Auckland traffic: Motorways clear

Everything you need to know about traffic across Auckland (file photo).

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Cotton On workers to strike

Cotton On workers will picket Auckland's Queen Street on Monday.

Cotton On workers will picket Auckland's Queen Street on Monday, calling for staff to be paid a living wage.

Redundant? Send in the clown

Joseph Brosnahan, left, and Joshua Thompson, after the "awkward" redundancy meeting.

'You've brought a clown, that's a bit unusual': The star of NZ's weirdest redundancy meeting tells all.

Fullers services under microscope

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Transport Minister demands immediate fix to ongoing problems with Auckland's Waiheke Island and Devonport ferries.

Menopause leave on the cards?

Reproductive biologist Anna Ponnampalam says workplaces being willing to openly discuss menopause and the challenges it ...

As MPs overseas push for workplace menopause policies, Auckland academic says businesses here need to step up.

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Calls for help

Mental health and addiction counsellors at NTS handle 15000 phone or text sessions a month.

Who's answering the mental health helplines?

Aucklanders not voting in elections

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Aucklanders are less likely to vote in October's local body elections, and are less clued-up than other Kiwis.

In photos: Stolen kisses

On the outskirts of Masterton, an elderly couple get set for the Sunday drive.

As David White's photography shows, on New Zealand's streets, love is all around.

New Zealand's best dressed people

Jessica Grubisa

Kiwis who make an art out of putting on their clothes in the morning.

Deer tails, Jesus, and curry

Tai Ping supermarket is busier than the nearby Countdown in Northcote.

Do ethnoburbs shield Aucklanders from racism?

Trust warned against living wage

Annie Newman, the national co-ordinator of the Living Wage campaign.

Paper says community-owned Licensing Trusts shouldn't pay living wage.

Water view? $500k please

Hannah Blake bought her section for the view of Maungatautari Mountain.

Data shows just how much extra we'll pay for something nice to look at.

Lotto winner pockets $1m

An Aucklander has pocketed $1 million in Saturday night's Lotto.

Lucky Aucklander takes out First Division on Saturday night, but Powerball rolls over.

Kiwi student's 'rare' cancer diagnosis

Geneva Wilson had only recently celebrated her 24th birthday when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in July.

Months before graduating, Geneva Wilson's life has been upended by an aggressive form of breast cancer.

Live: Counties v Auckland

Counties Manukau's Daniel Hyatt runs with the ball during his side's 36-0 loss to Tasman last weekend.

Counties Manukau take on Auckland in a Mitre 10 Cup clash in Pukekohe.

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Cotton On workers to strike

Cotton On workers will picket Auckland's Queen Street on Monday.

Cotton On workers will picket Auckland's Queen Street on Monday, calling for staff to be paid a living wage.

Redundant? Send in the clown

'You've brought a clown, that's a bit unusual': The star of NZ's weirdest redundancy meeting tells all.

Fullers services under microscope

Potential $1m roundabout fix video

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'Disheartened' by attacks

Masooma Mehdi found one of her signs on Harris Rd, East Tamaki, broken on the ground.

Masooma Mehdi, who is standing for the Howick Local Board, said Islam was her faith but it wasn't all she represented.

Helping 'Jafas' settle in

Jax Francis, Shelly Castle, Diane Fagan and Lorraine Lee are part of Havak, a coffee group for former Aucklanders living ...

Members of a coffee group for ex-Aucklanders relish the abundance of cakes and dearth of traffic in the town they now call home.

Man charged over fatal crash

A 37-year-old man died after a crash on Aviemore Dr, Highland Park on August 9.

The driver is charged with drink-driving and dangerous driving, causing death after the east Auckland crash.

Man watched child abuse on ferry

Aden Seymour Garlick scrolled through images of naked children onboard a ferry to Auckland's Half Moon Bay (file photo).

Auckland man sent to prison for 19 months after fellow passengers saw what he was looking at, and phoned police.

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Critically injured in fight

One man was left in a critical condition and another arrested following a fight on Amy St, Ellerslie on Saturday morning.

One man fighting for his life, another man arrested after brawl in central Auckland suburb.

13-year-old's poverty mission

Harrison Collins delivers backpacks to his old school while volunteering in the holidays.

Year 9 student Harrison Collins is determined to give new entrants the chance to succeed at school.

Helping 'Jafas' settle in

Jax Francis, Shelly Castle, Diane Fagan and Lorraine Lee are part of Havak, a coffee group for former Aucklanders living ...

Members of a coffee group for ex-Aucklanders relish the abundance of cakes and dearth of traffic in the town they now call home.

Dealerships join gun buy-back

Gun City, in Penrose and Hunting and Fishing in Pukekohe will accept prohibited firearms and parts on behalf of the police.

Gun owners will have the option to hand in prohibited guns and parts to an Auckland dealership.

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Families 'scammed' of thousands

The mess Kumar left outside a home in Papatoetoe.

The builder seemed "very confident". But he left a "big mess", then cut off contact, Auckland residents say.

Mum's measles plea

The measles rash took about a week after Lakyn-Ray was admitted to Middlemore Hospital to show.

