Auckland City Harbour News
City leaders are questioning Auckland's ability to build quickly as harbour crossing project edges forward.
Students are being asked what they want to replace the earthquake-damaged UCSA building.
After spending months carefully cultivating their vegetables, community gardeners are being beaten to the harvest by thieves.
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.
A protected cycleway that would physically separate cyclists from cars on Karangahape Rd is one step closer to reality.
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.
Ponsonby's gentrified veneer will be stripped away in an interactive play celebrating the suburb of old.
An unassuming Auckland street was home to an urban commune founded by a "bunch of radical feminists".
Anger over a proposed $33 million harbour bridge cycleway appears to have fizzled.
Works to restore the demolished Japanese friendship garden from Auckland Zoo will begin early next year.
Backlash over the planned removal of pohutukawa trees in Auckland.
Four lovers of Shakespearean soliloquy have modernised one of the Bard's most famous stories into a teenage webseries.
The joint that helped countless Kiwi bands find their feet is still fondly remembered two decades after it closed.
An affair, rates hikes and budget cuts have made this Len Brown's most challenging year, politically.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?