Auckland City Harbour News
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.
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.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?