An artist is expressing her political views through alternative flag designs.
A Grey Lynn art school allows creatives to study without having to compromise on work or family.
Fitim Rudi has been battling chronic liver disease for most of his life. His family came to New Zealand as refugees from Kosovo and would love to take him back there for a family reunion.
A third development option for Three Kings Quarry has now been shared with residents.
An Auckland councillor is calling for the new council-controlled organisation, Development Auckland, to focus its energies on Onehunga.
Gribblehirst Park is in for big changes as former bowling club's future is up for grabs.
Auckland firefighters Albert Clarke and George Oliver died in an accident in 1945. Now researchers are on the hunt for more information about the pair.
Two indie-rock songwriters have landed a spot in the Silver Scroll Top 20 - New Zealand's most prestigious music awards.
A man has been stabbed during a dispute in an inner city Auckland apartment.
Habitat for Humanity worker Kosala Krishnan says building houses in Nepal is about much more than just putting a roof over people's heads.
Three Kings steer clear of relegation while Western Springs keep slipping.
The Manukau Harbour is slowly changing for the better.
A second half masterclass hands Grammar TEC the 2015 Auckland premier rugby title.
An Auckland hockey star will be studying and playing at one of the United States' most prestigious universities.
More than 13,000 Auckland preschoolers are ready for their first year in the classroom, having been through the B4 School Check.
Three high school students have decided to tackle their school production themselves.
It is estimated there are currently 4.5 million people in forced sexual exploitation, 21 per cent of which are children. An Onehunga jewellery store owner has just spent two weeks in Thailand volunteering for a charity trying to end the trade.
You can find almost anything in the trash. But would you look there for fashion?
Holcim is relocating its cement boats from Onehunga to Waitemata port following the construction of a new multi-million dollar terminal.
Workers driving into the city will feel the pinch come August as AT is bumps up prices to discourage commuter parking.
A series of ferocious weekend winds has left Central United football club's grandstand in ruins.
It was close but no cigar for the Marist Saints as Mt Albert grabbed their rugby league victory.
Variety’s Monster Book Fair is coming to an end. The event, which is one of Auckland's largest book fairs, has taken a toll on its volunteers.
An injection of $62.9 million is a step towards greater support for special needs learning in schools.
Chinese business owners in the Auckland suburb of Balmoral oppose moves to brand the area "Auckland's Chinatown".
Central Utd prevail while Western Springs suffer a heavy loss in the NRFL premier league.
Despite having only started cheerleading a year ago, Pascale and Gabriella Hertnon are taking their routine to Hawaii.
Harman Grubisa want to make women look fabulous. New Zealand Fashion Week will give them a chance to show they've got what it takes.
Joan Holland made an immense contribution to Auckland education throughout her life.
Turner Reserve playground is back and better than ever.