Highlights of the Western Springs and Papatoetoe AFC match captured in pictures.
The public will now get a say on the controversial $1.5 million piece of art planned to grace Auckland's Queens Wharf.
Auckland Council's chief executive vetoes living wage plan for lifeguards.
Finding out she had a personal connection to a young soldier brought the reality of war home to Hannah Knight.
Cancer took William's eyes but not his determination to succeed on the track and in the pool.
Jo Bhagat has one last chance at saving her life from an aggressive and rare form of breast cancer.
It's a conversation many would rather skip, but planning for end-of-life care is one chat to have before it's too late.
Living rent-free a stone's throw from some of Auckland's hot spots is possible - if you change your job.
Auckland Council indecision sees small business shut up shop.
A dog so badly neglected that nearly all his hair fell out could have been spared his suffering, rescuers say.
Harrison Gee's life changed forever after a bow was found tucked away in his garage.
Their rocket launch sees four Kristin School friends came out winners in the International Space Apps Challenge.
The bravery of two Auckland officers who pulled a woman from a sinking car has been formally recognised.
Bag-snatch hero Lucy Knight received a standing ovation as she accepted an award for her "selfless bravery".
Helensville artist Noeleen Healey continues to bring out the laughs and smiles with her pieces.
Full preparation to walk the emotional Gallipoli trek for Helensville pensioner researching for the once-in-a-lifetime event. ‘‘I’ve got ideas in my head but won’t know what the terrain is until I get there.’’
Nothing was stopping Brian Joyce from winning a giant pumpkin growing competition, not even the theft of his pumpkin.
Work at Kirks Bush in South Auckland will hopefully make the reserve a "more friendly place".
Warkworth School has lost sports equipment, toilets and a store room after fire ripped through a school building.
It is only a matter of time before a child is killed at an Auckland intersection where drivers are running red lights, parents say.
International wheelchair rugby is coming to Auckland.
Glenora Bears beat Howick Hornets 26-14 on April 26.
By Diana Worthy The mother of an 11-year old quadruple amputee wants to know why cruise liner passengers and other tourists have higher priority than the sick and disabled at the downtown ferry terminal.