The public will now get a say on the controversial $1.5 million piece of art planned to grace Auckland's Queens Wharf.
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.
Inner-city dwellers are beginning to realise that size is no limit when it comes to a green patch.
Four design options for the future use of Chamberlain Park have been agreed upon, despite Albert-Eden board members being in the dark about its cost.
Full blown art immersion is taking over Auckland delighting locals with music, theatre and art.
Ponsonby have the bye over the long weekend
Artist Max Gimblett has joined forces with New Zealand's "soldiers' church" to create artworks of remembrance.
Stories of past pupils' sacrifices inspire today's students.
Young Aucklanders making a difference in their communities are set to be recognised.
Pasifika could be heading to South or West Auckland after calls to shake-up the annual festival's venue.
Auckland's role in the Ports of Auckland business has been under review by city leaders
Kiwi comic artists concerned over rising sea level, super storms and climate change have put pen to paper.
$2.57 million project which created elevated standing room at an Auckland stadium faces criticism.
Yeah ...nah - getting a grip on Kiwis jibber-jabber can be hard slog.
This young worker decided not to let a rare condition run her life, instead choosing to dedicate her time to helping others.
Sharing stories and challenging stereotypes are the key aims of New Zealand's first African Film Festival.
A century-old villa is being trucked out of Herne Bay and the community is already mourning the loss.
A rabbit got far further than a hop, skip and jump from home before being reunited with owners.
City leaders are questioning Auckland's ability to build quickly as harbour crossing project edges forward.
The cause of a wealthy Auckland suburb's stench is "raw effluent", resident says.
Penny Bright wins a significant battle in her war with Auckland Council over $30,000 unpaid rates bill.
An avian botulism outbreak at Western Springs Park has been made worse by people throwing bread into the lake.
Fruit flies are preventing two central Auckland schools from fundraising during the Pasifika Festival.
Murals have transformed the Grey Lynn RSC ahead of its World War I commemorations.
There's a moment during the Auckland Lantern Festival when everything just falls into place.
You've probably passed Markoni Tonga without a second thought. But the K Rd street cleaner is a star to the regulars in the area.
Tanyia Maxted has fond memories of her time as a reporter for the Auckland City Harbour News.