Olympic bronze medalist Eliza McCartney being put to the test in downtown Auckland on Wednesday.
Jacinda Ardern debates whether 'girls do it better' at Auckland Pride event.
Sailing the world teaches former Mt Roskill Grammar student about the importance of respecting cultures.
"Crazy massive" explosion shook an Auckland apartment building and closed a train station.
Group sheltering in Auckland church may be able to reapply for visas.
Ella McIntosh is one of 24 Kiwi students selected to perform at the home of Shakespeare.
The axing of an New Zealand ice hockey livestream service puts the sport in jeopardy, volunteers and fans say.
ACT is crying foul over free bus rides offered by Gareth Morgan's political party.
Mt Eden dance group eyes top spot at world dance competition.
Pride Festival show offers a glimpse into the lives of "radically different" members of the LGBT community through live poetry.
St John Auckland Hospital volunteers go to great lengths to support patients in need.
Zae Wallace is bound for the NRL, despite only picking up rugby league three years ago.
Point Chevalier resident Tania Sunde wants people to stop dumping their goods outside clothing collection bins.
A man has captured the moment a police officer tackles a motorcyclist in Kingsland.
Members of renowned Auckland dance company Black Grace start their day with a brutal run up Mt Eden.
An Auckland tailor is bringing Kazakhstan fashion to the suburbs of Auckland.
The claws are out as a group is urging NZ to follow Aussie's lead in adopting cat curfews and tougher laws.
Actor Miriama McDowell is embracing the challenges of directing in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
Judge at Banks' trial "duped" by Kim Dotcom, lawyer says.
Man accused of abducting a woman in central Auckland stands with his head bowed in court,
Massive Auckland roading projects to be decided by panel.
Emotional scenes unfolded at an Auckland church as a group of students await deportation.
An interactive haunted hospital horror theatre will play across the country next month.
Have a coffee while the experts fix your broken stuff at NZ's first repair cafe.
Auckland school Epsom Girls Grammar School turns 100 years old this month.
How do you train for a marathon in the world's coldest continent? Run in a giant freezer.
Auckland's inner city Nelson St cycleway is changing how Aucklanders travel in and out of the city.
The second Pop-up Globe has arrived and it's full steam ahead for those involved.
Long serving football volunteers have been recognised for their commitment to the game.
An apology to dozens of victims of National Women's Unfortunate Experiment 'appropriate, albeit 30 years too late'.