North Shore Times

Remembering the Battle of Jutland gallery

Relatives of Lieutenant Alexander David Boyle who fought in the Battle of Jutland, from left: Caroline Fitzgerald, Jenny ...

A service for the largest naval battle of WWI has been held in Devonport, Auckland.

Helping develop better cancer treatment

Molecular biologist Dr Dean Singleton is researching ways of targeting resistant breast cancer tumour cells.

A reasearch grant will go a long way in a scientist's work targeting resistant breast cancer tumour cells.

Gas truck crashes in Northcote

The truck was left hanging over the edge of a driveway after the driver attempted a tight turn.

The truck was left hanging over the edge of a driveway when it smashed through a fence on Auckland's North Shore.

Unique opportunity for children

About 50 students split in two classes are part of the Birkdale North School bilingual French-English unit.

A primary school's bilingual French-English has been recognised for its success in encouraging French speaking.

Take care with dehumidifiers, says fire service

A recalled dehumidifier caught fire in Hamilton in early May and nearly destroyed a house.

With winter kicking in people are being reminded to take care with dehumidifiers.

SkyPath gets positive wind tests gallery

SkyPath Trust project director, Bevan Woodward, under the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

Independent wind tests have found no "significant concerns" with SkyPath being attached to the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

Trust board moves away from church

Te Whanau o Hato Petera Trust's new society hopes to coordinate with the school's board of trustees.

A Maori boarding school's trust board has dissolved in favour of an incorporated society separate to the Catholic diocese.

Couple attacker denied parole

Jono Paul Wilson has been denied parole, after being jailed for an attack on two North Shore couples.

After randomly attacking two couples, he's been "pushing boundaries" in prison.

SkyPath courts controversy again gallery

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Proposed Auckland Harbour Bridge cycleway and footpath looks set to go to Environment Court after mediation fails.

Development progresses despite opposition

An artist's impression of the new development at Aria Bay Retirement Village.

An Auckland development will almost double the number of apartments in the retirement village.

Artillery salutes 300 years gallery video

Newly trained army gunners performed the three shot salute.

The Royal Artillery's 300th anniversary has been recognised with a gun salute at North Head, Auckland.

Students busk for charity

Jessica Meacock, left, and Kate Fox fundraised for Find Her Smile at a youth market using their tap dancing skills.

A pair of students have used dance to fundraise for charity at a youth market.

Ditching the sugary drinks

Onepoto Primary School students enjoy their new colourful drink bottles donated by Health4Kids Trust.

A health trust is hoping to send a message to children about the importance of drinking water.

The importance of breakfast

Northcote College teacher Anne-Marie Whitby says the school's breakfast club is open to all students.

Northcote College students are learning the importance of breakfast with a step away from the standard Kickstart Breakfast.

Dome Valley accused in court

The accused face a string of charges following the kidnap of a 19-year-old.

Five people are accused of "horrendous" acts including tasering a woman, cutting her hair and trying to kill her.

Bringing wanderers home

WanderSearch coordinator Delanie Halton with the radio transmitter the organisation gives to those with the potential to ...

A tracking device is helping keep families of dementia patients together and reduces search times if they go missing.

House cleared for reserve

The demolition of a council-owned, Montrose Terrace house will expand the beachfront reserve.

A council owned beachfront house is due to be knocked down to expand a reserve.

Centre plans given green light

An artist's impression of New Zealand Retail Property Group's Milford mall and apartment redevelopment plans.

Planning consents for Milford mall redevelopment have been approved by Auckland Council.

Meeting debates housing crisis

Labour MP Phil Goff, who is running for the Auckland mayoralty, speaks to the public at the Locked Out community meeting.

Politicians, economists and youth leaders have gathered in Northcote to discuss the national housing crisis.

Heritage barracks falling into disrepair

Landscape architect, Paul Woodruffe, has for years petitioned for the Kennedy Park old barracks building in Castor Bay ...

The Kennedy Park old barracks building is at the point of "demolition by neglect".

Petition to save Takapuna car park gallery

Devonport-Takapuna Local Board member Jan O'Connor, left, taking signatures for her Save Takapuna Car Park petition.

Sunday market goers in Takapuna have shown their opposition to the redevelopment of the Anzac St carpark.

Event makes poetry pop

POP events are designed to 'pop' up anywhere, for anyone, by anyone.

POP’S mission is to create experiences to connect our Auckland neighbourhoods.

Grand design in Venice

AUT University spatial design students, Ethan Horne and Celia Hall, with their artworks to be exhibited at the Venice ...

Spatial design students from AUT University will be exhibiting their artwork at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Digital knee brace aids rehab video

Arien Hielkema with a 3D printed cast of his knee and electronic joints at AUT University.

A new synthetic leg brace hopes to direct rehab exercises outside of physiotherapist guidance.

Social housing redevelopment announced

Additional social housing is being created in Northcote to meet demand

Housing New Zealand properties will be redeveloped into 56 new homes on Auckland's North Shore.

School bus crash injures two children

A school bus and truck were involved in an accident on Albany Highway.

Two students have been injured after a school bus crashed on Auckland's North Shore.

Red light runners targeted video

Police and Auckland Transport staff have targeted four Auckland intersections for red light runners.

Red and yellow light runners will be fined or educated as part of a Police and Auckland Transport campaign.

Making each day count

Judy Bailey, second left, joins Hospice North Shore staff and volunteers to kick off its awareness week.

Hospice North Shore is hoping to get people thinking about what's important to them.

Encouraging girls to be the boss

GirlBoss founders from left, Sayurie Naicker, Alexia Hilbertidou and Kayla Turner.

A company started by three teenagers is inspiring young women to pursue their dreams.

Cat shot, owner shocked

Jake Eves, 11, with cat Mario and the air rifle pellet found embedded in his side.

Sam Eves was surprised to discover the lump in his cat's side was an air rifle pellet.

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