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Auckland home shot up in the night

A home on Great South Rd, Papakura was shot at in the early hours of Sunday morning, Stuff reports. No one was injured, and the occupant of the house dropped to the floor as soon as the shooting began. One bullet was found lodged into the home’s kitchen cabinets....

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Storm damage costs DoC $28m over past five years

Storm damage is costing the Department of Conservation millions of dollars, Newshub reveals, with repair bills rising nearly fivefold over the past five financial years. DoC’s heritage and visitors director, Tim Bamford, said it was difficult to determine the...

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Community group plants 300 trees at regional park

A local community group recently came together for a tree planting session in Auckland, Stuff reports. More than 25 members of the Hindu Swyamsevak Sangh (HSS) got their spades, slipped on their gumboots and dug right into their mission at Wenderholm Regional Park....

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Musick Point spruced up thanks to volunteers

Musick Point – Te Naupata Reserve has had a major spruce up, Times reveals, thanks to a group of community volunteers and a cash injection from the Howick Local Board. The land, part of Ngai Tai ki Tamaki treaty settlement, has been neglected for many years and had...

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Auckland crime chaos: Three arrested

Three people have been arrested after police officers were kept busy by a string of burglaries across Auckland in the early hours of Thursday, Newshub reports. A vehicle speeding in Royal Oak just after 2am was linked to an earlier burglary from a shop in Ellerslie....

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Consumers call time on major supermarket owners

Some shoppers are already turning their backs on the big two supermarket chains, Foodstuffs and Woolworths, who were earning $1 million in excess profits a day, RNZ reports. The government is setting up an industry watchdog later this year – but the price relief...

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New book gives voice to Auckland’s voiceless

“Rough Lives Speak”, a collection of poetry by members of Auckland’s rough sleeping community, launched on Wednesday, Auckland Council reports – to the delight of those who have been involved. “It is more than words on a page,” says Wilf Holt of Auckland...