Peng Wang trial: Driver found guilty after killing horse, injuring TV reporter Karen Rutherford
The man who hit and killed a horse and severely injured its rider has received a guilty verdict in the North Shore District Court today.
Peng Wang, a 28-year-old Chinese national, will be sentenced in April.
Kayakers rescued by Coastguard after capsizing near Manukau bar
People have been taken to hospital after a kayak capsized near Waiuku.
Coastguard Waiuku rescued kayakers and a police swimmer after the kayak capsized and began drifting toward the choppy Manukau bar this afternoon.
Pillow fight: Tourism industry wants to know more about where Ateed spends its money
Commercial accommodation providers targeted by Auckland Council to pay for promoting the city are concerned about a lack of information on the agency they are being asked to fund.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa says because accommodation...
Auckland couple who founded Indie Travel Podcast share best travel tips
For the past eleven years, Craig and Linda Martin , from Auckland, have been travelling.
After saving up, working multiple jobs and maintaining their strict student budget even though they had left university, the couple scraped...
'I tried my best to give room to them': Man accused of colliding with horse being ridden by TV reporter Karen Rutherford
The man at the wheel of a people mover that struck a horse being ridden by TV reporter Karen Rutherford - severely injuring her - says he did everything he could to avoid a collision.
Peng Wang is defending a charge of careless...
Gloriavale leaver says investigation outcome 'weak' and leaders are side-stepping allegations
A former Gloriavale member says leaders in the secretive West Coast community are "side-stepping" allegations of forced marriage and controlling behaviour.
The former member said he felt disappointed an 18-month investigation by...