Central Leader

Grace's family 'extremely dignified' video

Date unknown. Downloaded from Grace Millane Facebook page. Image of Grace Millane, British backpacker killed in Auckland ...

Detective in charge of murder investigation publicly thanks family of Grace Millane for their "faith and trust".

Why a vigil for Grace feels right video

Grace Millane's body was found on Sunday in the Waitakere Ranges.

OPINION: It's not everyone's cup of tea. But it's better than hiding our tears and pretending we don't have a problem.

Eastern Courier

Author delves into NZ-US military history

Colleen Brown says the time the American soldiers spent in New Zealand had a major impact on the many Kiwis who ...

Tens of thousands of American soldiers were stationed in New Zealand during World War II.

Trains cancelled on Wednesday

A total of 105 Auckland trains will be cancelled on Wednesday.

A union meeting for rail staff means 105 Auckland trains will grind to a halt on Wednesday.

East & Bays Courier

WOF recalls still rocketing

Vehicle inspector Patrick Ah Wong of Super Cheap Tyres and Auto Services in St Johns has been immediately suspended by NZTA.

Nearly 20,000 vehicles need warrant of fitness rechecks following the suspension of a ninth Auckland vehicle inspector.

Community health pop-ups meet need

St John's Auckland central area committee ran a community health pop-up in Glen Innes on Sunday, offering free blood ...

A group of St John volunteers took to east Auckland streets to teach CPR, checking blood pressure and blood sugar.

Manukau Courier

Christmas hampers a 'godsend'

After her success with Christmas hampers, Hazel Craig is now working on gift hampers for children.

A south Auckland woman has been labelled a godsend after delivering Christmas hampers to families doing it hard this holiday season.

Author delves into NZ-US military history

Colleen Brown says the time the American soldiers spent in New Zealand had a major impact on the many Kiwis who ...

Tens of thousands of American soldiers were stationed in New Zealand during World War II.

North Harbour News

Thanks, gifts on orphanage return

Children at the Russian orphanage in Arkhangelsk where Auckland man Alex Gilbert spent his first two years.

Auckland man Alex Gilbert returns to the Russian orphanage where he started life.

Tame kingfish 'Murphy' killed

Signs at Gulf Harbour Marina indicate fishing is not allowed.

Sanctions considered after community "went wild" over the killing of much-loved kingfish, Murphy.

North Shore Times

15m cell tower an 'eyesore'

Todd Property Group "sold a vision", Long Bay resident Ian Hutchison says, which has been marred by the installation of ...

Residents of a new coastal development were dismayed to find a cell tower blocking the view: They want it moved.

Zebra crossing rules flouted

Over 200 vehicles went over the crossing during a half-hour period, a quarter of which failed to properly give way to ...

You should give way to a pedestrian anywhere on a crossing: One in 10 ignore the rule.

Nor-west News

Xmas packs for NICU families

After her son, Callum Manson, was born Hollie Moreton was inspired to donate back to the charity that had helped her.

A charity has sent 300 Christmas packs to families with prem babies, including one which had quadruplets.

Lightning narrowly misses car video

The lightning bolt that struck in front of Erin France's car.

Erin France shudders to think what might have happened had she not let the fire truck pass.

Papakura Courier

Christmas hampers a 'godsend'

After her success with Christmas hampers, Hazel Craig is now working on gift hampers for children.

A south Auckland woman has been labelled a godsend after delivering Christmas hampers to families doing it hard this holiday season.

Author delves into NZ-US military history

Colleen Brown says the time the American soldiers spent in New Zealand had a major impact on the many Kiwis who ...

Tens of thousands of American soldiers were stationed in New Zealand during World War II.

Rodney Times

Thanks, gifts on orphanage return

Children at the Russian orphanage in Arkhangelsk where Auckland man Alex Gilbert spent his first two years.

Auckland man Alex Gilbert returns to the Russian orphanage where he started life.

Chemical spill closes road

The crash happened on Whangaparaoa Rd, between D'Oyly Drive and Brightside Rd, Whangaparaoa Peninsula

A road in north Auckland is closed after a ute carrying unknown chemicals spilled its load

Western Leader

'Grace forever a Kiwi'

Grace Millane is believed to have met the man accused of murdering her through a dating app.

Grace Millane's father David thanked the New Zealand public for taking his daughter "into your hearts".

Grace Millane's family blessing

Vigils are being held across the country for Grace Millane.

Grace Millane was remembered by family and police staff at a blessing where her body was found.

Northland

Sewage treatment plants breach consents

Discharge from the Rāwene sewerage scheme near the Omanaia River.

Sewage discharge into the picturesque Hokianga Harbour is upsetting residents, with revelations several sewerage plants in the Far North are non-compliant.

Brynderwyn Hills road reopened

The incident occurred on a stretch of highway that snakes through the Brynderwyn Hills, Northland.

A truck carrying grain caught fire and was blocking SH1 just south of Waipu, Northland.

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