Three Kings creative Sam RB is proving her artistic skills are transferable.
As upgrades to Grey Lynn Park loom, the Richmond Rovers must work to find a solution for their clubrooms.
The Waitemata Youth Collective have created a map to showcase what's on offer in the central city for young people.
The Waiheke Wine Expo offers the chance to taste and learn about the different vintages from the island's award-winning boutique wineries.
Auckland's transport situation should look a lot different in 2017.
A car and bus collided at the intersection between Ponsonby Rd and Karangahape Rd
Songwriter Mercy Williams has won a competition for a song she thought was too dark for mainstream tastes.
Metro FC are denied promotion in the women's league while Three Kings finish bottom of the men's premiership.
A decision on dog access rules in Pt Chevalier has been delayed after residents complained they weren't consulted on last-minute changes.
A number of low vehicle residential streets across Auckland are set to be resurfaced with chip seal.
One person has been freed from inside a toppled cherry picker on a Ponsonby building site.
As the International Day of Older Persons approaches, Grey Power says Auckland needs to do much more to cater for its ageing population.
New plans show the way forward for Pt Chevalier Kindergarten.
University of Auckland students gathered to make the Chinese pastries as part of competition to mark the moon cake festival.
Long term changes are coming to the Great North Rd Interchange.
The kauri trees in Queen Elizabeth Square could be mulched to make way for new developments.
Auckland is not the same city it was 100 years ago, here's your chance to see just how much it has changed.
People are ditching the tight lycra for vintage glam in a bike ride around the central suburbs of Auckland.
Increasing the frequency of buses in Grey Lynn is a concern to the business community.
The Albert-Eden Local Board has agreed on a number of changes to the dog access rules for the coastline between Pt Chevalier beach and Waterview.
The New Zealand Warbirds Association performed an aerial salute to mark the anniversary of the World War II battle.
The ingenuity of Kiwi kids was called upon to help build a school half a world away.
A 17-year-old student is making her own mark to stamp out online tormentors.
Felicity Bain is pleading for her laptop to be returned after it was stolen from her flat with vital university research on it.
An underground Auckland band is embarking on a tour of the United States.
Geoff Scott of Vinnie's restaurant in Ponsonby will embark on the challenge of living on $2.25 a day to help combat human trafficking.
In its prime the Mt Albert Senior Citizens Club had 100 members and a waiting list. Now it has just three.
While All Blacks supporters brave the 3.45am alarm on Monday to watch New Zealand's opening World Cup match, spare a thought for Pumas fans.
Old quilts at Alberton have been replaced with colourful patchwork pieces as part of a new exhibition.
Meet your local Rugby World cup stars from the Auckland City Harbour News area.