Why the heck has Waiheke's freight been cut

Fullers 360 ferry services from Auckland's ferry terminal to Matiatia Wharf on Waiheke Island are set to change from ...

15 min ago  Waiheke businesses might not stay afloat with cuts to Fullers freight services.

Auckland ward changes scaled back

A review of ward boundaries was needed because of a growing population in some parts of Auckland.

3:11 PM  Community opposition is likely to lead to the scuttling of some proposed ward boundary changes in Auckland.

Man dies under car

A man is dead after a "tragic traffic accident" in Pitlochry Place, police said.

2:49 PM  A man has died after being trapped under a vehicle while pushing it down a driveway, police say.

Scars tell a story video

Joshua Sade-Inia once wanted to end his life. Now he wants to use it to inspire others.

Joshua Sade-Inia once wanted to end his life. Now he wants to use it to inspire others.

Burns after garage fire

Two people suffered burns in a garage fire in Carruth Rd.

Two people were treated for burns after a blaze in south Auckland's Papatoetoe.

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Man dies under car

A man is dead after a "tragic traffic accident" in Pitlochry Place, police said.

A man has died after being trapped under a vehicle while pushing it down a driveway, police say.

Fears of childcare traffic chaos

Mahesh Muthu, with fellow neighbours, says their quiet cul-de-sac in east Auckland is not suitable for parent pick-ups ...

Residents say their quiet cul-de-sac is no place for a 60-child daycare centre.

Asian background 'will' help new councillor video

Paul Young, says he wants to improve the integration of cultural communities in Auckland.

Newly elected Howick councillor Paul Young's priorities include better transport, improved public safety and better community integration.

Building delayed till Christmas

The build of a new mental health unit at Middlemore has been in progress since 2016. Pictured here in May 2017.

The multimillion dollar rebuild of a mental health unit at Middlemore Hospital has restarted following the collapse of its original construction firm.

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Scars tell a story video

Joshua Sade-Inia once wanted to end his life. Now he wants to use it to inspire others.

Joshua Sade-Inia once wanted to end his life. Now he wants to use it to inspire others.

Burns after garage fire

Two people suffered burns in a garage fire in Carruth Rd.

Two people were treated for burns after a blaze in south Auckland's Papatoetoe.

Speed cameras earn $15m

A speed camera in New Lynn, Auckland, has issued $2.4m worth of notices since it went active in March.

There's been 161,381 tickets from the new speed cameras put in this year.

Lawyer's home detention for fraud

Mohammed Idris Hanif was sentenced for his part in New Zealand's first human trafficking conviction.

Mohammed Idris Hanif gave false information to immigration staff in visa applications for trafficked Fijian workers.

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Speed cameras earn $15m

A speed camera in New Lynn, Auckland, has issued $2.4m worth of notices since it went active in March.

There's been 161,381 tickets from the new speed cameras put in this year.

Homeless victims of camping ban?

The freedom camping bylaw cannot make a distinction between someone on holiday and somebody living in a car.

Homeless Aucklanders living in their cars could fall foul of council's new freedom camping bylaw.

Boat ramp gate a 'nightmare'

The gate will be locked with a combination code overnight to discourage revellers and vandalism.

A boat ramp security gate was intended to keep out vandals, but is obstructing boaties as well.

Multi-millionaires: Push marina sales through

Simon Herbert, pictured with wife Paula, has development plans for Auckland's Hobsonville Marina, but some nearby ...

Proposer of controversial Auckland marina developments says ratepayers "expect more from these spaces".

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Living with arthritis, aged 8 video

Esme Stewart-Smith is one of 647,000 New Zealanders living with arthritis.

Esme is one of 647,000 Kiwis living with arthritis but as a primary school pupil, she's not your typical case.

Car park used for board meeting

Three cars stacked on top of each other send a message about wasted public space caused by parking.

Businesses take over Devonport car parks for meetings, mini gyms, play space and other pursuits.

Suburban brothel shut down

A large fence surrounds a Northcote house that has been operating outside of suburban brothel regulations in Auckland.

Auckland man forced to close business because of employee numbers.

$350K-plus for EV shuttle

The growth of the electric vehicle market is being planned for in Taupo, with five electric vehicle charging stations ...

A new council-backed EV shuttle will cost Auckland ratepayers hundreds of thousands.

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Speed cameras earn $15m

A speed camera in New Lynn, Auckland, has issued $2.4m worth of notices since it went active in March.

There's been 161,381 tickets from the new speed cameras put in this year.

$340m for Auckland subdivisions video

Phil Goff and Phil Twyford at the Redhills subdivision in northwest Auckland.

A new Government infrastructure announcement is similar to one made by National last year.

Piglet needs help to get home video

Little Miss Piggy was picked up at Swanson by animal management.

Found wandering the streets, Little Miss Piggy wants to go wee, wee, wee home.

Kaipara scallop ban

The shellfish is in decline in the Kaipara Harbour (file image).

People will not be able to take anymore of the shellfish from October 23.

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Junkyard man faces homelessness video

Angus McIntyre has lived at the site for the past two years but is now on the search for somewhere else to live.

Angus McIntyre's time living at an Auckland junkyard is up after he receives a final eviction notice.

573 extra cars per hour

The map shows the planned construction to connect Conifer Grove and Waiata Shores, which residents oppose.

Residents are vowing to fight plans to turn their secluded street into a shortcut for Auckland commuters.

Homeless victims of camping ban?

The freedom camping bylaw cannot make a distinction between someone on holiday and somebody living in a car.

Homeless Aucklanders living in their cars could fall foul of council's new freedom camping bylaw.

Deadly syndrome mistaken for colic video

Five-month-old Tallan Williams underwent open heart surgery on Friday morning after doctors diagnosed a potentially ...

Baby Tallan was thought to have colic until a chest x-ray showed he had a rare heart defect.

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Speed cameras earn $15m

A speed camera in New Lynn, Auckland, has issued $2.4m worth of notices since it went active in March.

There's been 161,381 tickets from the new speed cameras put in this year.

Sediment pollutes pristine stream video

This photo was taken after heavy rainfall on August 29

Sediment has turned a once-pristine stream muddy brown, raising concerns about a large housing development.

Movies, hair salons trim noise

Gaylene Chambers started Chambers & Co to help her community and people with autism around the world.

A mother of an autistic boy is driving a number of sensory-friendly sessions at the movies and hairdresser's.

Kaipara scallop ban

The shellfish is in decline in the Kaipara Harbour (file image).

People will not be able to take anymore of the shellfish from October 23.

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