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'This guy didn't see me as a person, it felt like he could do anything at any moment.'
If border rules are loosened, South Auckland could see 1000-1400 cases a week, DHB warns.
Teenagers as young as 14 have been needing emergency housing during lockdown.
A positive cases from the Assembly of God Church of Samoa cluster shares his experience.
The next week is going to be pretty tough, says church spokesman Jerome Mika.
A lockdown of another sort played out on a street in Māngere East earlier this month.
Watercare is yet to integrate climate change into its long-term modelling tools.
Can chess clubs, barbecues and cultural dance save youth from gangs?
He suggested Police Ten 7 was reinforcing negative stereotypes about Māori and Pasifika.
Two councillors are calling out the lack of funding for South Auckland facilities.
A South Auckland principal has rejected the government's school lunch programme.
A firm is facing penalties of $600,000 for illegally dumping scrap metal in South Auckland
'I've also had issues when booking my own family members,' South Auckland GP says.
The council is accused of blocking the flow of affordable houses in the City of Sails.
Some councillors say Phil Goff isn't doing enough to ensure gender equality on council.
South Auckland advocacy groups say an urgent review of licensing laws is needed.
Auckland Council is planning to abolish late fees.
$1.4m has been spent on advertising for "culturally and linguistically diverse" audiences.
Fa'anana Efeso Collins says a crackdown would be counterproductive.
Concerns persist about the latest outbreak of Covid-19.
Six candidates - six contrasting views on South Auckland's most pressing issues.
The council-funded plantings took "a couple of hundred hours of community time".
The bloody cycle will continue unless major interventions are made, community leaders say.