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Accused takes stand in Pakuranga murder trial

The man who shot Pakuranga mother of two Chozyn Koroheke has admitted he could at least be guilty of manslaughter. Turiarangi Tai is on trial...

Stem cell treatment “best thing I ever did”

Faye Braddock is a very different woman to the one she was two months ago. When the Times last spoke to her in late March,...

Running for Mental Health

If you know me at all you’ll know I’ve never been an athletic person. It’s not entirely through lack of trying- I’m very much...

Unfinished business

Barry Kirker, Labour's candidate in Pakuranga in this month's general elections, fancies his chances of increasing both the party and candidate vote in a...

Hands-on police operation showing signs of success

You may have found Ormiston Police Station unusually quiet yesterday. Instead, you would have seen more police, from frontline officers to the area commander, out...

Putting a unique spin on the 40 Hour Famine

Macleans College students Wilhelm Muller, Matthew Wilson and Waldo Singleton have put a unique spin on World Vision: 40 Hour Famine by cycling from Auckland to Rotorua, covering a distance of 400km in 40 hours.

Snow in east Auckland?

Last Thursday, east Auckland experienced clouds, rain, hail, thunder and lightning and...snow? One Mellons Bay resident was shocked to discover a load of what looked...

Times Newspapers Images Week Ending July 09 2017

Images from Times Newspapers photographers.

Local students get immersed in incredible science

Students from east Auckland schools spent a day immersed in all things science at the University of Auckland’s Incredible Science day this week. Featuring a...

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