Andrew Tsang was among four awardees the Auckland District police commander presented with a certificate of appreciation for their lifesaving actions.
Are central Auckland sports clubs being unfairly charged?
Kiwi musicians are performing to help the Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre.
A fire sparked by carelessly discarded cigarettes has caused extensive damage to a Mt Roskill house.
It's not every day an All Blacks coach shows up to your First XV training.
Unitec's Building One, the old Carrington Hospital, gets a visual tribute from a film maker.
A recently formed group challenging Auckland Council's rate hikes and transport levy has reached more than 5000 members.
Organisers are closing two of Auckland's largest book fairs.
Upgrades are coming for four playgrounds in the Maugakiekie-Tamaki area.
It's a tough time for the Documentary Edge Film Festival.
More council money is being funnelled into the Pah Homestead after a protected palm tree put the breaks on creating a new income source.
Vandals, thieves and brawlers have been put on notice in Auckland's Mt Roskill.
The annual Mt Eden Love Your Mountain Day has grown too large for volunteers to run so it has been called off.
Auckland MPs have kicked off their rugby world cup year in style.
A Grey Lynn group is helping Nepal any way they can.
Around the football grounds with Jeremy Ruane.
With just over a month of rehearsals left, Auckland's secondary school choirs are practicing hard for the annual Big Sing competition.
Finishing in first place is a common occurrence for young orienteerer Rebecca Greenwood.
After 99 birthdays, Louvain Nolan✓ doesn't want to kick up a fuss about reaching her next one. Instead she has simply requested a fruit cake to celebrate her 100th birthday.
A modest two-bedroom unit in Auckland has sold for a whopping $797k.
Tony Forster was one of the first people to cross the Berlin Wall when it came down in 1989 - and he didn't even realise it.
An unpopular rate rise has left Albert-Eden residents angry and an Auckland councillor doubting her vote of support.
Councillor Christine Fletcher fears Auckland could face a rates revolt.
The trip of a lifetime awaits two students who are heading to Argentina.
Residents of the Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board area say public consultation has gone unheard on the latest rates hikes.
A concert featuring Rolling Stones music, Kiwi performers and high school talent is going to "be out of this world".
Two Auckland brothers dominate at robotics world championships.
Changes to dog access rules at an Auckland beach can't come soon enough for an actor recovering from a dog attack.
He works in a small suburban bar in Auckland but when it comes to bartending, he's the world's best.
Travel zones are set to replace stages on Auckland buses and trains in a move to simplify the system and encourage people to pay by AT HOP card.