Early childhood education will miss out on funding for professional development and special needs education.
Taking your dog to the beach in Auckland has become a complicated affair.
Auckland SeniorGold cardholders have been confused by a lack of clarity around the need to register for a public transport HOP card.
A house was almost destroyed after a faulty Nouveau 16L electronic dehumidifier caught alight.
More mentors are needed for children of prisoners following the opening of the new Auckland South Corrections Facility in Wiri.
Chiefs to go soul-searching on Super Rugby's break after being run ragged by the Waratahs in Sydney.
Proposed Auckland Harbour Bridge cycleway and footpath looks set to go to Environment Court after mediation fails.
The Downtown Shopping Centre is closing its doors on May 28 to make way for a new $680 million redevelopment.
The Auckland Women's Centre is hosting a forum to discuss the needs of women in prison.
An Auckland doctor has run 250 kilometres to start a conversation about Men's Health Month.
An anti-poverty group says Work and Income keeps beneficiaries in the dark as they rack up huge bills.
ACC has announced it will invest $2.3 million over the next five years to support Plunket in reducing the number of injuries to children under-five.
Former Panmure resident Cameron Barclay will be treading the boards in Auckland with singing group the Ten Tenors.
Forage Cafe was crowned supreme winner of the first Albert-Eden Business Awards.
A new resource aims to promote the Maori language in early childhood centres.
Central Utd have started their inaugural National Women's Knockout Cup football campaign in style.
Grey Lynn Residents Association secures funding for community-led vision for Great North Rd precinct.
Western Springs College principal Ken Havill says new blood should shape New Zealand's largest school rebuild.
An Auckland city tenant has seen his rent increase by 10 per cent in just over six months.
Increasing diversity is enriching the school environment but it might be time to re-assess the demands this places on schools.
Two community groups have lodged appeals opposing a decision on the future of Mt Albert's Fowlds Park.
Marches nationwide are gaining momentum after the death of Moko Rangitoheiri.
A 60 year old mosaic is being salvaged before further work begins on the St James theatre development on Queen St.
Auckland's newest beer festival will showcase brews including chocolate cherry porter and a pink, hazy, soured fruit beer.
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of peeping into a house, the second case in Grey Lynn this week.
"Who is going to be the next victim?" asks a liquor store worker stabbed in the hand in an aggravated robbery.
Dozens of houses were removed to build an interchange to a motorway that never materialised.
A new charter aims to protect the 85 per cent of beginning teachers on fixed-term contracts.
Nancy Keat decided to go to university when she was 72, now at 84 she's on the cusp of gaining her master's
Homeowners in Auckland are set to get off lightly this year with a much smaller rates rise.