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At least 24 staff at Middlemore Hospital's emergency department have been stood down.
Rough sleepers and beggars are causing problems for at least two business associations.
Shirley Corles-Davis is still angry at being asked if she wanted to sell her house.
Diabetes is the country's biggest and fastest-growing health condition.
In the past, cops picking up a drunk person would leave them in a cell to sleep it off.
Oyster Capital, Fulton Hogan and Kiwi Property are seeking to rezone about 330ha.
A nightclub which was expected to close for good last year is back in business.
Health officials have raised concerns about the growth of syphilis in south Auckland.
Serious staffing shortages are now impacting on the treatment of patients, a worker says.
A permanent water treatment plant at Tuakau would need to be built.
The DHB is short 150 nurses, a revelation NZ Nurses Organisation is calling outrageous.
Louisa Wall says the DHB hasn't received its fair share of health funding for too long.
It says it's trying to minimise the impact of the recent Covid-19 lockdowns in Auckland.
Darby says Govt proposal to help protect productive land could clash with its other plans.
How do health providers deal with staff who refuse to be vaccinated?
Auckland Council's Recovery Budget went out for public consultation on Monday.
The issue could have wider ramifications for the city's green spaces.
Counties Manukau DHB is reviewing its emergency lockdown plans to deal with armed events.