Two trees in Auckland believed to be more than 100 years old have been removed in the same weekend, upsetting neighbours.
Onehunga Office Supplies has sold four big winning tickets in a week.
When their next-door neighbour's house burned down, a Ponsonby couple not only lost a friend but ended up in a tricky situation with their own house.
Matthew Cutler-Welsh has insulated the roof of a 1920s Auckland house using donated material that was bound for the rubbish tip.
Annie Cripps faced a lifetime of demons to become an inspirational figure at GROW New Zealand. The organisation deals with mental illness and is celebrating 50 years this week.
The Diwali festival of 2014 proved an extra special one, after a public marriage proposal by one of the performers.
Epsom MP David Seymour is on the hunt for a teen to be part of Youth Parliament 2016.
Three Kings creative Sam RB is proving her artistic skills are transferable.
Marist women's softball title defence got off to a fair start in the first two games of the Auckland Fastpitch season.
A man has been approaching women in Mt Albert and trying to kiss and touch them, police say.
An elderly Auckland man has recorded his life story in print. It follows his incredible journey, from growing up in a war zone in China, escaping to Fiji and eventually coming to New Zealand.
Bringing people joy through music was Becky Nacario's way of giving. Her husband Jeffrey hopes to continue that legacy.
Robin Williams' widow and his three children from previous marriages have reached a settlement in their legal fight over the late actor's estate.
In the early 20th century, Auckland's Myers Park transformed from a slum rife with prostitution and opium dens into a model for modern urban living.
Auckland Police have released images of two men allegedly involved in a ATM skimming scam.
The Waitemata Youth Collective have created a map to showcase what's on offer in the central city for young people.
Cory McLennan says sailing alone across vast seas is a thrill - and he's too busy to ever be lonely.
Royce Elliott has recorded his experiences of growing up in a Mt Albert Methodist orphanage in a new book.
Pourewa Valley is just one example of how the public can help preserve Auckland's natural habitats.
Auckland's transport situation should look a lot different in 2017.
Jess Gracie holds one simple advantage over her fencing opponents, which has helped her rise through the junior ranks.
A young Mt Eden band aren't getting too hung up on missing out on a Rockquest placing, with their live performances a real draw card.
Metro FC are denied promotion in the women's league while Three Kings finish bottom of the men's premiership.
A decision on dog access rules in Pt Chevalier has been delayed after residents complained they weren't consulted on last-minute changes.
A new pedestrian bridge over Manukau Harbour is one step closer following an application by the NZ Transport Agency for resource consent.
As the International Day of Older Persons approaches, Grey Power says Auckland needs to do much more to cater for its ageing population.
A group of brilliant young minds at Maungawhau school are putting LEGO to a higher cause.
University of Auckland students gathered to make the Chinese pastries as part of competition to mark the moon cake festival.
Long term changes are coming to the Great North Rd Interchange.
Uncovering the mystery of a long-lost plaque is leaving many stumped.