Central Leader

Boatie sentenced for ferry collision

An Auckland boatie has been sentenced to community service after colliding with a Fullers ferry in 2016. (FILE PHOTO)

An Auckland boatie has been sentenced to community service after colliding with a ferry in 2016.

Dominion Rd reopen after crash

A section of Dominion Rd is closed after a stolen vehicle crashed on Monday morning.

A crashed, stolen car is causing delays on a major Auckland road during peak-hour traffic.

Eastern Courier

MOE ditches high school plan

In May, Tessa tore her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), regardless of her injury, she still has to stand on her school bus.

A student with a bad knee injury is forced to sit on the floor of a shool bus due to over-crowding.

Son saw dad crushed by car

About four police cars were at the scene in Highland Park on Saturday.

A man who saw a car roll over his father ran for help with blood on his hands and feet, a witness says.

East & Bays Courier

Auckland's lost suburb video

Brewer Daniel Arkell lived in Newton east and ran for mayor in 1901.

Beneath Spaghetti Junction lies the long-gone suburb of Newton east. But one woman won't let it be forgotten.

Politician's chopper email war video

Ōrākei Local Board member Troy Churton sent numerous videos to the police about the helicopter.

Day and night, a politician stood outside, filming the Eagle helicopter. "F...ing unacceptable," he told police.

Manukau Courier

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.

North Shore Times

Taxi drivers removed from disability scheme

A large Auckland taxi company has had drivers removed from the Total Mobility scheme.

Unqualified Auckland taxi drivers have been stopped from transporting “vulnerable” passengers.

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.

Nor-west News

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.

Papakura Courier

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.

Rodney Times

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.

Western Leader

Boatie sentenced for ferry collision

An Auckland boatie has been sentenced to community service after colliding with a Fullers ferry in 2016. (FILE PHOTO)

An Auckland boatie has been sentenced to community service after colliding with a ferry in 2016.

A community cannabis trust?

Marta Rychert said it was important options for the legalisation of cannabis were looked at before the referendum was held.

Communities could vote to have a trust responsible for cannabis sales, researcher says.

Northland

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.

Man assaulted by hitchhikers

An elderly man was assaulted and dumped near the entrance to Kerikeri Airport, which is also known as Bay of Islands Airport.

Two hitchhikers assault an 82-year-old man before dumping him near Kerikeri airport and stealing his car.

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