Finding skilled volunteers is an ongoing struggle for nonprofit organisations. Donating Brains can help.
Despite their consistent success on the pitch Auckland United's softballers still don't have a place to call home.
A group of central Auckland teenagers are speaking up on the proposed changes to the bus network.
A new pocket park has been opened along a busy commercial road in Auckland.
The world’s last remaining Solent Mark IV Flying Boat has fallen into disrepair, but the museum that owns it can't afford to fix it.
Jayden Daniels has gone from the stage to Shortland Street and back again.
A controversial move by council officials to keep the public out of plans to expand an Auckland mall has left neighbours “absolutely terrified” about the future of their neighborhood.
After 13 years at Mount Albert Grammar School Dale Burden is leaving and his replacement is raring to go.
Costumes by Weta Workshop will be the finishing touch for three teenage performers as they sing on stage for the first time at the ASB Theatre, in Beauty and the Beast.
The idea of building a pump track in Grey Lynn is moving forward with support from the Waitemata Local Board, but still needs more funding.
Oliver Curtis has made the New Zealand Youth Olympics winter team.
A tiny dog sparked an unlikely friendship between two men that led to a donation of a dozen pies. Two years later the pie donations are still coming, and they're helping Auckland food banks feed hungry families.
The Railway Lodge, one of Ponsonby's last links to its working class roots, is up for sale after a century as a fraternal hall.
Loved by students, children and homeless for decades, Albert Park's ombu tree has many secrets.
Freedom camping is still a problem in Westmere with tourists parking up for the night.
More than 1000 students are set to take part in the Albert-Eden Schools Cultural Festival at Mt Albert's Rocket Park.
Public consultation is now open for the Quay St cycleway.
OPINION: When the time comes to attribute a cause to this weekend's helicopter crash, we must protect lives.
As Phil Goff announces his bid for Auckland's top job, the city's residents tell us what they want from a new mayor.
OPINION: A big modern city needs a big modern public transport system – as Kiwis see overseas.
A new bill proposes an increase in fines if you litter.
Incidents between WINZ clients and staff are occurring at a rate of more than one a day in Auckland's west and central WINZ offices.
Michelle Kidd worked as voluntary court attendant and social worker at Auckland District Court for 16 years before her role was disestablished.
Pt Chevalier residents are getting to know their neighbours and learning to cook together, thanks to a community dining event.
Professor Ian Reid and his team have been granted $500,000 to continue their research into how to prevent osteoporosis.
Scuffles breaking out as Auckland windscreen washers chase competitors from their patch.
An Auckland primary school has been awarded 'WasteWise' status for its efforts in sustainability.
OPINION: Send a message to Auckland ... it's time to step up and show some leadership.
A sign left on K Road read: "My uncle is dead. Next time listen to cries of help".
Government to invest price of two new schools into redevelopment of one Auckland college.