A couple are $25,000 out of pocket after decontaminating their home which was once used as a p-lab.
Dylan Schneider gets around school in style on his Segway, which makes life with muscular dystrophy much easier.
Tony Robinson has a cunning plan to help us learn a little bit more about our war history.
Baby Liam would not be here if his parents had followed a midwife's advice to have an abortion.
Healthcare professionals are dressing up to encourage patients to take advantage of free health screening.
After five years of planning and construction the new clinical services building at Middlemore Hospital has officially opened.
Knowing the serial numbers of your important possessions can make a big difference if you're the victim of a burglary.
Shuttlecocks will be flying at the weekend when the X-TRM Australasian U17 Championships get under way.
The Handle the Jandal Pacific youth-led campaign is hosting 1000 youngsters at the Vodafone Events Centre.
Springsteen concert-goers rescued a piglet from the side of the motorway after they saw it fly off a truck.
North Shore resident Cecilia Paredes, 19, visited Malawi as one of five World Vision youth ambassadors.
Greg Laughton is sports mad but a heart condition stops the 13-year-old from being much more than a spectator.
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.
Rescuers were surprised to discover a rooster living among hens they were saving from a battery farm.
The future of Yard 37 is hanging in the balance as Auckland Council undertakes a review into its viability.
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.
A Maori businesswoman who made the New Year's honours list plans to appeal against a court decision ordering her to pay almost $14.5 million to a Maori land trust.
Baking and patisserie students at MIT now have a real-life cafe to test their recipes in.
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