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Less than a quarter of invitations to first major Auckland vaccination booked a slot.
Passengers watched in shock as their carriage slowly broke off from the rest of the train.
The mass vaccination would be targeted at Manukau Institute of Technology students and their families - and would be an opportunity for people in group 4 to be vaccinated ahead of schedule.
Opinion: NZ needs sensible, long-term transport solutions that are sustainable.
EDITORIAL: First the marina, now Hauraki Gulf island clash takes to the skies.
Showers, clearing this evening. Southerlies, gale gusting 100 km/h in exposed places.
The odd early shower, then cloudy periods. Becoming fine by evening. Southerlies dying out in the afternoon.
Occasional rain developing in the morning. Northeasterlies turning northerly in the afternoon.
Opinion: Inequity in public transport across the region means some areas miss the bus.
Security camera video of the tornado that hit Papatoetoe in the weekend. Video / Dave Malcolm
Opinion: Here's five do-able fixes for the main drag of Auckland.
South Auckland tornado: More than 1200 mostly Papatoetoe, Manurewa homes affected.
Opinion: Why we propose a publicly-owned water service entity for Auckland and Northland.
Opinion: Our largest city is run on an ideology of growth and ignoring past failures.
Police say Kimleang Youn wasn't a bad person but hanging out with the wrong people.