Teen approached by unknown man in an Auckland alleyway.
Five Auckland children bitten after dogs stray onto school grounds.
Japan meets Peru in Ponsonby - and it's a winning combination.
Eight of Mt Albert Grammar School's First XV are ready to apply skills learned from a Blues development camp.
Liquorland has announced they've given up on their bid to open a bottle store in an Auckland suburb - to the surprise of their opponents.
Each week 12 babies are born with a heart condition in New Zealand and a life-saving test could detect this.
Psychologist says education is the best answer to battling porn addiction in youth.
Police are seeking a woman accused of punching bus driver and passengers.
Auckland's waterfront has transformed to a bustling space in the last five years.
The Fox Memorial Shield defending champions are shaping up well for the do-or-die weeks of the season.
Mt Albert Rd is open following a car crash that left an ambulance on its side.
The 2016 school summer holidays will mark big changes at Western Springs College.
Mt Roskill Labour candidate Michael Wood's van has been targeted by thieves.
Christine McKnight is set to umpire on the tennis courts of the Rio Paralympics in September.
Susan Leaver is a qualified pet chaplain who offers funeral-like services and counselling for those who have lost a beloved pet.
A new tutoring program is ready to help students along the road to success.
Agnes Ali'iva'a was 12 when she drowned in a ditch - but marks on her body revealed a sinister twist.
Major road layout changes on SH20A to Auckland airport could lead to delays.
Youth Parliament opens doors the the inner workings of the New Zealand Government.
Auckland's St James Theatre gets a $15 million funding boost from the council to help restore the historical beauty.
A woman who dropped thousands of dollars on a city street claims her cash.
Children learn to make cookies in a hundred-year-old oven.
A world-renowned education specialist wants testing in our education system thrown out the window.
A survey finds malicious damage by tenants is the most common concern for landlords, but their fears are unfounded.
Jean Sandifors has been left isolated without a working landline for nearly a month
Police hope someone may have taken a photo of the attacker, who urinated in front of his victim before assaulting her.
The Eastern Suburbs footballer has arrived at the 2016 Olympics with the Football Ferns.
On a busy day hundreds, if not thousands of people are catching Pokemon at Mission Bay with some interesting side effects.
"There is no excuse just because a school is low decile to underachieve."
Auckland speaker teens are battling for the title and reputation of "Siren King".