North Shore Times
Playing tunes from 400 years ago links cornetto player Peter Reid to a distinct musical era.
Retirement homes are expanding facilities to meet looming demand on Auckland's North Shore.
The supermarket where Good Samaritan Lucy Knight was injured is supporting her family with food packages.
"Pedestrianising" lower Queen St would force bus services out of the transport hub, councillor warns.
Businesses in Albany Village are struggling and say a lack of parking is to blame.
Browns Bay locals tired of dealing with teen drunks are calling for tougher alcohol restrictions near their homes.
An Auckland family have started a food drive to help take some of the stress off of families this Christmas.
Actor Latham Gaines wants to help budding Kiwi toy inventors refine their ideas and make prototypes.
Alida Shanks is a communications and marketing manager who lives in Windsor Park. She shares what she thinks is so great about living in Auckland.
Nearly all of Sherwood Primary School will be demolished because of water damaged buildings.
Hundreds of police have gathered to honour their fallen colleagues who paid the "ultimate price".
Lying on her back all day is not the way Debbie Malloch wants to spend her days.
With summer around the corner debate over the fate of Takapuna Beach Reserve is up for discussion again.
A pavilion designed by one of the 20th century's most prestigious artists is putting an Auckland school on the map.
Emergency services attended a North Shore crash following reports liquid nitrogen was leaking from a van.
Plans for a pool in Albany have been floating around for 21 years and the project has finally got the go ahead.
North Shore environmentalists are pushing for a "nature-friendly" cycleway instead of the proposed sea path.
An American immigrant is taking action to make the East Coast Bays smokefree.
Shane Cameron and his wife Tara are helping children take a stand against bullying.
A local body authority wants control of North Head but not before the government pays for maintenance work.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?