Central Leader

Auckland mum 'excited' for PM

Erin Dalton was induced on June 18, a day after the prime minister's expected due date.

"Just enjoy the time you have with your child because like everyone says, it goes so fast."

From homeless to global artist

One of the pieces exhibited at the exhibition: Aotearoa NZ Sky Sea Land by Richard Turipa.

Richard Turipa used to sleep rough in Auckland city before he took art lessons: Now he's selling his work in London.

Eastern Courier

50 sheep killed in 'horrific' attacks

The dog still on the loose after helping to kill more than 50 animals is described as pit bull-like.

Council officers, one armed with a rifle, mount "24/7" hunt for vicious dog that's killed scores of animals.

Auckland gets red light cameras

One of six intersections where cameras installed across Auckland in 2017 started working on Thursday, resulting in ...

Cameras across the region hadn't worked for years. Now, six will finally be switched on.

East & Bays Courier

From homeless to global artist

One of the pieces exhibited at the exhibition: Aotearoa NZ Sky Sea Land by Richard Turipa.

Richard Turipa used to sleep rough in Auckland city before he took art lessons: Now he's selling his work in London.

Fifa seeks SFO help

The Home of Football has two artificial football turfs, but they are not Fifa-accredited.

Serious Fraud Office called on to investigate multi-million dollar football centre.

Manukau Courier

50 sheep killed in 'horrific' attacks

The dog still on the loose after helping to kill more than 50 animals is described as pit bull-like.

Council officers, one armed with a rifle, mount "24/7" hunt for vicious dog that's killed scores of animals.

Auckland gets red light cameras

One of six intersections where cameras installed across Auckland in 2017 started working on Thursday, resulting in ...

Cameras across the region hadn't worked for years. Now, six will finally be switched on.

North Harbour News

Clampers spare no-one - even relatives

Clamping is when devices are fitted to the wheels of a vehicle to prevent it from being driven away, a practice often ...

A clamper whose own grandmother was once clamped is called "heartless", but he says his industry is being vilified.

Auckland gets red light cameras

One of six intersections where cameras installed across Auckland in 2017 started working on Thursday, resulting in ...

Cameras across the region hadn't worked for years. Now, six will finally be switched on.

North Shore Times

Kozo Kaos fulfills circus dreams

Kozo Komatsubara aka Kozo Kaos has a juggling stunt show coming up at the Rose Centre in Devonport.

A passion for coffee fuels Aucklander Kozo Komatsubara's, aka Kozo Kaos', comedic juggling routine.

Ferry wharf closed again

Northcote Point Wharf is closed - again.

Auckland’s most cancelled public transport service is shut - again.

Nor-west News

Auckland gets red light cameras

One of six intersections where cameras installed across Auckland in 2017 started working on Thursday, resulting in ...

Cameras across the region hadn't worked for years. Now, six will finally be switched on.

$91K spent on killing zero goats

Feral goats are climbing higher to avoid professional hunters in the Hunua Ranges.

Council forked out big bucks – but the goats weren't having a baa of it.

Papakura Courier

50 sheep killed in 'horrific' attacks

The dog still on the loose after helping to kill more than 50 animals is described as pit bull-like.

Council officers, one armed with a rifle, mount "24/7" hunt for vicious dog that's killed scores of animals.

Auckland gets red light cameras

One of six intersections where cameras installed across Auckland in 2017 started working on Thursday, resulting in ...

Cameras across the region hadn't worked for years. Now, six will finally be switched on.

Rodney Times

Clampers spare no-one - even relatives

Clamping is when devices are fitted to the wheels of a vehicle to prevent it from being driven away, a practice often ...

A clamper whose own grandmother was once clamped is called "heartless", but he says his industry is being vilified.

Man accused of drugs in McD's sundae

The man charged with stupefying two women has been granted name suppression.

A man charged with putting medication in McDonald's sundaes plans to defend the charges.

Western Leader

Clampers spare no-one - even relatives

Clamping is when devices are fitted to the wheels of a vehicle to prevent it from being driven away, a practice often ...

A clamper whose own grandmother was once clamped is called "heartless", but he says his industry is being vilified.

A hero? No, just a mum

Kim Pinkerton was recovering from a broken ankle when she carried her son, Ben, to safety on Wednesday night.

An Auckland mum with a broken ankle carried her son to safety to avoid a house fire.

Northland

Privilege to do something good

Maria Low

A Whangarei woman talks about how humbling she found taking part in Oxfam's Ration challenge which raises money for Syrian refugees.

Northland floods: schools, roads closed video

Almost half a metre of water has come across Puhipuhi Rd, Whakapara.

Contractors are working to reopen State Highway 1 after flooding forces it to close.

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