North Shore Times
Dame Trelise Cooper cut the ribbon on a $2.2 million art and design building at Pinehurst School.
Young women travelling overseas are warned to stay vigilant because of the growing human trafficking industry.
A North Shore gym group is going another round against cancer, taking part in their second Relay for Life event.
North Shore MP Maggie Barry plans to host an "inclusive" public meeting on Bayswater Marina's future.
A bus shelter rejected by the former North Shore City Council because it would be hazardous to traffic is back on the agenda.
New volumetric wastewater charges are being introduced for commercial users across Auckland.
A beach party came to a dramatic end in Castor Bay after a bonfire spread to nearby bush.
Giving Aucklanders the chance to say what they love about the Hauraki Gulf is close to the heart of a PhD student's work.
A rescue package should have been offered to a cash-strapped RSA says former mayor.
Twelve months ago, Jaden Burrell achieved something special at Harbour Sport's Shore To Shore event.
An international student has raised $70,000 in just a month to cement his place in medical school.
Despite offering a reward for confirmed sightings of the bulbul, DOC hasn’t caught a single bird.
Jade Alexander is baring all in an effort to rally support for her march against dolphin hunting in Japan.
A New Zealand interactive show for children is a possible world first and is paving the way for kids' TV.
Ben Dalton of Takapuna, who has a holiday home at Algies Bay, blitzed the 700-person field in the 7km run with a time of 36 minutes.
Pamela Jones was diagnosed with melanoma in January 2013 within two weeks of her diagnosis she was on the operating table for the first of five operations.
Growing measles cases are a reminder of the importance of immunisation, Waitemata District Health Board chief executive Dale Bramley says.
It started as a "foolish idea" but the Paremoremo Raft Race has turned into a battle of designs for its plucky participants.
Takapuna RSA's members will vote whether to put the 78-year-old club into liquidation.
Takapuna is the right location for an elite national sailing centre but faster decisions are needed, says mayor Len Brown.
Making all Aucklanders pay a council income tax is a possibility, Mayor Brown say.
Based on a real-life dog, Anzac Puppy is the tale of Freda, a Great Harlequin Dane.
People are being asked to watch out for scammers offering to sell phony AT HOP Cards for $20.
There aren't many sports in which a 6-year-old can take on one of the world's best and be in with a chance.
Police were called to the East Coast and Kenmure roads after a car collided with the rear of a parked car and rolled.
Hospitals should look to introduce medical chaperones for patients from ethnic backgrounds, an academic says.
Hall's Corner, a literal cornerstone of Takapuna's CBD, is up for sale - for the first time in 107 years.
A small stream leading into Mairangi Bay beach is so polluted it could pose a serious health risk.
Local board member Grant Gillon believes that MP Maggie Barry's proposed bill is aimed squarely at him.
McKenzie Joyce-Quinn is exposed to an exciting new world of sound and opportunity as she plays in the garden of her Massey home.
Action taken to protect a popular beachfront reserve has been labelled as "pathetic" by a businessman.
A man is recovering from serious leg injuries after he was run over by a tractor on a steep grassy slope in Greenhithe.
A father is doing what he can, including selling one of the family cars, to fundraise for a $7000 musical trip for his son.
Vege enthusiasts lobbying for berms to be used to grow produce have been granted a reprieve while rules are reviewed.
A widower is appalled by the theft of a floral sculpture from his late wife's grave.
A fire broke out in the air conditioning unit of a bus travelling through Takapuna.
Dread Peter has promised to chop off his 12-year-old dreadlocks to support the Child Cancer Foundation.
North Shore police are urging residents to keep their houses secure, even if they're at home.
North Americans chasing an endless summer have chosen to make a Takapuna apartment block their southern home.
Three women are allegedly working together to distract victims and snatch their handbags.
Public health officials are bracing for more cases of measles after 20 students were struck down at Westlake Boys High School.
Homeowners on the Shore could be in for a rates rise double the Auckland average.
Promising student Melissa Kerr has just begun her third round of the treatment since being diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
The Bays Community Housing Trust has opened a five-bedroom house for single women over 65 who do not own their own property and have limited assets.
Production overcomes pitiful start
A play is up for seven awards, despite only two people showing up for opening night.
A development company will get on with its high-rise plans in Milford after a win in the Environment Court.
Deep Creek Rd has been closed and bus services disrupted after a gas main ruptured.
After the loss of her brother in a head-on car crash in Taupo, Heidi was more than 250 kilometres away in Auckland and facing the prospect of being alone while grieving.
Auckland Curling wish for a purpose built facility may get off the ground with the help of grant from Auckland Council's community development funding pool.
Letitia Reddington had to put down the family cat after it was attacked at the secluded Chelsea Bay Reserve, which borders her house.
Should we raise the retirement age?