Central Leader

Two deaths in two months

Fletcher Reinforcing, where 58-year-old Andrew d'Auriol died on the job in late November.

Fletcher Building is reviewing its safety practices after two staff were killed in incidents involving cranes.

Police dog job 'ticks all the boxes'

Since 2005 Senior Sergeant Pete Pedersen has been at the helm and late last year he was awarded a District Commander's ...

In 30 years, Senior Sergeant Peter Pedersen has seen a lot of changes in Auckland's police dog section. Including the arrival of cats.

Eastern Courier

Food poisoning surges in heat video

Food poisoning cases have surged with the heat, and the Auckland Regional Public Health Service believes chicken is to blame.

Chill that chicken - not storing meat out of the heat blamed for rocketing campylobacter cases.

Auckland beaches declared no-swim zones video

There are health warnings in place at 12 Auckland beaches, mostly in West Auckland.

People told to stay away from 12 swimming spots contaminated with human faeces.

East & Bays Courier

Uber Eats - for condoms

Conversations with their peers confirmed what the Package founders suspected - purchasing contraceptives in person is ...

Young people find buying condoms in stores 'embarrassing'. Three teenagers think they have the answer.

Rich school, poor school

When schools are rich, they're very rich - and when they're poor, they're not (file photo).

Inequity in action? Half of the $140m donated to schools in a year went to just 10 per cent of schools.

Manukau Courier

'Crazy driving' - child at the wheel

On Thursday, a child could be seen steering a car on an Auckland motorway while sitting on the driver's lap.

Witness stunned after seeing a child driving a car while an adult texted next to him.

Man stable after workplace incident

A man is now in a stable condition in hospital after he was critically injured after a workplace incident at VIP Plastic ...

A man is now in a stable condition in Middlemore Hospital after he was critically injured in a workplace incident in East Tamaki.

North Harbour News

'Help me! I've been shot'

Part of Whenuapai's Brigham Creek Rd was cordoned off on Monday morning following the shooting.

Mary assumed a neighbour was hunting rabbits. Then a bleeding man arrived on her doorstep.

Not even Christmas is safe video

Two children from the travelling family help themselves to the Christmas tree at Caltex Albany.

Unruly travelling family hit an Auckland Caltex four times. They even took the Christmas tree.

North Shore Times

Injuries after air gun fired

Foodstuffs, which owns New World, said it was thankful the customer was not seriously injured.

An Auckland woman was left with facial injuries after an air gun shattered a windscreen at a New World car park.

Not even Christmas is safe video

Two children from the travelling family help themselves to the Christmas tree at Caltex Albany.

Unruly travelling family hit an Auckland Caltex four times. They even took the Christmas tree.

Nor-west News

Worker injured after trench collapse

The man was removed from the trench by firefighters and loaded into an ambulance by paramedics.

A worker has been critically injured after a trench collapsed at a construction site in West Auckland.

Member of public finds body

Myung Kang was reported missing on Sunday evening.

The body of missing fisherman Myung Kang is believed to have washed ashore near Muriwai.

Papakura Courier

Pod of orca have a whale of a time

What is that? The pod of orca whales provided locals with evening entertainment.

A pod of orca provided south Auckland locals with an evening of entertainment.

Police dog job 'ticks all the boxes'

Since 2005 Senior Sergeant Pete Pedersen has been at the helm and late last year he was awarded a District Commander's ...

In 30 years, Senior Sergeant Peter Pedersen has seen a lot of changes in Auckland's police dog section. Including the arrival of cats.

Rodney Times

Orca belly display delights

One of the orcas flipped over exposing its while belly.

"It will be in our hearts forever": Father and son left buzzing after a close up with playful killer whales.

'Booted out' of op shop job video

Bridgit Gibbs said she was disgusted at the way the store's management treated her daughter, Becca.

Auckland woman forced out of the op shop where she volunteered after a complaint about her disability.

Western Leader

Sex toy thefts caught on camera

The man allegedly stole adult toys and DVDs from Peaches and Cream on Lincoln Road, Henderson.

Image of burglar with a penchant for sex toys released by West Auckland police

Bone marrow the 'ultimate koha' video

Jonnie Morath, 29, signed up to the bone marrow registry after losing a friend and colleague to leukaemia. There is a ...

Jonnie Morath became a bone marrow donor in memory of a friend. He'd do it again, "no second thought".

Northland

A year in a garage: 'I've given up' video

Jessica Olsen has been looking for a new home for her family for four months.

Scarlet Rose is planning to move into a truck because she cannot find a rental property.

Stolen treasures found

Stolen jewellery belonging to a 92-year-old has been recovered by police following a home invasion in Kawakawa.

A 92-year-old beaten in a home invasion will be reunited with her stolen treasures, including a gift from her late husband.

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