Auckland City Harbour News
Seven generations of women from Sarah Poulter's family have attended St Mary's College over the last 150 years.
A block of land on one of Auckland's busiest roads has been fast-tracked by special housing development.
Court grants resource consent for controversial Bunnings store in Auckland's Arch Hill.
Cupid's arrow has struck the hearts of Aucklanders if padlocks on a downtown fence are anything to go by.
St David's Presbyterian Church may go after failing to meet earthquake standards and a dwindling congregation.
Bikers are ditching their black leathers for wacky blue outfits on Sunday to raise awareness of Prostate Cancer.
It was the international language of football that broke the ice between two new friends.
A stroke of luck has brought a rare 300-year-old artwork into Auckland Art Gallery's collection.
A cycleway in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter would reduce the number of car parks, concerning some business people.
Hold on to that rotten tomato or manky mandarin. You may soon be able to swap them for delectable goods.
About 93 per cent of deaf children who graduate from The Hearing House end up in mainstream schools.
Promoting sustainability, transport solutions and positive social behaviour are just a few of the important issues for under 25-year-olds, Youth Advisory Panel members say.
A looming development spells the end for historic Grafton, residents say.
Departing backpacker Claire Digneau has organised an object-swap exhibition to help rid herself of some loot.
Tucked away in an unassuming Auckland warehouse, brewer Andrew Peacocke is working his magic.
Born with more than 12 holes in her heart, Samara McKenzie was affectionately dubbed the "Swiss cheese girl."
Indian Ink, the theatre company known for its use of masks, has a production at Q Theatre later this month.
Building delays have angered parents at an Auckland college which currently sits on restored landfill.
Concerned residents are saying a big "no" to a proposed cafe at The Little Grocer site.
Sir Bob Harvey and Andrew Fagan were among attendees at the relaunch of the book South Sea Vagabonds.
The Fukuoka Friendship Garden controversially removed from Auckland Zoo will be reinstated at a cost of just over $1 million at Western Springs Park.
A speech impediment may inhibit your ability to get a sentence out but it's no life sentence, playwright says.
Several business owners on Upper Symonds St are critical of plans to take a City Rail Link station out of the area.
The earliest known surviving building on Queen St has made it to the heritage list.
Rock Enrol is a non-partisan campaign designed to encourage more under-30 year-olds to vote.
There's a revolution of sorts going on in Auckland's dining scene and food trucks are in the middle of it.
Pigeons and their poo are threatening to destroy the stonework of a historic Auckland church.
Images of piglets taking their first steps outside are part of the Animal Exploitation and Liberation art exhibition.
HNZ has applied for 25-unit pensioner housing to be rezoned to allow six-storey buildings without character restrictions.
HNZ made over 10,000 points in submission to proposed plan to delete heritage restrictions from its Auckland properties.
Rewi Spraggon was deeply troubled when he discovered a master carver selling his prized tools.
Western Springs Football Club is celebrating their 25th jubilee as the club goes from strength to strength.
Parents are "chuffed" to see construction under way on a new playground in historic Myers Park.
Revelations that a ban of rodeos on public land has been "wiped overnight'' upsets councillor.
Forty years of Tongan services are being celebrated at the St Columba Church in Grey Lynn.
A story of a homeless drifter trying to feed his dog won judges over at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.
Residents hope a vegetable plot will mark the start of a new, positive era for a neighbourhood plagued by crime.
It's a case of kindy versus primary in one Auckland suburb where growing roll numbers are causing headaches.
The Auckland Zinefest kicks off on July 11 and will run over two weekends beginning with the 24-hour Zine Challenge.
A diverse line-up of local musicians will be playing at The Wine Cellar and Whammy Bar on Friday in a show of solidarity with West Papua's struggle.
Paid parking is coming to Kingsland and with any luck it will free up parking spaces, business society manager says.
Reviving the heart of Auckland's film and television industry is being championed in a new arts plan.
What do you do if you can't afford a house in Auckland? Build a miniature one, tiny house advocates say.
Car speeds of 30kmh or less in communities are essential to encourage more people to cycle, advocates say.
Students will be taking old suits and creating something fabulous not in the name of fashion, but charity instead.
The play Seed follows four women as they try to get pregnant, stay pregnant or become un-pregnant.
Veteran journalist Dr David Robie spent his career promoting issues pertinent to the Asia-Pacific region.
An ambitious new proposal could breathe fresh life into the former Carrington Psychiatric Hospital now owned by Unitec.
Can changes to parking make for a more liveable city? Auckland Transport's draft parking document outlines its plans.
A play about sexuality and culture is off to the Fringe Festival with The Factory, another Samoan work.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?