Auckland City Harbour News

Tree vigilante saving natives

Kingsland resident Tom Lusk showing off a young Totara sapling he has saved from Auckland Council weed spraying.

Auckland man saving young native plants from council designated spray-zone.

Sam Neill backs brother's drive fight

Sam Neill, who stars in Hunt for the Wilderpeople, has backed his brother's protest.

Police were called when Michael Neill and his neighbours staged a protest to save a reserve on their street. But he's got celebrity backing.

Central Leader

Woman assaulted in own driveway

The brutal attack happened on Sutherland Road in Point Chevalier.

"She was assaulted from behind without warning, while approaching her own car, in her own driveway."

Tree vigilante saving natives

Kingsland resident Tom Lusk showing off a young Totara sapling he has saved from Auckland Council weed spraying.

Auckland man saving young native plants from council designated spray-zone.

Eastern Courier

From Howick to Tokyo: not so lost in translation

Howick's Michelle Isemonger has been crowned Miss International New Zealand 2017 and enters the Miss International ...

Michelle Isemonger, last year's Miss Auckland, has been crowned Miss International NZ and competes in the global contest in November.

Housesit and save $20k

For newlywed couple on a budget, the Wongs, house-sitting provides a welcome holiday away from their compact and ...

Here's a golden opportunity - you could save $20,000 a year minding someone else's home and pets.

East & Bays Courier

Police urge caution on wet roads

A driver and a house escaped unscathed after this car skidded off the road.

A driver has had a near-miss with a house on the slippery roads.

Court battle over 32-year home

Niki Rauti has been in her state home since 1985.

Auckland woman refusing to move out of her home of three decades takes her row to the High Court.

Manukau Courier

'The Lord was with him'

The photo of Manahi showed him during happier times.

Haami Manahi, found dead outside south Auckland church, remembered as generous and strong-willed.

Battery-powered trains on the way

Phil Goff says the trains will take pressure off Auckland's transport system.

Mayor Phil Goff says the new trains will bring major benefits for south Auckland commuters.

North Harbour News

Auckland McDonald's robbed

McDonald's sign.

Police say four armed people threatened staff before fleeing with stolen cash.

'I've just had enough'

Sandee Rika says she couldn't sleep at night as she was 'worried' about her family's cars being broken into while parked ...

Auckland woman contemplates leaving the west after six car break-ins in two years.

North Shore Times

Emergency response at hospital

An burst water pipe at North Shore Hospital has now been repaired.

A water main burst and ambulances were being diverted away from North Shore Hospital.

Political ad misses bus

The ads by ActionStation criticise Jonathan Coleman's approach to mental health services, but Coleman says mental health ...

Auckland Transport refuses to run ad at bus stops criticising Health Minister Jonathan Coleman's approach to mental health.

Nor-west News

Auckland McDonald's robbed

McDonald's sign.

Police say four armed people threatened staff before fleeing with stolen cash.

From loss to blessings video

Emma Farry, author of book 'Beloved' at Muriwai beach where she lives.

A Muriwai author helped deal with loss of her mother by sitting on a rock at the beach.

Papakura Courier

Battery-powered trains on the way

Phil Goff says the trains will take pressure off Auckland's transport system.

Mayor Phil Goff says the new trains will bring major benefits for south Auckland commuters.

Ross: More parks space needed

The old Papakura Golf Course.

OPINION: Manurewa-Papakura Ward Councillor Daniel Newman recently commented about the need for Auckland Council to purchase more parks

Rodney Times

Stop-go in place on SH1 near Puhoi

A stop-go system was in place on SH1 north of Auckland. (File photo)

SH1 affected by a slip north of Auckland, causing major delays.

Warkworth's speedway prodigy

Scotty Farmer and his brother, Mark.

Once a student at Warkworth Primary who frequented the Whangateau dirt track, Scotty is now living and competing in California.

Western Leader

Eatery no longer an E grade

Wok Wok and Matsu Sushi are next to each other in Westcity Waitakere and were  forced to close down in April.

Two food court restaurants were closed because of rodents and cockroaches, one is now A-grade.

Auckland McDonald's robbed

McDonald's sign.

Police say four armed people threatened staff before fleeing with stolen cash.

Waiheke marketplace

Stormwater deluge leads to court action

Virgin bush at Charles Graves' property in Onetangi.

Waiheke Island residents are taking Auckland Transport to court over flooding.

Police investigate alleged assault on child

Sergeant Martin Felton wants to hear from anybody who witnessed the alleged assault on a child.

A stranger is alleged to have knocked down an 18-month-old girl in a supermarket.

Northland

'Give my $1270 back'

Megan Knight was "thrilled" by a snapshot artist Benjamin Lloyd sent of her $1200 canvas featuring rappers 50 Cent, ...

Art enthusiast says her brush with a philanthropic artist paints him in a new light.

Rival gangs meet over meth

Gang members face off in Northland ahead of Saturday's 'Keep it in the Ring' fight night.

Rival gangs will gather under one roof to "fight P" at a charity martial arts event in Northland, as police call in extra staff.

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