A painful leg injury didn't stop Brett Clark from saving a life.
City commuters are napping in their cars each morning just to secure a free parking spot.
The death of a dog mauled by pit bulls is another reminder that owners of dangerous breeds must take care.
A mature English oak cut down on formerly protected land was rotten to the core.
Hilda Aylett may have grown up during the Depression but she has happy memories of her childhood in Ellerslie.
Police are investigating an attempted assault at the Auckland Botanic Gardens this morning.
Young people are getting some extra skills under their belts in preparation for entering the workforce.
A New Zealand interactive show for children is a possible world first and is paving the way for kids' TV.
Muriwai farmers Rob and Sandra Faulkner, and Bruce and Jo Graham have been voted supreme winners of the East Coast Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Otago University's marine studies centre wants to find out where plants and animals that live between the tides can be found around New Zealand.
The Rural Support Trust's Waikato chapter, which covers South Auckland, says many farmers are struggling because of low rainfalls.
The arrival of a letter at the Puhoi Historical Society from MP Chris Finlayson has created a stir in the village.
Big Brother will be watching any culprits who continue to vandalise a Titirangi school.
Protestors seeking to prevent a marine reserve on Waiheke Island have submitted a petition to MP Nikki Kaye.
Te Mirumiru Early Childcare Education Centre has been named the greenest education premises in New Zealand.
SCF emails show a "culture of obfuscation" by three men accused of over $1b in fraud, High Court hears.
It's not too late to register for Auckland's biggest fun run, the 42nd Ports of Auckland Round the Bays.
Should we raise the retirement age?
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