North Shore Times
One of the country's last remaining family doctors to be delivering babies has hung up his stethoscope.
Nothing could derail a wheelchair train of more than 100 people from trying to break a Guinness World Record.
People are too lax about leaving valuables in their cars, luring in would-be thieves, police say.
The design for the proposed SkyPath uses composite materials found in the marine industry.
Auckland housing is expensive, but not as expensive as other major cities, figures show.
Little Rickson Yacko, 2, now has a better life thanks to New Zealand humanitarian organisation ROMAC and goodwill ambassador Lydia Ko.
John Hogan, the man who set up the Three Streams/Kauri Grove project planting kauri on three Albany reserves has passed away aged 97.
A garden has been planted in tribute to the 6-year-old who drowned in a kayaking accident.
Police have charged a 37-year-old man in connection to a carjacking at gunpoint.
There are "no solutions coming forward" for massive growth in Upper Harbour, local board member says.
New author Michael Kyriazopoulos, 38, has written a novel despite losing all mobility from motor neurone disease.
An 18-year-old has won a top award for singing in her school production, without one of the judges realising she was blind.
The scrapping of community education is the end of an era, one student says.
A high definition camera which fits in the palm of your hand is the latest technology to come out of what has been dubbed "Silicon Albany".
A shift to online distribution of movies and video games could spell the end for video stores.
Joseph's flat white offends customer
A nativity scene outside a popular coffee shop has left some customers with a bitter taste in their mouths.
There is concern intensification plans for land in Devonport will put greater strain on gridlocked Lake Rd.
A 10-year-old with a love for Taylor Swift and chickens has been invited to share the stage with two of New Zealand's renowned classical singers.
Children living in poverty on the North Shore are missing out on funding in favour of west and south Auckland, say a couple determined to help.
Vocal opponents of a controversial bike shed on Birkenhead Wharf now want a storage cage on the wharf for their exclusive use.
The number of people falling into the grip of common prescription drugs is alarming, says addiction service TRANX chief executive Shaz Picard.
The 6-year-old who drowned in a kayaking accident was a "stunning, lovely" young girl, her school's principal says.
Greenhithe's small, close-knit community is putting on its first Santa parade, just in time to help a local charity.
Firefighters leave Takapuna Fire Station in January but its future use remains up in the air.
The average Joe armed with a smartphone is becoming an effective crime fighting weapon, police say.
Land long sought for a bus shelter has been finally signed off and will cost just 10 cents a year.
Hospital staff are saving up to 15 minutes an hour since a slick smartphone app has replaced outdated pagers.
James Lee and Ethan Scharneck are good mates but know only one can win NZ's Got Talent.
A spate of incidents at a horse-riding facility has taken a turn for the worse with a suspicious fire.
Doctors' scrawl could be thing of the past
A shift to computerised prescribing at Waitemata District Health Board is improving patient safety.
Police have identified the main suspect in a car jacking incident on Sunday.
Two scientists want to launch research into the North Shore hum and are signing up sufferers to take part.
Cutting edge technology made at the Devonport Naval Base has been sold to the US Navy.
The Auckland Coastal Defences Historical Trust is conducting tours inside the Devonport tunnels including access to places normally off limits to the public.
Reading about a spate of break-ins at the Greenhithe Pony Club in the North Shore Times has prompted a Birkenhead choreographer to throw a fundraiser for the club.
Takapuna Beach Cafe wants to extend its hours and serve alcohol but is facing opposition.
Residents fighting to stop a controversial high rise development in Milford are "keeping their fingers crossed" on a final decision they will have to wait months for.
Freemasons in Takapuna once dominated local-body politics but 100 years later they now focus on charity work.
Andrew Vialoux flew remote control helicopters as a teenager, now he is taking to the skies for real.
Colin Craig's road into Parliament won't be made easier by National MPs on the Shore.
A sunny day saw the annual Onepoto Cultural Festival go off without a hitch.
Election promises to residents on Takapuna campground are proving hard for politicians to keep.
June Chitty (nee Phillips), 87, lived in Albany for more than 50 years and served on just about every committee going.
Maddie Hay was expecting to audition for the chorus in her first opera but instead she was offered the lead role.
Diwali and the Lantern Festival are recipients of council funding, but the Scottish Cultural Festival has again been denied.
Merciana Suess has won the title of Mrs Universe and wants to use her success as a platform to help youth.
A DJ who chucked in his golf tutoring career to make music will now share the stage with international artists David Guetta and Zedd.
Despite being bogged down in controversy, Albany's community pool finally looks like its going to be built.
A match made in sci-fi heaven
Paul Scoones loves Dr Who and is celebrating 50 years of the show with his wife Rochelle by displaying their massive collection of show memorabilia.
Do you have enough eggs and elbow grease to be North Shore's greatest pavlova maker?
Have the new speed limit rules made you change your driving habits?