The 6-year-old who drowned in a kayaking accident was a "stunning, lovely" young girl, her school's principal says.
The murder conviction of two men in the Lee McMurdo case has brought relief to police and the McMurdo family.
All it took was a few months of neglect for Victoria St West's makeshift community garden to grow out of control.
The victim of a hit and run incident hopes the driver she says knocked her off of her bike comes forward.
Catching a feed of snapper over the weekend wasn't easy but those who put in the time and effort were rewarded with some nice fish.
They may not have broken a world record but wheelchair users are still celebrating.
Just a few years ago little Sophie Bold was struggling to survive. Every breath she took was a precious moment.
Every week Salvation Army Hibiscus Coast gives out between 10 and 40 food hampers to families who cannot afford to buy food, and this number increases at Christmas.
Vocal opponents of a controversial bike shed on Birkenhead Wharf now want a storage cage on the wharf for their exclusive use.
A drink-driver who caused the death of a Waimauku mother will pay $50,000 towards her daughters' upbringing as reparation for his "catastrophic" mistake.
Police highway patrols have been out in force around Counties Manukau as a two-month nationwide crackdown on speeding drivers begins.
A damning report into Mangawhai's wastewater scheme $63.3 million budget blowout has come from Auditor-General Lyn Provost.
A disabled parking sign stopped an elderly man's car from crashing into a health inspector walking by.
Opinions are being sought for the future of West Auckland's busiest road.
An open air fire ban has been imposed on the Hauraki Gulf Islands because of the lack of rain.
Rare and historical items for auction are drawing strong interest nationwide, Webbs managing director Neil Campbell says.
Xero founder Rod Drury has slammed the Government's ultrafast broadband programme.
Tim Phin is the man behind Our:House, a music festival that draws thousands of partygoers.
Seeing a fuzzy screen? You must now have Freeview, Sky or Igloo to watch television.
Do you wear a lifejacket when you are on the water - no matter what vessel you are in?
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