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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Auckland, New Zealand, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 697 stories have been published about Auckland, New Zealand which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

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Monkeypox · Auckland

Monkeypox: Do we need to be alarmed?

Monkeypox is a pox virus, and similar in its makeup to smallpox. The success of the smallpox vaccine in eradicating that devastating illness may be partially to blame for this monkeypox outbreak. Because smallpox was eradicated in the early-1980s, people aren't routinely vaccinated against the disease.See the Story
Oceania · Auckland

Map shows Auckland shootings have spread across the city in 2022

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There have been more than 20 reported shootings across Tmaki Makaurau. The first reported shooting of 2022 was on January 4, in Manurewa. Since Sunday, May 22, there have been 11 shootings, most of which happened on Tuesday night. Some shootings have taken place in suburban streets, while others have been in the inner city at clubs and restaurants. Police Minister Poto Williams said the shootings were a result of gang tensions.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Mining company ready to rev on 'blue highway'

The new coastal shipping network excites those with skin in the game, carting goods from isolated locations like the West Coast.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Endangered languages on NZ’s doorstep

The Pacific has the greatest density of languages on the planet. There are around 900 different languages spoken in Papua New Guinea alone. Documenting endangered languages is exactly what we are trying to do in the Pacific. The word list from 1616 shows us the real issues linguists face when documenting languages.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Car battery recycling stalls due to shipping constraints, leaving massive stockpiles

Recycling companies are sitting on hundreds of tonnes of car batteries, and aren't buying any more due to exporting capacity constraints.See the Story
Auckland, New Zealand · Auckland

Newsroom daily quiz, Friday 27 May

Ludwig van Beethoven incorporated Ode to Joy into the final movement of which symphony? Test your general knowledge out on today's Newsroom Daily Quiz.See the Story
Diabetes · Auckland

100 new health coaches to help Pasifika with diabetes in south Auckland

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100 Pacific health coaches will be trained to help prevent and treat diabetes in south Auckland. The placements will be funded as part of a $20 million Budget package announced last week. But the Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa says it isn't enough to address the sheer scale of the problem. There are now 47,988 people with the disease in Counties Manukau alone - about 10% of the district's population.See the Story
Oceania · Auckland

Barfoot & Thompson buys stake in Lodge Real Estate as it eyes markets beyond Auckland

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The Auckland-based agency has taken a 50% shareholding in Lodge. Barfoot & Thompson has more than 80 branches across Auckland and Northland. It has a long-term strategy to become a significant player in Hamilton and Tauranga. Lodge will continue to operate under its own brand.See the Story
Oceania · Auckland

Auckland singer-songwriter rediscovers te reo Māori through music

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Singer-songwriter Apera Woodfine was fluent in te reo as a child. He lost the language when he joined a mainstream school. Woodfine's music would lead him on a path to rediscover the language. He is now passionate about promoting the language and culture. He released a five-song EP called Ka Rere Ttou in 2021.See the Story

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