Central Leader

Smirnoff's Lime e-scooter dig

Smirnoff takes a dig at Lime scooters over a technical issue which has caused the front wheels on some scooters to lock.

"Lime with no "technical issues": Smirnoff billboard makes light of technical glitch that has seen Lime e-scooters withdrawn in Auckland.

Bomb squad in central Auckland

Police notified the New Zealand Defence Force's bomb disposal team about a suspicious item in Morningside, Auckland ...

Police initially contacted the New Zealand Defence Force's bomb disposal team about a suspicious item.

Eastern Courier

'Shattered' by treatment delay

East Auckland woman Fiona Tolich has written an open letter to Pharmac saying the decision "will not break us".

Pharmac subcommittee says it wants more evidence before it commits to a $1 million treatment for spinal muscular atrophy.

Garden festival ends after 23 years video

Geoffrey Marshall has been one of the festival's directors for 23 years.

Auckland's Heroic Garden Festival has welcomed 300,000 people in 23 years, but a cancer diagnosis means this year is its last.

East & Bays Courier

Lime problem a 'software glitch' video

In an Auckland Council letter, Lime says the locking problem has been caused by a "software glitch".

A software glitch has sent Lime riders flying, and the company hasn't yet said if it's fixed.

Hundreds of code browns at pools video

Albany Stadium Pool has had more code browns than any other Auckland pool this summer.

Code browns, diarrhoea and vomit – Auckland pools have had it all.

Manukau Courier

Coach imprisoned for sex crimes

Alosio Taimo at his sentencing in the High Court in Auckland on Friday.

An Auckland school rugby coach found guilty of sexually abusing 17 boys has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.

Rewa 'capable of murder' video

Malcolm Rewa enters the dock at the High Court in Auckland where he was found guilty of the 1992 murder of Susan Burdett.

A woman raped by Malcolm Rewa two weeks before he murdered Susan Burdett knew he could kill.

North Harbour News

Kids bite into mouldy BK burgers

An Auckland woman claims she found mould in the buns she bought from Burger King Westgate.

Children complained of blackened buns in the car, then their mum found hers was mouldy too. And they're not the only ones to find 'green spots'.

Second arrest over shooting

A second man has been arrested in relation to a shooting in Whenuapai on January 14 which left a man "peppered" with ...

Police have arrested a second man in relation to a shooting in the Auckland suburb of Whenuapai last month.

North Shore Times

Hundreds of code browns at pools video

Albany Stadium Pool has had more code browns than any other Auckland pool this summer.

Code browns, diarrhoea and vomit – Auckland pools have had it all.

Cops: Alleged scammer fled country

James Nolan is wanted by police after failing to appear in the Auckland District Court.

Police release fourth man without charges as they say British national is believed to have left NZ.

Nor-west News

Kids bite into mouldy BK burgers

An Auckland woman claims she found mould in the buns she bought from Burger King Westgate.

Children complained of blackened buns in the car, then their mum found hers was mouldy too. And they're not the only ones to find 'green spots'.

Hundreds of code browns at pools video

Albany Stadium Pool has had more code browns than any other Auckland pool this summer.

Code browns, diarrhoea and vomit – Auckland pools have had it all.

Papakura Courier

Thieves steal from kids' graves

Items have allegedly been moved and taken from the graves of infants at the Papakura South cemetery.

Toys, trinkets and sentimental items have been disappearing from children's graves in south Auckland.

Trust manager stole $1.2m

Wallace Te Ahuru was sentenced at the Papakura District Court on Friday to three years and eight months imprisonment.

Man who stole from trust that administers Waitangi Treaty grounds spent it on travel, clothes and cosmetic surgery.

Rodney Times

Kids bite into mouldy BK burgers

An Auckland woman claims she found mould in the buns she bought from Burger King Westgate.

Children complained of blackened buns in the car, then their mum found hers was mouldy too. And they're not the only ones to find 'green spots'.

Hundreds of code browns at pools video

Albany Stadium Pool has had more code browns than any other Auckland pool this summer.

Code browns, diarrhoea and vomit – Auckland pools have had it all.

Western Leader

Power outage in West Auckland

It is not yet known when power would be restored to homes in Kumeu.

Some West Auckland residents are experiencing their second power outage in 24 hours.

Kids bite into mouldy BK burgers

An Auckland woman claims she found mould in the buns she bought from Burger King Westgate.

Children complained of blackened buns in the car, then their mum found hers was mouldy too. And they're not the only ones to find 'green spots'.

Northland

Three seriously injured in crashes

The road has been closed while emergency services attend the scene.

Two rescue helicopters were sent to an incident on SH12 in Kaikohe, while a man was seriously injured after a crash in Okaihau.

Baby's body returned to whānau

Kaitaia Police said it was working to ensure a thorough understanding of the circumstances surrounding the baby's death.

A post mortem examination revealed the girl who was found dead in Northland's Kaitaia died of non-accidental injuries.

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