Auckland City Harbour News
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.
Prices dropped on Wynyard Quarter's heritage tram service in a bid to get more bums on seats.
Life hasn't been easy for Tom and Annie Cawood and the tragic loss of their granddaughter was a further blow.
By day he's a cop, but after hours he is "Angus McLean - crime writer".
New dining and open areas in Auckland's city centre could become a reality within five years.
Rainbow Youth, a charity which supports queer and trans young people, is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
A group of kids looking to give a deserving family a house are bartering their way there, starting with a loaf of bread.
The Barlow's have exactly one month to bring their dream of a computing museum to life.
It's been a long fight, but it looks as if St James Theatre's curtains will rise once more.
An Auckland jeweller is using her craft to draw attention to the plight of pollinator insects worldwide.
The I'm An Artist campaign aims to change attitudes towards people with a disability or experience of mental ill-health.
Dylan Mandow will be hoping for a present of a different kind when his mum steps into the boxing ring to take part in a fight night for CanTeen.
A man's home is his castle. But what if home is a K Rd underpass and your possessions fit in a shopping trolley?
Old age, death and illness have seen a drop in RSA members so officials have gone online to grab the younger crowd.
A veteran journalist has helped expose the inner workings of foreign charter fishing vessels in New Zealand seas.
Mercury Theatre may not be well-equipped but it is a "theatre for singers", opera legend says.
Jasper Putt loves to tear around the rugby field but the stage is where he feels most at home.
For the Coulter sisters it's not so much a case of doing it for themselves as it is about doing it for the community.
The upgrade of Mt Albert town centre isn't off the cards just yet.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?