Auckland City Harbour News
Works to restore the demolished Japanese friendship garden from Auckland Zoo will begin early next year.
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.
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.
Four Shakespeare lovers have modernised one of the Bard's most famous stories into a teenage web series.
A lengthy battle to find some common ground between two Auckland education providers has come to an end.
Check out five festive summer events to pull you out of a post-Christmas and New Year's slumber.
Plans for the controversial sculpture on Auckland's waterfront are progressing, but the public is still in the dark.
Capturing K Rd on camera and sharing inspiring stories has kickstarted a new career for Chris Pemberton.
You can't lead from the office. That's the mantra of Auckland's new top police officer.
A group of students wanted to give a needy family a house so they started with a loaf of bread.
Pasifika artists are getting their work online to connect with young people who may not have visited an art gallery.
Andy Evans started a dog treat delivery service called Bow Wow Box after noticing a gap in the market for pet owners.
A bulging prison population has prompted construction of a new medium-secure mental health unit.
Auckland's most colourful strip is getting ready to party New Orleans style.
A traditional Hawaiian voyaging canoe is due to arrive in Auckland as part of a worldwide trip.
The Circability Trust is celebrating Diversity Week with circus, art, film and educational workshops for people of all abilities.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?