Relegation woes trouble clubs as season draws to a close
Baseball's move to Mt Roskill confirmed as other codes cry foul
Children's Commissioner Russell Wills has highlighted serious issues in Child, Youth and Family
A new documentary follows Jared Noel's quest to fight cancer and meet his newborn daughter.
An Auckland school filled its 200,000 litre pool with plastic bags in a bid to raise awareness about the state of waterways.
Grabbing four titles in a month completes a bumper sporting season for MAGS.
A new SMART Approach flight path trial is set to begin.
The parents of Rylee Ko are raising funds for Starship following their daughter's death
Plans to get rid of an Auckland retirement village fly in the face of the area's housing needs, report suggests.
The Albert-Eden Local Board is frustrated after Auckland Transport took away funding for a long-anticipated pedestrian overbridge.
New Zealand's female comic community is growing and three artists are helping the profile.
Owairaka is set to be Aucklands next eco-neighborhood.
Glenfield advance in the Women's KO Cup while Eastern Suburbs are crowned men's champions.
Life inside of a fish tank is being performed at the Basement Theatre
St Kentigern takes the Auckland 1A final in a dramatic match at Eden Park.
Kelly Munford is educating students about the risk of driver fatigue after her own accident.
Intense concentration and strategic play created the perfect atmosphere for hundreds of young chess players in central Auckland.
Laneway organisers were planning on Auckland Domain being the festival's new home, but the Lantern Festival took that spot.
Motorists, you'd better watch out, you'd better not try... Auckland Transport is trialling mobile parking ticket cameras.
Balance has been restored as Auckland's sport club fees are scrapped.
A new exhibition at Onehunga Library is playing videos of 60 well-known New Zealanders discussing Treaty issues.
University tutor Marie McEntee has been recognised with a tertiary education award.
Two New Zealand hip-hop crews have placed at the Hip-Hop World Championships in San Diego
Just two days into her new job, police college graduate Trish Fatu made her first arrest.
An investigation into the cost of hydrodynamic modelling in the Manukau Harbour is being welcomed by advocates for the harbour's health.
A Starship nurse has made it into the top 20 finalists in the Miss Universe New Zealand pageant.
The farm manger of Auckland's Cornwall Park is asking visitors to look, but not touch as lambing begins at the park.
The second New Zealand Beard and Moustache Competition will feature a female category.
Relegation fears and a costly transfer saga are among the woes at a central Auckland club.
Angry customers brought their own tables and chairs to a popular Auckland cafe after the council ordered the removal of outdoor seating.