Auckland City Harbour News
A walking and cycling track, fale, outdoor classroom and fernery have been introduced to Grey Lynn School.
The late Dave McArtney has the final word on a life in rock'n'roll in a memoir to be published in May.
A venue change would spell the end for Taste of Auckland, director Robert Eliott says.
Auckland Zoo's demolished Japanese friendship garden could end up being rebuilt on its original site.
The yellow gantry crane being used on the Waterview tunnel project is called Dennis in honour of a worker who died of cancer.
Battle-ready residents are standing up for their elderly state home neighbours in Freemans Bay.
An art auction to help raise funds for a legal battle against Arch Hill's controversial Bunnings store will be held later this month.
Climbing comp shows off arborists' skills
If you are wondering why there are people in trees in Western Park this weekend, it is all in the name of sport.
Te Reo will not survive unless more New Zealanders start learning it, a cross-sector educational group says.
Reading comics all day might not sound like a proper job to some people, but to Jeremy Bishop it's the perfect career.
After the attack on Mt Roskill dairy owner Rajeev Kumar, deputy editor Jenny Ling asked dairy owners if their trade is still a good way to make a living.
Plant and Food Research is celebrating its 75th anniversary in March and the public are invited to an open day at its Mt Albert base.
Requests for ground level accommodation for a family with an ill child have been denied by Housing New Zealand.
A section of Queen St will be closed next Saturday as models strut down New Zealand's longest catwalk.
Vending machine stocks nappies, wipes and food
A new vending machine is set to combat 'baby brain' by stocking emergency supplies of nappies and food for parents caught short.
The Waitemata Local Board is developing a draft plan for the Karangahape Rd area and is consulting Aucklanders on what they would like to see.
DANIELLE STREET - © Fairfax NZ NewsRestoring an old and rundown tram bench on their berm was a true labour of love for the Schnabel family.
Tennis clubs are rallying against a lights-out proposal which would cut back their playing hours.
Karen Leuschke has worked with youngsters through Kidsline since it was first launched 26 years ago.
As the weather cools down, business heats up for chimney sweep Ciaran Fitzpatrick.
The death of an Ethiopian woman in an Auckland house fire has prompted a coroner to recommend a new alarm system for immigrants who use fire or incense in the home.
Working longer hours to pay rent has sparked calls for controls to be imposed by the government.
The best poets to graduate from the Rising Voices Poetry Slam will each present a showcase of their work at the Herald Theatre tonight and tomorrow.
Best friends Edmund Eramiha and Kani Collier will rub shoulders with Temuera Morrison in a new reality television show promoting kapa haka.
A 1920s villa was removed last week to make way for new housing developments.
Andrijana Milosavljevic had plans for Valentine's Day but who she would spend the evening with was a mystery.
An Elliott St business-owner will have to close his line of eateries to make way for the NDG Building.
Would a tax on sugary drinks make you reach for a glass of water instead?
Janet Mikkelsen never dreamed she would become a funeral director but she decided a change from nursing was in order.
Street party brings Brazil to Auckland
The inaugural Remuera Goes to Rio street party will showcase the best of Brazilian music, dance and food on March 1.
Guilty of using your mobile in the car, despite the 2009 law change? You're not alone.
Improvements to the northwestern motorway between St Lukes Rd and Great North Rd interchanges will get under way in mid-autumn.
Some say he must have a death wish
Alexander Ive has signed up for a race where competitors run through wires carrying 10,000 volts, dive through icy water and crawl in mud under barbed wire.
Eden Terrace residents are hoping to spruce up a wall in their little corner of Auckland with something brighter.
A group of first generation New Zealanders have found a novel way to connect with their Chinese roots.
Transgender teens are facing significant hurdles when accessing health care, according to a world first study.
The Find My iPhone application is proving to be a helpful crime fighting tool but it won't always save the day, police warn.
A 20-year battle to make a risky stretch of road safer for pedestrians is almost over.
Ryan Herbert is partially blind and suffers developmental delays. But there is one thing he enjoys more than anything and that is making music.
They've only been in the job a few months but Auckland Airport's newest employees have a nose for trouble.
The Auckland Pride Festival is back and is kicking things off at the Q theatre tonight.
Do you ever feel like an impostor? Harold Hillman has and he's pretty sure you will have too.
Silver Scroll-nominated duo Tattletale Saints are about to take on the United States.
There are fears the old and disabled could be shut out of thousands of Auckland buildings.
A light-hearted look at the challenges of being Kiwi-Asian in New Zealand will hit the stage during this year's Auckland Lantern Festival.
Supporters of Auckland Zoo's demolished Japanese friendship garden have some assurance it will be reinstated.
Double lung transplant patient Katherine Harris will be lining up for this year's Ports of Auckland Round the Bays .
Stephen Freundlich is putting himself through a couple of hours of pain in the hope it will ease a family's suffering.
Being a kid can be stressful. Fortunately Edit Horvath has a solution for youngsters dealing with the ups and downs of childhood.
250 players, 46,000 fans and 1500 staff will descend on Eden Park for the NRL Nines tournament next week.
Are you excited about next month's Royal visit?