition is often the cornerstone of school sport so it can be hard to compete when you're the new kid on the block.
A 25m problem they're not allowed to fix has Craig Newth's family living in fear - the widow maker.
A night out at a Justin Bieber concert launched an Auckland teen's international modelling career.
Volunteering at hospice taught Alex Powell that the service focuses on making the most out of right now.
Entry fare increase at swimming pool has raised fears that facility could be over-run with unaccompanied children.
Repairs to Bayswater's storm damaged ferry jetty could see it become bigger and better.
Marjorie Nicols is calling time on an incredible 35 years of service in a hospice op shop just days before her 98th birthday.
Changes to bus, train and ferry fares will see Auckland HOP cardholders pay up to 20 per cent less than cash users.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?