Auckland City Harbour News
Job losses at Unitec continue the "scourge of casualisation" affecting the country, Tertiary Education Union says.
Beauty plus brains is a winning formula for Elena Turner.
A distinctly Mexican flavour will be spicing up Christmas celebrations on K' Rd.
It was more than just a mutual love of music that struck a chord between two new friends.
As The Ashes series across the ditch heats up, cricket clubs here are urging players not to engage in verbal abuse to gain an edge over the opposition.
The central city is already covered in Christmas decorations and this year organisers are pulling out all the stops.
A new display charts the history of computing, from the giant room-sized machines of old to the current pocket-sized versions.
The Jewish community and the Israeli Embassy are hosting a free Hanukkah event at Albert Park.
Do you want to see some old-school legends back on the court, dunking like Jordan?
AID Philippines: A Concert of HOPE is on tonight and features Tina Cross and Annie Crummer.
The battle lines may change but the players in Auckland Central look set to remain the same after an electoral shake-up.
Drug symposium provides an opportunity to discuss increased use in youth as young as eight.
Azwhayn Nirvana Skye doesn't let his condition, giant axonal neuropathy or GAN, stop him from doing anything.
Tim Phin is the man behind Our:House, a music festival that draws thousands of partygoers.
A baker-turned-cookbook writer is one of the creative women sharing their secrets to success in a new book.
Shortland Street favourite Beth Allen is swapping a hospital for a classroom this month starring in and co-producing the psychological drama Between the Sheets
Mimi Sayid’s family is relieved that ACC will pay for her hospital treatment after she was bitten by a dog.
Gridlocked traffic across the inner city was the first hint many Aucklanders had that something had gone horribly wrong on the evening of November 26, 1993.
Councillor Mike Lee thinks new liquor legislation will fail to clean up Auckland's ugly boozing reputation
Ponsonby’s Soho Square is set to be transformed into a $200 million shopping, apartment and office precinct.
Grey Lynn Toy Library is calling for new members to take advantage of the toys on offer.
An inner city primary is preparing for a complete overhaul after learning it will get around $10 million for new school buildings.
80 years on and the Santa Parade still delights
This Sunday the Farmer's Santa Parade will be entertaining kids from all over Auckland for the 80th time.
Doris Taufateau is now a teacher at her old stomping ground, Tamaki College and she's keen to give back to the school that gave her so much..
The countdown is on for Parnell Tennis Club and Pavlina Nola and Nick Turner are ready to lead the charge.
Angela Carter has won first place in this year's Cult Couture fashion show with her garment made of plastic bags.
Olivia Shivas was born with muscular dystrophy, but isn't letting it get in the way of her mission to increase the representation of disabled people in the media.
Siouxsie Wiles efforts in making the scientific world easier to understand have earned her the Prime Minister's Science Media Communication Prize.
Adman James Allan never came face-to-face with schizophrenia until a friend suggested he hire a relative who suffered from the condition.
Levelling the playing field in education is the objective behind the student-led tutoring service NCEA Campus.
Arthritis New Zealand is $2000 better off thanks to the Unitec Sport Recovery Zone at the adidas Auckland Marathon.
An Australian man who "never grew up" will make his mark in New Zealand when he builds a 1.9 metre model of the Sky Tower out of Lego.
The school where 10-year-old Mimi Sayid was attacked wants dog owners to take more care.
Residents want speed limit for Xmas
A temporary 30kmph speed limit for this year's Franklin Rd light display is looking unlikely.
Schools have found spin off Facebook pages are appearing in the wake of the Roast Busters scandal.
Rugby stalwart Peter Fatialofa will be remembered as a "larger than life" character at his former Ponsonby club.
We put 10 questions to Dean Hewison and Leon Wadham, the writers of interactive play Live at Six.
A controversial artwork depicting strike-breaking on Auckland's waterfront will be changed after public backlash.
Support group Alateen helps young people deal with the difficulties of their parents' alcohol problems.
An upcoming concert celebrates the birth of a prince and supports the Auckland City Mission's Christmas appeal.
A young man escaped out a window when his house went up in flames after he was woken by a smoke alarm.
Serene Lorimer is hoping people will join the fold and help create an origami installation at the free light festival Art in the Dark.
Trish Bartleet takes overgrown, underplanted and uninviting spaces and turns them into outdoor oases.
Hillary's story a big screen success
Beyond the Edge had the highest grossing opening weekend for any documentary in New Zealand.
Helen Schreuder trained as a vet nurse but soon realised it wasn't for her and went for a job which offered her more "positivity".
Angela Carter is creating a recycled revolution for next month's Cult Couture fashion show.
George Gorringe and Jocelyn Bunch are running the adidas Auckland Marathon to raise money for the Fred Hollows Foundation.
Lesley Lilley has found innovative ways to indulge her green thumb thanks to a gardening group run by the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind.
Herne Bay actress Aidee Walker’s award-winning short film Friday Tigers will screen at the Show Me Shorts film festival this month.
Ron Foley has been boxing and coaching for more than 50 years so he knows how to pack a punch.
Do you wear a lifejacket when you are on the water - no matter what vessel you are in?