A day of glorious weather is set to greet families turning out to welcome Santa in Auckland.
Finding skilled volunteers is an ongoing struggle for nonprofit organisations. Donating Brains can help.
Despite their consistent success on the pitch Auckland United's softballers still don't have a place to call home.
A group of central Auckland teenagers are speaking up on the proposed changes to the bus network.
Mt Eden Normal Primary School children were surprised to discover a conundrum behind their school gate.
A new pocket park has been opened along a busy commercial road in Auckland.
The world’s last remaining Solent Mark IV Flying Boat has fallen into disrepair, but the museum that owns it can't afford to fix it.
Historic Auckland church divided up into apartments which are selling for some ungodly prices.
Turret House has been a blight on the Lynfield landscape for far too long, but things are about to change.
Music has always been a big part of Marie Jayet's life but there's one box she's still yet to tick.
A controversial move by council officials to keep the public out of plans to expand an Auckland mall has left neighbours “absolutely terrified” about the future of their neighborhood.
Only 600 people turned up to the Santa Parade in Mt Roskill last year, so this Christmas they're trying something different in Puketapapa.
Sophie Jayawardene has dedicated her life to people living with HIV to break down the stigma and discrimination.
A young girl escaped with just bruises after a dramatic face plant in a trolley derby.
After 13 years at Mount Albert Grammar School Dale Burden is leaving and his replacement is raring to go.
Costumes by Weta Workshop will be the finishing touch for three teenage performers as they sing on stage for the first time at the ASB Theatre, in Beauty and the Beast.
Oliver Curtis has made the New Zealand Youth Olympics winter team.
A tiny dog sparked an unlikely friendship between two men that led to a donation of a dozen pies. Two years later the pie donations are still coming, and they're helping Auckland food banks feed hungry families.
The Railway Lodge, one of Ponsonby's last links to its working class roots, is up for sale after a century as a fraternal hall.
Auckland principals are urging parents to have their say on what changes should be made to the education system.
Loved by students, children and homeless for decades, Albert Park's ombu tree has many secrets.
Mt Eden artist Janet Mansfield has expressed her belief in the importance of educating children in the arts.
More than 1000 students are set to take part in the Albert-Eden Schools Cultural Festival at Mt Albert's Rocket Park.
Council funding cuts to the service and maintenance of parks means locals will soon start to notice more weeds and less planting in public gardens.
A fish tank and lettuce is just the beginning for one young innovator.
A man testing a Housing New Zealand property for methamphetamine was trapped in a kitchen while the tenant's dogs attacked him.
OPINION: When the time comes to attribute a cause to this weekend's helicopter crash, we must protect lives.
As Phil Goff announces his bid for Auckland's top job, the city's residents tell us what they want from a new mayor.
OPINION: A big modern city needs a big modern public transport system – as Kiwis see overseas.
Every five minutes someone in New Zealand becomes a victim of family violence.