Man found injured on footpath dies

The man was found injured on the footpath of Zelda Ave, Ōtara.

4 min ago  Armed police are stationed at a street where a man died in Auckland after gunshots were heard.

Police investigate death in Auckland

A person was assisting police with their investigation into the death.

6:49 AM  The death of a man overnight in Manurewa is being investigated by police.

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$50 weekly parking 'a joke'

One worker on Corinthian Drive said he thought it was a good move as sometimes people needed "a little push" to use ...

Auckland Transport will roll out an unpopular parking charge at a congested bus station.

Military under fire over foam

Specialist litigation firm Shine Lawyers wants to see the Defence Force carry out wider, more transparent PFAS testing ...

The Defence Force is defending its methods of testing for fire-fighting foam contamination.

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Renewed concern for missing woman video

Michelle Simpson, 50, went missing on Monday.

The search for west Auckland's Michelle Simpson, who has a mental impairment, heads into its second evening.

Mum: Sroubek 'not a bad person'

Kickboxer Jan Antolik, whose real name is Karel Sroubek, is a Czech national who was jailed for importing MDMA into New ...

The mother of Czech drug smuggler Karel Sroubek asks immigration minister to give him 'one last chance'.

Cinema groper's OCD urges

Attul Kumar Patel was sentenced on Tuesday at the High Court in Auckland (file photo).

Man who inappropriately touched women and a teen girl couldn't control his hands, court hears.

Justice wanted after crowbar attack

Stacey Lawrence was seriously injured when she was allegedly attacked by a group of people in Wellsford.

A trip to the petrol station ended in terror for 15-year-old Stacey Lawrence. More than a month later her attackers have not been found.

'Havoc' at Auckland courts

PSA members from the Ministry of Justice strike outside the Auckland District Court.

Court staff are refusing to sign legal documents for almost a month as industrial action escalates.

Baby suffers serious injuries

A baby sustained serious injuries last Thursday in Mt Wellington, Auckland.

Police are investigating after an 8-week-old baby suffered serious injuries at a house in Auckland.

Sroubek briefing 'ignored'

Kickboxer Jan Antolik, whose real name is Karel Sroubek, is a Czech national who was jailed for importing MDMA into New ...

National MP says a full briefing on the drug smuggler in residency saga would expose immigration minister "as making a very poor decision".

'Creepy' dead possums hanging

Possums are viewed as pests in New Zealand.

The animals were found cable-tied by their tails, but why they were there is a mystery.

New kids on the Warriors block video

Adam Keighran adds much needed depth the Warriors' halfback stocks.

Who are they, where are they from and and how will they fit into Stephen Kearney's Warriors puzzle.

$91m Auckland housing boost

The project is a big step towards Auckland's housing needs, Auckland Mayor Phil Goff said.

Owners chipping in for roads, water will speed up housing development, Government says.

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Delays on Auckland motorways

Motorists are advised to expect "significant" delays after multiple crashes on Auckland motorways.

Call for Lime lights ban video

Going home a death sentence

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Armistice Day commemorated

The Field of Remembrance opposite the Auckland War Memorial Museum has a cross for every soldier killed in World War I.

Auckland has commemorated 100 years since the end of World War I on November 11, 1918.

Police searching after man shot

Police are searching for a person who shot a man in the shoulder with an air rifle in the east Auckland suburb of ...

The victim and offender involved in the Maraetai shooting were known to each other, police say.

Funding needed for SMA treatment

Aucklander Fiona Tolich, 37, said has seen the difference Spinraza makes to SMA patients.

$1 million treatment could save Kiwis from spinal muscular atrophy that was previously untreatable.

Shake-up at Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport chief executive Shane Ellison is leading the agencies first internal shake-up.

Some staff at Auckland Transport will have to reapply for jobs as a restructure starts to roll-out.

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What's pooing in the water?

Human waste far outstrips that of any other animal for contaminating Auckland's swimming sites (file photo).

Human waste far outstrips that of any other animal for contaminating Auckland's swimming sites, tests reveal.

Baby suffers serious injuries

A baby sustained serious injuries last Thursday in Mt Wellington, Auckland.

Police are investigating after an 8-week-old baby suffered serious injuries at a house in Auckland.

Armistice Day commemorated

The Field of Remembrance opposite the Auckland War Memorial Museum has a cross for every soldier killed in World War I.

Auckland has commemorated 100 years since the end of World War I on November 11, 1918.

Swift 'seen on an e-scooter' video

Ben Prince-Saxon says he saw Taylor Swift riding a Lime electric scooter in Mission Bay.

'Shake It Off' songstress - or her lookalike - spotted zipping though Auckland's Mission Bay.

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Man found injured on footpath dies

The man was found injured on the footpath of Zelda Ave, Ōtara.

Armed police are stationed at a street where a man died in Auckland after gunshots were heard.

Cinema groper's OCD urges

Attul Kumar Patel was sentenced on Tuesday at the High Court in Auckland (file photo).

Man who inappropriately touched women and a teen girl couldn't control his hands, court hears.

'Havoc' at Auckland courts

PSA members from the Ministry of Justice strike outside the Auckland District Court.