Baby Lakyn-Ray spent a week on life support. No other parent should have to go through that, mum says.

Major police training exercise

Increased police activity in Manukau Harbour no cause for concern.

A weekend training exercise will see an increased number of police in Manukau Harbour.

Grandstand for sale on Trade Me video

The grandstand has been described as "fire engine red that will go with any lounge decor".

The grandstand is "fire engine red" and can seat up to 60 people.

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Apology over burglary bungle

Marish Choi said she was upset with police and concerned about her safety after the burglary.

Complaint not recorded due to new cop, who didn't have access to crucial computer system, being assigned.

Whenuapai Airport: Would it work?

Air New Zealand is considering turning Whenuapai military base into a commercial flight hub.

To run domestic flights from the airbase, you'd need a terminal and car parks - and a long, hard look at security.

Auckland Airport 'raw deal'

Air New Zealand says when its customers get to Auckland Airport their experience there is well below standard.

Auckland Airport under attack for "suboptimal experience at a high cost".

Whenuapai 'won't fly'

Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon said the suggestion had been met with "a lot of positive feedback".

Auckland councillor wants second airport idea grounded, saying residents have rejected a similar proposal before.

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Fullers services under microscope

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Auckland ferries. Fullers.

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Transport Minister demands immediate fix to ongoing problems with Auckland's Waiheke Island and Devonport ferries.

Apology over burglary bungle

Marish Choi said she was upset with police and concerned about her safety after the burglary.

Complaint not recorded due to new cop, who didn't have access to crucial computer system, being assigned.

'Reimagining' Auckland's waste

Andrew Walters sorts through used wood at the Devonport Community Recycling Centre.

At a former landfill, old wheels and tubing are transformed into a go kart and an old bin makes a chair.

Sex complaints ignored

Former Marist Brother Michael Beaumont sits in the Auckland District Court after having pleaded guilty to three charges ...

The church was warned he was "too familiar" with young girls. But nothing was done - and he attacked again.

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Whenuapai Airport: Would it work?

Air New Zealand is considering turning Whenuapai military base into a commercial flight hub.

To run domestic flights from the airbase, you'd need a terminal and car parks - and a long, hard look at security.

Bodies found at beaches named

The body of Joseph Kenneth Fitchett, 20, was found at Muriwai Beach.

Police have identified two bodies that washed up at West Auckland beaches within 24 hours of each other.

Helping 'Jafas' settle in

Jax Francis, Shelly Castle, Diane Fagan and Lorraine Lee are part of Havak, a coffee group for former Aucklanders living ...

Members of a coffee group for ex-Aucklanders relish the abundance of cakes and dearth of traffic in the town they now call home.

Two bodies found at beaches

The man's body was found at North Piha on Monday afternoon.

Within two days, two bodies were found at Auckland's west coast beaches.

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Person dead after fiery crash video

The car is believed to have left the road before crashing into a shipping container, both of which burst into flames.

A car was engulfed in flames after it was driven into a shipping container at high speed

Missing 15-year-old found

Fifteen-year-old Leiloga Tapu was reported missing by her family on Monday, September 2.

Leiloga Tapu, 15, who had been missing since Monday, is now safe.

Car fled south Auckland crash

A car and motorbike collided on Great South Road in Takanini about 10.15pm on Friday night, leaving the motorcyclist ...

Police will be making inquiries to find a driver who collided with a motorbike, injuring the rider, in Takanini on Friday night.

$500,000 fine for death of elderly man

The site of the fatal mobility scooter accident in Papatoetoe where a 77-year-old man died in 2017.

Shannon Thomson Concrete Pumps Limited showed a "total lack of regard" for the dead man's family.

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Whenuapai Airport: Would it work?

Air New Zealand is considering turning Whenuapai military base into a commercial flight hub.

To run domestic flights from the airbase, you'd need a terminal and car parks - and a long, hard look at security.

Ant infestation 'hideous'

Ants are crawling out of the toilet, the dishwasher, even the cracks in the wall of a family home.

Ants are crawling out of the toilet, the dishwasher, even the cracks in the wall of a family home.

Accident or murder?

Aaron James Archer denies murdering 2-year-old Ariah Dawn Roberts.

Lawyer says client was "stupid" to swing child in a small room - but didn't commit murder.

Officer punched offender during arrest

The Independent Police Conduct Authority and police disagreed with each other's findings following an investigation into ...

The police watchdog says an officer should be punished for breaking an offender's nose but the police disagree.

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Trust warned against living wage

Annie Newman, the national co-ordinator of the Living Wage campaign.

Paper says community-owned Licensing Trusts shouldn't pay living wage.

Person dies in car park

Emergency services at the entrance to a car park at LynMall where a person has died.

Shoppers had to wait for hours to leave a car park after a death left them boxed in.

Whenuapai Airport: Would it work?

Air New Zealand is considering turning Whenuapai military base into a commercial flight hub.

To run domestic flights from the airbase, you'd need a terminal and car parks - and a long, hard look at security.

Netflix filming in Auckland

John Cho will film in Auckland for Netflix's reboot of Cowboy Bebop.

More than 400 people will work on the Netflix reboot of Cowboy Bebop.

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