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Facial recognition trialled by Foodstuffs

Foodstuffs North Island (FSNI) has started trialling the use of facial recognition (FR) as part of its ongoing fight against retail crime. Seven supermarkets in...

Supermarkets report 40 per cent increase in crime

Supermarket business Foodstuffs says its North Island stores experienced more than 3200 incidents of retail crime in just three months earlier this year. That's an...

Pinkie back for breast cancer tour

Aucklanders will have the opportunity to visit Breast Cancer Foundation NZ's iconic Pink Caravan, 'Pinkie', for free breast health advice from this week. For the...

Pak’n’Save Highland Park in the pipeline

Is glacial progress still progress? In February 2018, Foodstuffs North Island heralded the purchase of Highland Park Shopping Centre and its intention to bring a...

Can you help solve these crimes?

The victims of two recent violent incidents in east Auckland have received no resolution as police are yet to identify the offender in each...

Teen shaken after vehicle attacked

Police are investigating after a teenager was followed and had his vehicle damaged by two men in an unprovoked attack. The 18-year-old's mother, who wants...

New stores opening at Ormiston Town Centre

A new Postie, Christies, Novo Shoes and 11 other fashion, accessories, beauty and food/beverage stores are on-track for pre-Christmas openings as Ormiston Town Centre...

Man charged after supermarket incident

Police have arrested and charged a man after responding to a serious incident at an east Auckland supermarket. A police spokesperson says the 24-year-old is...

Supermarkets join list of Covid-19 locations

Two east Auckland supermarkets have this week been named as locations of interest in the latest Covid-19 community outbreak. The Ministry of Health revealed on...

New $250m town centre welcomes shoppers

More than 100 people turned out to celebrate the official opening of east Auckland's newest shopping precinct. Developer Todd Property Group welcomed dignitaries, politicians, retailers,...