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'Violated' by light bulb spy cam video

A bridesmaid discovered a light bulb with a spy camera at a rental home in West Auckland.

Bridal party lodges complaint over shock find at rental home - and others may have also been spied on.

Truck shop 'fighting a giant'

Salvation Army social policy lawyer Ronji Tanielu at The Good Shop's launch on Tuesday in south Auckland.

A new kind of truck shop has been launched to hit back against south Auckland's roaming loan sharks.

Six60: Know before you go

Six60 performing live during their 2017/18 summer tour.

Heading to see Six60 in Auckland? We've got everything you need to know to enjoy the event.

Freedom camping site opposed

Plans would allow for up to six non-self contained vehicles in the northern car park of Little Shoal Bay Reserve. (File ...

Residents fear an increase in rubbish and toilet waste if a North Shore freedom camping site is allowed.

BP overcharges customers

A system glitch at BP Millwater led to customers being charged 3 cents a litre more than the advertised price.

The BP station in Millwater charged customers 3 cents more a litre.

Eden Park council control mooted

Trust-owned Eden Park could move more under council control in a future bail-out package

Eden Park could lose independence and come more under Auckland council control following a planned bail out.

Missing Auckland man found

Tony Karaman was last seen at the Westgate Shopping Centre.

West Aucklander Tony Karaman, 54, was missing from his home for 11 days.

Inside Gilda Kirkpatrick's home gallery video

Kirkpatrick's kitchen was updated but left in the same position in the house. It's another of her favourite spaces as ...

The Real Housewives of Auckland star lives on one of the city's most exclusive streets.

Man trapped in crash

A tractor hit a power pole at the intersection of Tūākau Rd and Buckland Rd on Tuesday morning.

Police say tractor driver lost control as he came around a corner.

Are hidden cameras legal?

Michael Kouk and a bridesmaid discovered a light bulb with a spy camera at a rental home in west Auckland.

Hidden cameras are increasingly easy to buy. What does the law say about cameras hidden in holiday rentals?

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Power outage in Auckland

A Vector spokeswoman says there is a fault which has affected a feeder in Northcote.

It is expected people in the Auckland suburb of Northcote will get power back at midday.

'About $1 million a fruitfly'

Biosecurity Minister Damien O'Connor was in Devonport on Sunday to field questions, shadowed by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff ...

Cost of fruit fly discovery revealed by minister who says trading partners have also been notified of the issue.

Biosecurity searching for more flies video

Biosecurity officers are working to determine if there are any more fruit flies in Devonport.

No more fruit flies have been found in Devonport yet, but the search is still underway.

Fruit fly discovered in Auckland video

Residents will be restricted in transporting fruit and vegetables.

Biosecurity operation underway on the North Shore after the invasive pest was found in a trap.

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Missing Auckland man found

Tony Karaman was last seen at the Westgate Shopping Centre.

West Aucklander Tony Karaman, 54, was missing from his home for 11 days.

Nails to protect flowers 'horrid' video

Nails and stakes were put in place to stop people from sitting on or picking the flowers.

Sick of people sitting on her planter boxes, Holly Southernwood put in spikes and nails. Then came the complaints.

Raw sewage at swimming spot

Raw sewage has been leaking onto the Kaipara River from a large underwater wastewater pipe in Parakai.

Residents disgusted as human faeces spills into Auckland river from leaking pipe.

Anger over dog registration costs video

Blue and Nala cost hundreds to register every year.

Dog owner fined more than $3000 for not registering dogs wants council to reconsider annual fee.

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Crushed and dragged by truck

Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter crews were called to 11 missions across the wider region over the weekend.

A man run over by his own truck in Wellsford was "saved" by the quick-thinking actions of first responders.

Fishing trip turns life-threating

Orewa beach, north Auckland, where three people have been rescued after a water incident.

Seconds after Chris Atkinson and his mates sent out a distress call their boat sunk.

Nails to protect flowers 'horrid' video

Nails and stakes were put in place to stop people from sitting on or picking the flowers.

Sick of people sitting on her planter boxes, Holly Southernwood put in spikes and nails. Then came the complaints.

Naked burglar steals inflatable swan

The man was captured on camera wandering around naked before making off with a blow up swan and hat.

A Northland couple are feeling "utterly violated" after a man got naked on their deck, urinated in their pool and took their belongings.

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