The Mt Albert Grammar girls first XI season has been nothing short of perfect.
The first time Juliet Harbutt sampled top quality European cheese was a life-changing moment.
Shakti NZ is joining a Women's Refuge-led domestic violence protest march in Wellington.
Two controversial new high school zones are now in place in Auckland.
Leanne Byers tried to lose weight but nothing seemed to work. Then her niece simply said: "I don't want you to die."
The third annual Pah Homestead Community Day is set for September 27.
Meet Saimon Lomaloma. Wellington accountant during the week, Auckland rugby league powerhouse on the weekend.
Thirty dancers might sound like a logistical nightmare but an in-sync Auckland crew have walked away with second place on the world stage.
Vandalism of election hoardings is nothing new but candidates say they're being hit harder this time around.
Rebecca Wadey is the founder of The Centre in Kingsland. She shares what she loves about Auckland.
Roskill Together is a Community Development Scheme pilot aiming to give communities access to funding for activities.
A stolen van means more than just the loss of transport for one man. It could affect an entire homework group.
Eighty-four-year-old Leo Stafford-Bush says its the lesser known services that have kept him interested in being a JP.
A design competition for Unitec landscape architecture students looks to redevelop a lawn area on New North Rd.
An apartment building is going up in Mt Eden - and the company behind the design is just around the corner.
Could a big turnout by migrant voters be a game changer on election day?
Rustlers are targeting Cornwall Park farm in suburban Auckland, setting leg traps and stealing sheep.
Police are investigating an assault on a child following a house fire in Auckland.
It's the end of an era for a fashion label that's been catering for the fuller figured woman for 25 years.
Demand for senior living in central Auckland is creating a boom in retirement village construction.
Housing is a big deal in Auckland, particularly in an election year. But is co-operation?
Thousands of letters never made it to mailboxes when a lazy postie started skipping streets.
A major revamp of the City Rail Link design has provoked mixed reactions from local government representatives.
Parking limits are turning a bustling shopping strip into a ghost town, business owners say.
A faulty train or power surges may be why electric trains on the Onehunga Line were grounded for 10 days.
Most people visit Samoa for the sun and sand but Doug Bryan went there to show kids how to build robots.
Finding out he was no longer needed as football coach at MAGS was a kick in the guts for Kevin Fallon.
There's a revolution of sorts going on in Auckland's dining scene and food trucks are in the middle of it.
Kate Fraser left the house for half an hour. When she returned, precious heirlooms were gone.
More than a million worms across 200 on-site farms are chewing their way through prison scraps in Mt Eden.
Non-profit groups forced out of a community centre due to "huge" price rises, confusion and declined bookings.
When Naima Ali saw Auckland for the first time she thought she had arrived in Disneyland.
8-year-old Ashley Nesbitt may be small, but she sure is tough. And now she has the medals to prove it.
Businesses fear a 30-minute parking restriction in Mt Albert is putting customers off.
Fears Mt Albert town centre will miss out on long awaited upgrade as Auckland Council looks to make savings.
The generosity of a 96-year-old woman is helping get more mobility dogs into the disabled community.
Proposed zone overlap with lower decile schools has parents from two elite schools angry.
Rebecca Gray and Alix Boberg, two of 26 graduates across NZ to pick up Fulbright Awards, are off to US universities.
Public rubbish bins are catching on fire because smokers are being careless when throwing their cigarette butts away.
The opportunity to engage with children and develop their language skills could be influenced by the type of buggy parents use, an education lecturer says.
An artist has to have a beard. That's what Laurence Couchman believed as child.
Quality donations left at the Salvation Army are being stolen by people who in turn leave their rubbish behind.
Speeding drivers and "rat running" to avoid congestion has prompted the Albert-Eden Board to implement traffic calming measures.
A finalist in the Uni Shorts International Student Film Festival has made a film centered around a Filipino game.
Homeowners in streets around Unitec have been "left in the dark" over plans to rezone land to allow mix of uses.
The redevelopment of a Housing New Zealand property in Mt Albert has put neighbours on edge.
A woman whose credit cards were stolen before they reached her is wondering how thieves spent almost $6000.
18 kilograms of chocolate and eight hours is all two chefs will have to create a masterpiece in a Norwegian competition.
Tri-star Gymnastics has a knack for churning out NZ representative gymnasts and now three of them are off to Glasgow.
Two brides-to-be are 'frustrated and stressed' after trying to secure wedding venues with Auckland Council.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?