Auckland Council's chief executive vetoes living wage plan for lifeguards.
Finding out she had a personal connection to a young soldier brought the reality of war home to Hannah Knight.
The public will now get a say on the controversial $1.5 million piece of art planned to grace Auckland's Queens Wharf.
Widespread gossip has ensnared one Auckland school.
Anzac Day is a time for Reginald Hughey Leach to remember a man who shaped his future.
It's a conversation many would rather skip, but planning for end-of-life care is one chat to have before it's too late.
Living rent-free a stone's throw from some of Auckland's hot spots is possible - if you change your job.
An Epsom war memorial honouring teachers who lost their lives in World War I received a much needed clean-up in preparation for Anzac Day.
Inner-city dwellers are beginning to realise that size is no limit when it comes to a green patch.
Will a new sculpture on Dominion Rd change Aucklanders' opinion of public art, or make them hungry for a feed?
Thirty years have passed since family members Lindsay Walden and Hazel Tarr have seen each other. They've been reunited by a letter written a century ago.
Four design options for the future use of Chamberlain Park have been agreed upon, despite Albert-Eden board members being in the dark about its cost.
Auckland City FC are into their fifth consecutive Oceania Champions League final after beating newcomers FC Gaitcha of New Caledonia 1-0 in Fiji on April 21t.
As a boy Daryl Brougham was starved, forced to eat spiders and made to cut the lawn with scissors while in foster care.
The four-day New Zealand swim champs wrapped up at West Wave Aquatic Centre on April 17.
Artist Max Gimblett has joined forces with New Zealand's "soldiers' church" to create artworks of remembrance.
Being a business owner isn't what most 17-year-olds are thinking about. But Georgia Lala isn't like most teenagers.
Grandparents often know what is best for the younger generation. And for Dyland Goodisson that meant learning to play the trumpet.
Stories of past pupils' sacrifices inspire today's students.
Girls as young as 10 have visited the homes of elderly pretending to fundraise and stealing, police warn.
Young Aucklanders making a difference in their communities are set to be recognised.
Following months of public feedback, the Albert-Eden Local Board is set to consider four design options for the future use of Chamberlain Park.
It was meant to be an academic research project looking at the portrayal of the Anzac legend in New Zealand schools but soon became much more personal.
Auckland Council wants to spend $100,000 on gates to stop cars driving to the Mt Eden summit.
Auckland's role in the Ports of Auckland business has been under review by city leaders
Just off busy Hillsborough Rd a pocket of forest known as Wattle Bay Reserve lines the Manukau Harbour. Joseph Kowhai sees it as a little piece of paradise.
An Auckland paramedic and surf lifesaver is privileged to row as part of Anzac commemorations.
The decision not to increase hire fees for council-owned venues has come as a relief for one bride-to-be.
Quinn Erikstad isn't old enough for a full driver's licence, but he's a dab hand at flying a plane.
Three Kings United have set the pace in the NRFL women's premiership and the undefeated side will be wary of life at the top.