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A vegan’s guide to Auckland

In the past in Auckland, it wasn’t always easy to go out if your dietary or ethical dining requirements meant excluding animal products, NZ Herald says. Fortunately, things have improved drastically for Tāmaki Makaurau’s vegan community, with totally...

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A case for open prisons

The benefits of open prisons have been recognised for decades, says Newsroom. So why doesn’t New Zealand, where the majority of prisons are low-risk, follow international example? Open prisons aim to create conditions as close as possible to normal life. Sir...

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Shark activity explained

A shark expert has a message – respect great whites and stay away from hot spots, RNZ reports. “It does seem like there’s a persistence and more of a prevalence of juvenile great whites around our northern beaches,” says shark researcher Dr Riley Elliott....

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Three must-visit swimming spots

Auckland is not short of swimming spots, and Auckland Council has listed their top picks. Favourite places to take a refreshing dip include Cornwallis Beach, which is part of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, Blockhouse Bay, an historical reserve on the edge of...

Dogs in the city: Off-leash hotspots

Let your dog off the leash in these four dog-friendly hotspots, Auckland Council suggests. Waiatarua Reserve (featuring large, grassy areas alongside the biggest urban wetland restoration project in the country), Macleans Park (a spacious and scenic green space in...

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Northern Bass festival has been cancelled

Organisers of the Northern Bass festival posted a statement to Instagram on Wednesday afternoon, saying they’ve made the call to can the re-scheduled dates set for later this month, Stuff reveals. They say they had to consider Northland’s vaccination rates “not being...

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Auckland water park closes as lifeguard ‘bashed’

A water park owner is pulling the plug on the popular attraction after a “disgusting” display of violence towards a lifeguard, Stuff reports. Waterworld Water Park has three floating bouncy castles set up at beaches across Auckland over summer. On Tuesday night, a...

Albany homicide: 31-year-old charged with murder

A 31-year-old man has been charged with murder after the death of a man in the Auckland suburb of Albany, RNZ reports. Waitematā CIB detective inspector Aaron Proctor said a man was found with critical injuries and died while being transported to hospital. A second...