Two car crashes in the same afternoon on the road to Maraetai have police reminding people to drive to the conditions.
Residents ticked off with commuters using their street as a free car park are desperate for a solution.
The Environment Court may stage round two of the battle over the controversial Bunnings store in Arch Hill.
Auckland Zoo plans to remove a Japanese garden to make way for Tasmanian Devils.
Garden sheds are causing headaches for owners on properties too small to legally fit a kitset shelter.
Sandra Rasmussen has been busy preparing her dancers for Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park tomorrow night.
Thank you South Auckland - your generous hearts have given new hope to cancer victim Clinton Tata and his family.
Little Rickson Yacko, 2, now has a better life thanks to New Zealand humanitarian organisation ROMAC and goodwill ambassador Lydia Ko.
Auckland housing is expensive, but not as expensive as other major cities, figures show.
The fate of a cleanfill dump proposed for Kumeu will be considered on Monday at the Kumeu Community Centre.
The future of two South Auckland train stations remains up in the air but changes to bus routes in the area have been decided.
A developer is hitting back at claims its new houses will encroach on a valuable archaeological site.
A big police operation is to be mounted this weekend to curb anti-social behaviour caused by alcohol misuse.
The Big Buddy Christmas White Out is bringing faux snow to low-decile schools this month including seven in West Auckland.
Hip Op-eration Crew dancer Leila Gilchrist's new ‘family' has a problem that is enough to drive anyone quackers.
Anglers can now check the fishing rules through the free New Zealand Fishing Rules app.
Co-operative Bank drops credit rating provided by agency Standard and Poor's for more favourable one by Fitch.
If you're after some family friendly fun complete with men in tights, check out Robin Hood at TAPAC theatre.
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