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Feedback sought on temporary fishing closures for the Hauraki Gulf

Fisheries New Zealand is inviting feedback on applications from iwi for temporary fishing closures across three separate areas within the Hauraki Gulf. The proposed closures...

UPDATED – Rāhui in place after person’s body found on beach

Police say the death of a person whose body was found on an east Auckland beach on October 10 will be referred to the...

Independent Māori Statutory Board member James Brown dies

By Staff and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter funded by New Zealand on Air Independent Māori Statutory Board member James Brown has been remembered for...

Submission close soon on Beachlands development

Pohutukawa Coast residents are being encouraged to have their say on a plan change that would allow the development of a new coastal urban...

New Howick Police station opens its doors

The new Howick Police station has officially opened its doors to the public after a 10-month wait. Police were forced to move from their previous...

Potaka named as National’s candidate for Hamilton West by-election

Iwi leader Tama Potaka has been selected by local party members as National's candidate in the Hamilton West by-election. Potaka is currently the chief executive...

Six baby plover hitch a lift

Air New Zealand has given a helping wing to six young tuturuatu (Shore plover), relocating them from Cape Sanctuary in Hawke's Bay to their...

Artistic students create school’s new mural

A stunning new mural created by students is proudly being displayed at Pakuranga College. The school's whanau tutor students, who have Maori heritage and wish...

Musick Point spruce up

Musick Point - Te Naupata Reserve has had a major spruce up thanks to a group of community volunteers and a cash injection from...

Motutapu planting success

A total of 6400 plants - 1200 of them harakeke (flax) - went into the ground at Motutapu Island on Saturday. Around 140 volunteers made...