An independent investigation into police handling of the Roast Busters case is nearly finished.
The community has rallied to support families whose Housing New Zealand flats were destroyed by a fire.
The Blind Foundation is desperate for new puppy walkers, a volunteer role that requires a commitment of about 12 months.
Honor Guysmith will be scaling new heights at Camp Teen Beat at Long Bay this month.
An East Tamaki Business Association questions how eastern suburbs will benefit from work on the East-West Link.
Watercare is pulling the plug on a recycled water scheme, despite the pipe network's $7.2 million cost.
A 37-year-old mother-of-five is taking on the Ride to Conquer Cancer in November in memory of her husband who died of bowel cancer in 2005.
Firefighters from Silverdale station visited Whangaparaoa Playcentre to give the children a hands-on lesson about fire safety.
Laughter yoga, or laughter clubs as they are known, are popping up all over Auckland as a social event.
Breaking and entering, burglary and theft remain the hardest crimes to solve in Waitemata, figures show.
Sara Jasmat is still in golfing heaven after spending two weeks at the famed Augusta National course.
A push to teach Hindi in schools is designed to keep the language and culture alive among the descendants of migrants.
The family of terminally ill music legend Ray Columbus will be at his side for Easter.
Hobsonville Land Company plans for a wastewater pumping station at a gathering spot have been met with criticism.
More than 100 musicians are tuning up their instruments and vocal chords for three days of non-stop music this Easter.
Northpower has deployed a helicopter to check for damage on its 33kV line from Maungaturoto to Kaiwaka following a major power outage affecting Maungaturoto, Brynderwyns, Kaiwaka and Mangawhai.
The NZ Super Fund grew by $3 billion in the year to March 31, despite a flat return last month.
Baking and patisserie students at MIT now have a real-life cafe to test their recipes in.
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