Court staff are refusing to sign legal documents for almost a month as industrial action escalates.

Delays on Auckland motorways

A lane into the city is blocked on the northwestern following a crash on Tuesday morning.

Motorists are advised to expect "significant" delays after multiple crashes on Auckland motorways.

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$50 weekly parking 'a joke'

One worker on Corinthian Drive said he thought it was a good move as sometimes people needed "a little push" to use ...

Auckland Transport will roll out an unpopular parking charge at a congested bus station.

Military under fire over foam

Specialist litigation firm Shine Lawyers wants to see the Defence Force carry out wider, more transparent PFAS testing ...

The Defence Force is defending its methods of testing for fire-fighting foam contamination.

Armistice Day commemorated

The Field of Remembrance opposite the Auckland War Memorial Museum has a cross for every soldier killed in World War I.

Auckland has commemorated 100 years since the end of World War I on November 11, 1918.

Fortnite on parents' cards video

Fortnite, although a free online game, has in-app purchases in its game store.

Tanya Kane's young son racked up $500 in Fortnite purchases on her credit card. She didn't know until six months later.

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Military under fire over foam

Specialist litigation firm Shine Lawyers wants to see the Defence Force carry out wider, more transparent PFAS testing ...

The Defence Force is defending its methods of testing for fire-fighting foam contamination.

What's pooing in the water?

Human waste far outstrips that of any other animal for contaminating Auckland's swimming sites (file photo).

Human waste far outstrips that of any other animal for contaminating Auckland's swimming sites, tests reveal.

Wharf fix won't solve problems

The future of the closed Northcote Point Wharf was decided by Auckland Transport on November 13.

AT to spend $1m to extend the life of Northcote Point wharf - but ferries will still be cancelled.

$91m Auckland housing boost

The project is a big step towards Auckland's housing needs, Auckland Mayor Phil Goff said.

Owners chipping in for roads, water will speed up housing development, Government says.

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Military under fire over foam

Specialist litigation firm Shine Lawyers wants to see the Defence Force carry out wider, more transparent PFAS testing ...

The Defence Force is defending its methods of testing for fire-fighting foam contamination.

Auckland murderer wins appeal

Before he murdered a teenager, Hayden Taylor raped former sex worker Amanda Watt, drove her to Muriwai Beach and tried ...

A man who raped and killed a teenager has won an appeal which will allow him a better chance of being granted parole.

'Creepy' dead possums hanging

Possums are viewed as pests in New Zealand.

The animals were found cable-tied by their tails, but why they were there is a mystery.

Fire guts Waimauku house video

The house was destroyed by the fire.

Four people have been injured in a blaze that took hold of a family home in northwest Auckland.

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Kiwis come good in final test

New Zealand's Joseph Tapine celebrates his try with Jesse Bromwich, Adam Blair and Kenny Bromwich.

OPINION: We did not just beat England, we absolutely flogged them 34-0.

Armistice Day commemorated

The Field of Remembrance opposite the Auckland War Memorial Museum has a cross for every soldier killed in World War I.

Auckland has commemorated 100 years since the end of World War I on November 11, 1918.

Abused as a child leads to app

As a child sexual abuse survivor and chief executive officer of MyRiver, Akerei Maresala-Thomson wants people to use ...

A former policeman shares his story of being sexually abused as a child, in hopes of inspiring youth to seek support through the use of technology.

Auckland Buddhists building houses

The Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal Charitable Trust is building more than 30 homes on land it owns in south Auckland.

Buddhist developer offered KiwiBuild the chance to get involved in its housing project. The reply was "no thanks".

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Military under fire over foam

Specialist litigation firm Shine Lawyers wants to see the Defence Force carry out wider, more transparent PFAS testing ...

The Defence Force is defending its methods of testing for fire-fighting foam contamination.

Justice wanted after crowbar attack

Stacey Lawrence was seriously injured when she was allegedly attacked by a group of people in Wellsford.

A trip to the petrol station ended in terror for 15-year-old Stacey Lawrence. More than a month later her attackers have not been found.

$91m Auckland housing boost

The project is a big step towards Auckland's housing needs, Auckland Mayor Phil Goff said.

Owners chipping in for roads, water will speed up housing development, Government says.

Armistice Day commemorated

The Field of Remembrance opposite the Auckland War Memorial Museum has a cross for every soldier killed in World War I.

Auckland has commemorated 100 years since the end of World War I on November 11, 1918.

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Renewed concern for missing woman video

Michelle Simpson, 50, went missing on Monday.

The search for west Auckland's Michelle Simpson, who has a mental impairment, heads into its second evening.

Cinema groper's OCD urges

Attul Kumar Patel was sentenced on Tuesday at the High Court in Auckland (file photo).

Man who inappropriately touched women and a teen girl couldn't control his hands, court hears.

'Creepy' dead possums hanging

Possums are viewed as pests in New Zealand.

The animals were found cable-tied by their tails, but why they were there is a mystery.

Delays on Auckland motorways

A lane into the city is blocked on the northwestern following a crash on Tuesday morning.

Motorists are advised to expect "significant" delays after multiple crashes on Auckland motorways.

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