Auckland City Harbour News
Waking up to a stranger creeping around the house is everyone's worst nightmare - but one man wasn't about to let the intruder get away.
New Zealand residents who trained as doctors overseas say they can't find employment here due to discrimination.
There's still time to have your say on the future of the K' Rd and Newton areas.
The Blind Foundation is desperate for new puppy walkers, a volunteer role that requires a commitment of about 12 months.
Abi Raymond is living proof that one person can have a huge impact on another's life. The registered arts therapist speaks about how her creative profession makes a difference.
A 27-year-old's dream of being a builder has been cut short by a rare spinal disease.
Crossroads Clubhouse is providing adults affected by mental illness with the framework to get back on track.
A community project to restore a heritage building in Grafton is at the centre of a year-long legal battle.
Plans to install an artificial turf at Fowlds Park is concerning some neighbours.
Street art festival 'an open studio'
Walls on the K' Rd strip will be transformed into canvases for some of the country's best street artists.
A market in Pt Chevalier this Saturday is becoming a highlight in the community - but it's a market with a catch.
The royals will take a public drive down Beaumont and Jellicoe streets before visiting the Team New Zealand headquarters.
Time is running out to see the collective works of artists from the Toi Ora Live Art Trust at Artstation.
Social media opens up a new line of communication for people with speech-language difficulties.
An elephant with a prosthetic leg was just one of the startling things Carol Davis saw on her trip around Sri Lanka.
No two days are the same for Nigel Stainton. The osteopath treats everyone from newborns to octogenarians and loves every minute.
A study at Unitec is looking at the potential advantages of using standing desks in the workplace.
Vague de Cirque circus is in town
A Canadian circus troupe will be bringing the magic of the big top to the Herald Theatre.
Politicians gathered at Britomart Transport Centre in Auckland to launch the city's new electrified rail line.
At just 5 years old Camille Howie would run rings around your school French despite having no French roots.
A four-year global study has started to unlock the mystery of why human cells act differently.
Carving is more than an interest for Tristan Marler. It's a way to learn more about his iwi and make a contribution to its future.
If you've got a great idea to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill Auckland Council wants to hear from you.
Experience the science behind glowing bugs, robots and the universe with Motat's Science Street Fair on Sunday.
Laughter yoga is no joke say converts as it aims to reduce stress and lower blood pressure.
A century-old club is breaking new ground by going cold turkey this year.
A nine-day harvest celebration offering more than 50 events starts this weekend on Waiheke Island.
The Wynyard family has permanently gifted a silver table centrepiece to Auckland Museum.
Is apartment living encouraging us to be a less neighbourly city?
Safari trip becomes a board game
An adventurous pair has created Game Drive, a board game inspired by their time exploring Africa to help support conservation efforts there.
The good people of the Westmere Butchery have shaved their heads to raise money for cancer research.
Rare condition could paralyse child
A family is trying to raise money to improve their daughter's life in the hope she will defy the odds of her disease.
Changes are coming to Auckland's 50-year-old Museum of Transport and Technology (Motat) where management is trying to give it fresh relevance in a modern market.
Lucy Thompson knows why matching feet to ballet pointe shoes is so important and rewarding.
Protesters seeking to prevent a marine reserve on Waiheke's northern beaches are waiting to hear what Parliament has to say.
A theatre will be the setting for parents, carers and teachers wanting to learn how to help children with disorders such as Asperger's syndrome and dyslexia.
A new yoga class aims to de-stress middle-aged grumpy guys turning them into mellow men.
Ben Atkins' first book looks back to a time of gangsters and bootleggers in depression-era America.
The long-awaited ASB Premiership trophy is heading back to Kiwitea St for the first time in five years.
State housing tenants are fed up with having to deal with vomit, urine, used needles and all-night benders.
Plunket is encouraging people to take advantage of the government's free flu vaccinations.
A challenge to join the Village Sports Academy led to Eugene Peni shedding 62kg and working towards a diploma in sport fitness.
Dead eels and carp have been found in Oakley Creek, near the Waterview Connection site.
Jo Herbert's work as a framer has seen her put a border around some weird and wonderful stuff.
The popular Taste of Auckland Festival has been given the boot from Victoria Park.
Top sailors from around New Zealand are readying themselves for a couple of busy months on the water.
Jade Alexander bared all in Britomart to spread information about ancient dolphin hunting practices still occurring in Japan, wearing nothing but bodypaint.
Growing taste for ethical purchases
More New Zealanders are choosing products that benefit others in a bid to tackle global poverty.
Gym bunnies around the world are raising millions for charity by doing pull-ups and then passing the challenge on.
After more than a dozen years rescuing stricken turtles and caring for other sea creatures at Kelly Tarlton's, Matt Harvey has called time on his underwater career.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?