Imogen can't wait to try out a range of different sports at the Saint Kentigern Halberg Junior Disability Sports Day .
It's been there for 100 years, but the historic turret house in Lynfield could soon be gone.
Bulging state house waiting lists are leaving Auckland families in crisis for months on end.
New numbers are stacking up behind overwhelming calls to open up Onehunga Wharf to the public.
New dining and open areas in Auckland's city centre could become a reality within five years.
Miho's Jazz Orchestra was formed to raise money for the Christchurch's recovery but their sound proved so popular they're touring nationally.
Cornwall Park's newly built cafe , originally due to open on Friday, has been demolished after a suspicious blaze.
Fletcher Building has fronted up over two options for the Three Kings Quarry.
The cricket season is under way and this Sunday there's an opportunity to witness a different side of the sport.
Graeme Sims had so much stuff crammed in his flat he could only walk on a home-made track.
A stormwater project in the pipeline for Mt Roskill will cost an estimated $25 million.
Students at an Auckland school have been looming at a furious pace as they try to set a NZ record for the longest band.
Students from Mt Roskill Intermediate knocked out the competition at the Chess Power National Interschool Competition.
Students at Wesley Intermediate received a gift they could really sink their teeth into - a meal.
Auckland Transport intends to move to an exact fare and no change policy on buses in the future.
Dylan Mandow will be hoping for a present of a different kind when his mum steps into the boxing ring to take part in a fight night for CanTeen.
New Zealanders will get front row seats for tonight's total lunar eclipse, also known as a blood moon.
A church has demolished houses in preparation for a car park that has yet to be given consent.
Photo id checks may be introduced at Work and Income sites following the recent Ashburton shootings.
Twenty Auckland architecture students are heading to Christchurch to help revive the city using light and movement.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?