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Waitematā Police have launched a homicide investigation following the death of a person in the Auckland suburb of Northcote.
Police are searching for a person who stabbed a man in a central Auckland carpark.
E Tū union is calling for a serious harm investigation after two security guards were stabbed with a pair of scissors at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital.
Auckland got a couple of things it really needed today, the first being the rain that tumbled down in sheets. The second was a guy who looked happy to be getting soaked in it, Jamie Wall writes.
For Prajesh Lal, being told the funding for the Ōtāhuhu town centre upgrade would be slashed in Auckland Council's proposed budget was the last thing he wanted to hear.
Several roads in Auckland's city centre will have their speed limits lowered to 30km/h later this month.
Thousands of New Zealanders today in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin took part in Black Lives Matter solidarity events.
Police were called to an address after reports of gun shots and people screaming. A man was later found dead.
Police are using the Eagle helicopters for an average of more than 16 incidents a day, at a cost to taxpayers of more than $2000 an hour.
Some major projects in South Auckland are now facing funding cuts as the Auckland Council's latest budget grapples with a massive hit to its revenue due to Covid-19.
Deep cuts to Auckland City services are on the way, because of the huge financial hit of the Covid-19 crisis.
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A West Auckland man who murdered his mother with a hammer has been jailed for at least 14 years.
Police have confirmed the alleged kidnapping and sexual assault of a young girl in Auckland on Wednesday was a false complaint.
Two men have been charged with the murder of a woman in West Auckland earlier this month.
New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) bases in Auckland are reducing their water use as the region battles one of the worst droughts in recent history.
Auckland will have to look at new options to secure its water supply as climate change makes extreme weather like the present drought more frequent, the mayor says. Audio
Waiheke Island residents fed up with a lack of social distancing on ferries and at the wharves have complained to the police and local politicians.
Health unions are furious at WorkSafe's decision not to investigate how seven nurses caught Covid-19 at Waitākere Hospital. Audio
A proposal to ferry imported cars from the Ports of Auckland to Highbrook is still viable, despite the economic impact of Covid-19, according to PTS Group chief executive John Keenan.