Nicole Bremner

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Auckland Council vote in favour of Wynyard Basin development for 2021 America's Cup site

Talks will now continue with the government, who favoured the other option in the vote.

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There is a proposal to close the Waitakere Ranges, which has seen 20 per cent of its kauri trees infected with the disease.

More Waitakere Ranges tracks to close as Auckland battles kauri dieback disease

"Give the ranges a bit of a break," says Councillor Penny Hulse.

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The crowds were upset a late try wasn't given to their team, but were also celebrating their run to the World Cup final four.

Tongan league fans vow to march in central Auckland once again to show anger at ref's decision

Supporters have enlisted legal support in their bid to right things for the Tongan team.

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Police caught out by massive crowd at Tongan league protest in Auckland

An estimated 4000 fans took to Auckland streets today, after Tonga's World Cup defeat to England.

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Compromise option costing around $140 million chosen for Auckland's new America's Cup base

A cluster of bases across Wynyard, Halsey and Hobson wharves could be established, but there won't be a major extension.

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CEO Grant Dalton has nailed his colours to the mast for the next America's Cup venue.

Auckland councillors clash on 'shotgun decision' over wharf extension for America's Cup

Mayor Phil Goff indicated the choice could impact the regatta being held in the city.

Team NZ's Peter Burling, 36th Americas Cup Protocol Announcement at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, Auckland. 29 September 2017. Copyright Image: William Booth / www.photosport.nz

Team New Zealand prefers Halsey Wharf extension for 2021 America's Cup

Auckland Council have put five preferred options on the table for the America's Cup defence.

Climate change to hit physical and mental health of New Zealanders, says new report

Experts says it threatens our clean water supplies and biosecurity.

Stretched staffing on Auckland's North Shore has seen a cut to inpatient beds at the Waitamata DHB, it says.

Hospitals around NZ battling to find enough mental health workers

Mental health services have been described as the "poorer cousin" of DHB funding.

02:06
The plasterboard recycling scheme is offering benefits and savings to some on agriculture's frontline.

Building waste recycling scheme has wide benefits

The plasterboard recycling scheme is offering benefits and savings to some on agriculture's frontline.

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Principals have set out a 10-point recovery plan that includes scrapping all student debt for teachers who commit to working in Auckland.

'We are in the depths of a teaching crisis' – future generations at risk due to housing, debt and low pay

Principals have set out a 10-point recovery plan that includes scrapping all student debt for teachers who commit to working in Auckland.

Early childhood teachers can be paid as much as $9000 per year less than kindergarten teachers.

Primary teacher shortage labelled 'crisis' and set to worsen, say education leaders

Leading primary education groups to release 10 point plan they want next Government to implement.

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The museum has dismantled a long-running weapons display to make room for a new one.

Antique weapons removal at Auckland museum sparks row

the Antique Arms Association says putting the collection of early war weapons into storage is disrespectful.

The jury found Lynn Abraham had smacked and force-fed children and washed a child's mouth out with soap.

Former childcare worker who assaulted young children sentenced to home detention

Lynn Abraham smacked children, force fed them and washed out one child's mouth with soap.

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Kiwi ingenuity is being credited once again for a business breakthrough with global potential.

Auckland firm's breakthrough to keep leftover concrete out of landfills

Kiwi ingenuity is being credited once again for a business breakthrough with global potential.

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Among those waiting were many family and friends eager to congratulate the sailors.

Video: Hundreds of fans turn out to greet Team NZ at Auckland Airport as the Auld Mug arrives home

Among those waiting were many family and friends eager to congratulate the sailors.

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Christie Marceau was stabbed to death in 2011 by Akshay Chand.

Inquest underway into bail system after violent death of Auckland teen

Akshay Chand was on bail when he stabbed Christie Marceau to death.

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The number of under 18-year-olds taking antidepressants has reached a ten-year high.

Bullying, child abuse factors as number of NZ children taking antidepressants reaches 10-year high

Mental health experts says medication should only be one part of a broad recovery plan.

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Justice Lang said Jaden Stroobant's murder of Cun Xiu Tian caused ripples through the West Auckland community.

Watch: Judge blasts man who sexually violated and murdered defenceless West Auckland woman

Jaden Stroobant was under a supervision order when he murdered Cun Xiu Tian in her home.

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The Cancer Society medical director believes more government funding is crucial to speed up treatment for the 60 Kiwis a day diagnosed with cancer.

'Any kind of delay is totally unacceptable' - Cancer Society says cancer patients suffering long waits for treatment isn't fair

Cancer Society's medical director believes more government funding is crucial help the 60 Kiwis a day diagnosed with cancer.

Kiwi scientists concerned over increasing rates of antibiotic resistance

A report has key messages for New Zealanders including simply things like hygiene.

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New Zealand vets are supporting a national approach aimed at reducing antibiotic use in pets.

Kiwi pet owners warned antibiotic resistance in humans a problem for animals too

Vets are supporting a national approach aimed at reducing antibiotic use in pets.

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Hundreds of marchers called for more action to stamp out the highly addictive drug today.

Gisborne community joins forces for hikoi demanding end to P plague

Hundreds of marchers called for more action to stamp out the highly addictive drug today.

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The WHO is calling for the urgent development of new drugs as part of a plan to protect the world's population.

Pet bacteria picked up by humans could be increasing resistance to antibiotics

A team at Massey University is putting humans' close connection with animals under the microscope.

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