North Shore Times
A range of households from Auckland's North Shore will help to evaluate the Council's waste service.
The Anzac Day parade will go ahead in Takapuna despite a decision to wind-up the nearly 80-year-old RSA.
Caleb Ryan has lived in a mouldy New York basement with five other people, mice and leaking ceilings, and the United States' biggest-ever storm, to keep his Broadway dream alive.
Greg Laughton is sports mad but a heart condition stops the 13-year-old from being much more than a spectator.
Brazen burglars smashed holes in a roof and tied sheets together to abseil into a mall and steal perfume.
Part of an Auckland road is cordoned off following a gas leak outside a petrol station.
Laughter yoga, or laughter clubs as they are known, are popping up all over Auckland as a social event.
A warrant of fitness system will see scooters return to Albany Junior High and its all part of students' canny business strategy .
Olympic swimmer Amaka Gessler is climbing out of the pool and into the business world.
A new roof, insulation, toilets and a parents changing room were all features of the PumpHouse's renovation.
The community has rallied to support families whose Housing New Zealand flats were destroyed by a fire.
Lucky save for woman after star Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy prompted her to get checked.
The head of a top Australian private school is returning to New Zealand to take charge of Kristin School.
The Cancer Society continued its push for plain pack cigarettes at its annual Relay for Life events.
Vandals have flung red paint all over a new skate park just weeks before it is due to open.
The country's one and only chess grandmaster will soon be nurturing up-and-coming talent in an old church hall.
Warrior Ben Henry paid a visit to the children of Onepoto Primary armed with brand new raincoats.
The Grief Centre Support and Education Charitable Trust is celebrating its fifth birthday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of New Zealand with Prince George in tow has sparked fond memories for one woman.
Trash 2 Treasure has given hundreds of recyclable toys to families and is part of this year's Ecofest North.
A navy medic described as a "champion" by the Chief of the Navy has won the 2013 New Zealand Defence Force Person of the Year.
Bombed, imprisoned, shipwrecked and forced to sell her engagement ring for food. It sounds like a movie plot, but it's actually Brenda Macduff's life story.
A cause close to Rex Willoughby's heart inspired him to climb Mt Everest, but the mission took a dramatic turn when he was helicoptered off.
'Balancing Buccaneer' an acrobatic star
Polio may have robbed Bill Wareham of his right leg but he went on to be an acrobat anyway.
Gaining a pair of $95,000 doctoral scholarships allows two Auckland siblings to help out dad.
A frustrated motorist has watched Lake Rd traffic worsen considerably over the last few years.
Takapuna firefighters vacated the historic 1950s station on Killarney St and moved into a new $4 million building on Wairau Rd.
Ronny Couling wasn't born when Oasis released its first album, but he might be the band's biggest fan.
Patients and visitors to hospitals need cheaper parking, says Grey Power Auckland.
Two high school students are training a kune kune pig for a community-minded project.
High school DJ plays for Rihanna, Bruno Mars
While other 16-year-olds juggle homework Joshua Strand is busy attracting the attention of superstars.
Work is under way on a "world-class" mental health facility on the Shore.
The ‘‘cannibalisation’’ of Sunnynook's bus service means elderly and disabled are cut off from society, resident says.
After 38 years filling customer's scripts, Browns Bay pharmacist Barry Lumsden is calling it quits.
A MRI magnet was craned into North Shore Hospital in the hope it will reduce a growing waiting list.
There are fears ‘cultural impact ambassadors’ will add costs to property owners wanting to get work done at home.
A University of Auckland team visited Pinehurst School to teach the teenagers how to give hearing protection talks to younger children.
Seven options for a new Torbay plaza have been drafted following a community meeting.
Massey's Albany campus opened in 1993 and celebrated it's 21st birthday with the help of five original staff.
Clothes that celebrate women have propelled a young fashion designer into the finals of an international competition.
Bilingual education ensures two languages are used as mediums of instruction for all school subjects.
Zoe Fifield was picked as one of three girls to share the role of Annie in the upcoming UK production.
A group of people with disabilities known as the ‘Jammers' will get their chance to shine this weekend.
A 20-year fight to get a second northern netball site may be finally gathering steam.
A child was hit by a car that had overtaken the vehicle stopping to let him cross.
A seaside suburb on Auckland's North Shore could be one day be the country's answer to San Francisco's Silicon Valley.
"A flag represents a country, not a logo, brand or political interests," crown loyalist says.
The corner dairy, with its blue signage and newspaper stands, has become a source of Kiwiana inspiration for oil painter Graham Young.
The Waitemata DHB Warriors dragon boat team put in a strong performance at the Auckland Regional Dragon Boat Championships.
Ever wondered what it's like piloting a multi-million dollar warship into Auckland's busy harbour?
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?