North Shore Times
The unwelcome noise of flying drones is frustrating beachgoers who want them banned from public parks.
Auckland's SPCA volunteers put in hard but rewarding work. How they manage not to adopt everything, is anyone's guess.
A local body authority wants control of North Head but not before the government pays for maintenance work.
Sailors leaving naval base for Christmas will get a sobering safety message in the form of car wrecks at the exits.
The family of an elderly woman trapped in her car in a creek are filled with gratitude towards her rescuers.
There is a serious production line at work amidst joke telling, laughter and the banter of a group of Auckland knitters.
Brody Pike describes his cystic fibrosis like having a bug inside him. "Its stings, but its not that bad."
Despite the ocean between them these 72-year-old pen pals have long-distance friendship down pat.
Police are investigating an assault on Auckland's North Shore that left a teen hospitalised with head injuries.
Len Brown hopes new agency Development Auckland will speed up work on solving Auckland's housing shortage.
A former taxi driver has won New Zealand's most prestigious science award.
After ten years in retirement, Takapuna Beach will be the spot for former ironman Cory Hutchings' comeback.
Police praise unknown motorist who stopped to help constable getting beaten up.
The Salvation Army knows all too well the financial pinch families can feel at Christmas.
Auckland school students are set to embark on a United States cultural leadership exchange this month.
The fatal stabbing of an Auckland mother happened just hours before a men's march against violence towards women.
It looked like a typical Kiwi state housing development. It was actually a fort, barracks, engine room and tunnels.
When Lawrence Liew isn't making a living as a real estate agent, he's popping. Yes, popping.
One music fan, 10 days in Las Vegas and a meet and greet with an international pop superstar.
A navy crew will be working hard to share Christmas warmth in freezing southern waters.
Passions have flared over new concept drawings for the redevelopment of a North Shore car park.
Public sports parks in Devonport will be chemical-free thanks to "vigilant" residents.
Each one of Taine's 400 beads represented a part of his painful cancer journey and now they are gone.
A camera to monitor dogs at an Auckland beach is a needless invasion of privacy, critics say.
To gain more knowledge in her chosen career, Kimble Henderson has spent the last year away from her family to study in Wellington.
Local board members tired of feeling "impotent" may push for de-amalgamation of Auckland super-city.
A government U-turn on the Northern Busway extension will improve the North Shore's public transport.
Firefighters were forced to dodge falling concrete tiles to put out a suspicious house fire in Auckland.
New drink-driving rules will kick in on December 1 with lower blood and breath alcohol limits.
Cyclist Chris Werry loathes lycra, but he's desperate to get more people on their bikes.
Information found on a residential driveway has breached the privacy of 11 North Shore Hospital patients.
Stolen jewellery worth thousands of dollars has been found buried in an Auckland garden.
The North Shore holds a hand in the high stakes game of raising $12 billion transport funding.
New plans have been unveiled for a controversial yachting centre on Takapuna Beach Reserve.
Alarmed at the protectiveness of today's children, Tessa Duder hopes her new book encourages kids to take risks.
A North Shore primary school student celebrated her writing debut with a star-studded charity book launch.
The Devonport ferry is donning a moustache for the month of November.
Playing tunes from 400 years ago links cornetto player Peter Reid to a distinct musical era.
Suzanne Stevenson wants everyone to know how deadly asthma can be.
Four people allegedly behind fraud offences against North Shore elderly women have been arrested.
75-year-old Balbir Singh Basra will be up at 2am on Auckland Marathon day to pray and prepare for the big race.
Report shows key changes to the Local Government Act will drastically affect funding to community projects.
You may knock on wood for luck, but it was a knock to the head that had miraculous results.
The North Shore Concert Band is dedicating a performance to hero Lucy Knight, a former band member.
Local board members have criticised Auckland Transport for high commuter ferry costs saying price forces people into their cars.
A man threatened to bash a dairy owner after his eftpos card declined when he tried to buy cigarettes.
Matt Quinlan was doing a chase-scene when he jumped. Watch what happens next.
Life-changing surgery means Maddy Dorrington can live life on two legs instead of two wheels.
The Korean Navy were treated to a rousing haka when they visited marae where NZ Navy become "warriors of the sea".
A woman has had her wallet stolen in the same supermarket where bag-snatch hero Lucy Knight was struck down.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?