Auckland City Harbour News

Election mail clogging letterboxes

Briar Wyatt says she's trying to lead a zero waste lifestyle and receiving election mail has been "frustrating".

Political parties have been ignoring people's "no junk mail" signs, and turns out they're allowed to.

Improv star's NZ nerves video

Colin Mochrie will preform at Auckland's Town Hall on November 3.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? star Colin Mochrie will be performing with comedy troupe, the Improv Bandits.

Book selection goes futuristic video

Student developer Jamie McDonald says he isn't aware of anyone else doing what they are doing to make libraries more ...

Auckland Libraries is hosting an app that harnesses emotion, weather and time to recommend to readers what book to read next.

Date disaster prompts review

Simon Hartnoll says he drove his car off a Newmarket carpark building while kissing his date.

Wire railings at Auckland car park building deemed inadequate as date plunged into horror.

Date night disaster

The car fell from the fourth story of a Newmarket car parking building.

Simon Hartnoll was kissing his date when he accidentally put his foot on the accelerator causing the car to crash through a barrier.

Harbour Bridge traffic snarled video

Drivers was backed up to the city after a crash on the North Shore on Tuesday morning.

Lanes re-opened, but Auckland traffic expected to crawl after multi-vehicle smash in northbound motorway lanes.

Auckland city news rolls on

Neighbourly engagement manager Elesha Edmonds says the social media site is nearing half a million users.

The Auckland City Harbour News is closing but news coverage in the area is not.

Special students showcase talent

Vince Amosa, 17, and Ronnie Tua, 16, helped produce the award-winning documentary.

A special school in central Auckland has wowed judges at an international film festival.

University's 'empty words'

Fossil Free UoA spokesperson Alex Johnston says if the vice-chancellor takes his responsibility as leader of the ...

Auckland university hosting climate change event but refusing to sell fossil fuel investments.

Shared electric cars for Auckland video

Mercury chief executive Fraser Whineray, Mayor Phil Goff  and Ben Carter from Cityhop test out the new EV in Auckland's ...

Auckland mayor Phil Goff says the cars helped reduce congestion.

Unlocking Auckland's fishing potential

An artist's impression of a Fisherman's Wharf in Auckland.

Major fishing hub proposed as tourist attraction for Auckland waterfront.

Hype Bar falls foul

Hype Bar is facing stiff competition in renewing its liquor licence.

Disorder, staffing failures and lack of food are just some of the issues authorities have with Hype Bar & Club.

Concerns at dog park expansion

Irene Johnson, who helped plant trees across the reserve in the late 1990s, says expanding the dog off-leash area is ...

A planned expansion of a popular central Auckland dog park has annoyed some residents.

My time in a Tesla video

Stuff reporter Jackson Thomas had 72 hours in possession of a Tesla Model S.

Tesla gave one lucky Stuff journalist the keys to a $270,000 car for the weekend.

Comic artists share wisdom

Rooster Tails author Sam Orchard uses comics to tell the stories of queer and transgender people in New Zealand.

Want to get your comic published? A panel of prominent New Zealand comic artists have shared their expertise doing so.

Diwali returns to CBD

Girls dressed in traditional clothing for the 2016 Diwali Festival.

Auckland largest Indian cultural festival, Diwali, will be returning to the CBD in October.

Politician's big gay election

TOP candidate for Mt Albert Dan Thurston (right) is getting married to his partner Thomas Crow on September 22.

TOP candidate getting married on election eve to promote marriage equality.

Auckland paper to close

The Cider Building in Ponsonby is home to the Auckland City Harbour News editorial team.

The Auckland City Harbour news is closing after more than 30 years of serving up news.

Wardrobe helps people come out video

Rainbow Youth members Toni Duder and Madie Brownlee.

Coming out of the closet has taken on a literal meaning in Auckland.

Auckland storms could get even worse

Over the weekend Auckland's highest recorded winds were gusts of about 109km, according to MetService.

While we're unlikely to get a storm like Hurricane Irma, future cyclones will be more severe, climate experts say.

'It's like being in heaven' video

Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral has installed Australasia's largest piper organ.

An Auckland cathedral has just installed what it claims is Australasia's largest pipe organ.

Shake-up for berm rules?

All berm assets will be returned to Auckland Council in 2018.

Roadside gardeners could be in for some good news as responsibility for Auckland's berms changes hands.

Auckland Council is Kiwi as

Ward councillor for Waitakere Penny Hulse said she was born in South Africa but was now a New Zealand citizen.

You must be a New Zealand citizen to be a councillor - but all you have to do is tick a box.

Sheer madness? Kiwi v shearwater

Seabird-lovers are calling for the Buller shearwater to replace the kiwi as New Zealand's national icon.

Controversial call to replace kiwi with a bird that better represents us – one that can fly to the farthest corners of the world.

Students' business hits sweet spot

Sylvia Brewer, Madison McKillen and Lakisha Patel are completing Year 13 and running a business at the same time.

Auckland students' vegan-friendly cupcake business making dough.

GP bungy jumps from bridge

Dr Lance O'Sullivan's son Lance Jr, was diagnosed with DMD in 2015 when he was 6 years old.

Dr Lance O'Sullivan and four other Kiwi dads jump from Auckland Harbour Bridge - with a bungy.

Auckland bus, van, car crash

Northbound Auckland motorway traffic past the Beaumont/Fanshawe St onramp was affected for a time by the crash (File photo).

All northbound Auckland motorway lanes are open again after the rush-hour crash.

Police pursuit not justified

Alaric Eccleston died in September 2016 after fleeing from police.

Officers shouldn't have chased man who leaped from Auckland Harbour Bridge, watchdog says.

Commissioner calls for change

The Children’s Commissioner Judge Andrew Becroft gave the opening address at the Talking Matters Summit.

New Zealand leaves too many children behind and needs a cross-party accord to deal with child poverty, Children's Commissioner says.

Auckland CBD to be redesigned

An artist's impression of how Wynyard Quarter could look, with Headland Park realigned to link with Victoria Park and ...

Auckland Council backs plans to demolish iconic silos to make way for waterfront park.

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