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Bark and long grass sparks fire concerns at Hornby parks

Hornby resident Ross Houliston is calling for action to reduce fire risks at Denton and Kyle Parks.

‘Extremely rare’ plants stolen

A Prebbleton nursery has been stripped of up to $10,000 worth of plants after a break in.

Gangs using ‘honey-trapping’

Gangs are using women to target unsuspecting men who are then being beaten and robbed.

Resident’s group ‘a bunch of petrol heads’

A row has broken out over noise issues at Ruapuna Speedway.

Key player in saving Denton Park considers running in elections

A Horby resident who was integral in stopping Denton Park being turned into a mega facility may put his name forward in the local body election.

Safety upgrade for city’s fourth most dangerous intersection

The city’s fourth most dangerous junction could become a T intersection in a bid to reduce the number of crashes.

Burglary caps off couple’s misfortune

After losing a mother and two grandfathers to cancer, a St Albans couple thought their misfortune was over.

Association runs out of funds for Lonsdale

Paul Lonsdale has finished his role with the New Brighton Business and Land Owners Association.

Petition launched over QEII school zone

Residents are rallying again to have suburbs left out of the Shirley Boys' and Avonside Girls' High School zone permanently included.

Midge numbers down by 30 per cent but residents disagree

Midge numbers around the Bromley oxidation ponds remain a huge issue despite efforts from the city council to eliminate the problem.