Despite a narrow victory on May 28 the Mt Albert Lions are still premier title contenders.
The Puketapapa Local Board is halting a park expansion consuming much needed housing stock.
Early childhood education will miss out on funding for professional development and special needs education.
Taking your dog to the beach in Auckland has become a complicated affair.
A set of community facilities has opened at Valonia Reserve in New Windsor.
Auckland SeniorGold cardholders have been confused by a lack of clarity around the need to register for a public transport HOP card.
A house was almost destroyed after a faulty Nouveau 16L electronic dehumidifier caught alight.
Briana was told she wouldn't amount to anything. In mainstream school she slipped through the cracks, then she found an alternative.
More mentors are needed for children of prisoners following the opening of the new Auckland South Corrections Facility in Wiri.
School takes every pupil's devices for checks after children breached rules.
Police have discovered a number of stolen items, including four computers, following a search of a a central Auckland address.
Alex Hamberger's witty response sees him refunded his $300 re-booking fee.
'We heard a loud bang and It shook the whole house.'
One whiff of perfume, cleaning products or paint can leave Sabrina Paige ill for days.
The Downtown Shopping Centre is closing its doors on May 28 to make way for a new $680 million redevelopment.
A Three Kings film director has won two awards for her first feature documentary.
The Auckland Women's Centre is hosting a forum to discuss the needs of women in prison.
Twin sisters have graduated with the same doctorate, but their careers couldn't be further apart.
An Auckland doctor has run 250 kilometres to start a conversation about Men's Health Month.
One stood beside Gandhi to expel British rule from India, now the Ravji's will receive two letters from the Queen.
A group of Kiwi footballers have returned from Tottenham Hotspur FC world champions
Jarod Rawiri is stepping away from the camera for a more quirky performance.
This week we introduce you to the Mt Roskill Community Policing Team.
ACC has announced it will invest $2.3 million over the next five years to support Plunket in reducing the number of injuries to children under-five.
After only three years of comedy David Correos says he's reached his peak already.
A local east Auckland derby on the weekend has seen Marist dominate Mt Wellington, and with it push their title credentials.
Artist Katy Wallace has been working with Edendale Primary School school students to help spruce up a Sandringham park.
Da Jiang Fan didn't get resource consent before building a garage at his Auckland home. Now he's paying the price.
Former Panmure resident Cameron Barclay will be treading the boards in Auckland with singing group the Ten Tenors.
Forage Cafe was crowned supreme winner of the first Albert-Eden Business Awards.