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.
Eden Park Trust Board's unitary plan submission is now available for all to read. So, what do the locals think?
Complaints about drunken parties and damaged greens have seen the Edendale Bowling Club evicted.
Knives are being sharpened in anticipation of the upcoming Butchery Tri-Nations competition.
Paddy Leuii wants to walk away from the Commonwealth Games with nothing less than a gold medal for his efforts.
Mt Roskill Grammar was one of seven schools looked at by ERO to find out why they have such strong academic results.
If you think you shouldn't take a man who does marathons dressed as a gorilla seriously, think again.
What to do with the Three Kings quarry has a company and community at odds.
One of the longest running rivalries in schoolboy rugby will be revisited when two teams meet for the 202nd time.
Neighbours heard screaming and saw distressed women on the road following a fire in central Auckland.
New facilities at Keith Hay Park can't come fast enough for Three Kings United.
Education policy is channelling money into pockets of individuals rather than helping most vulnerable students, principal says.
Nearly two years after the government's Novopay system was introduced, schools are still struggling with the payroll programme.
An immigrant's experience of working in a mattress factory in 1970s New Zealand has earned his son an invitation to the renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Chinese people experiencing mental illness are suffering in silence in fear of discrimination from their community.
A 16-year-old St Cuthbert's College student has just been named as a silver level member of the Athletics NZ Performance Potential Squad for heptathlon.
An essay on the tea drinking habits of the Irish has earned one student a dream trip to Ireland.
Emergency services were called when a group of Mt Eden prisoners refused to comply with guards.
Refuge, a song sung in English and Tibetan and featuring a mantra, was singer Junelle's gift to the Dalai Lama.
Robbie Francis' prosthetic leg hasn't held her back and she is passionate about advocating for the disabled.
A krav maga instructor has countless tales of students who can now protect themselves thanks to his class.
Fifteen Kiwi mountaineers who've reached the top of Mt Everest will receive special medals.
Police have arrested a man with a knife in Mount Eden following initial reports by public of a person with a firearm.
Ashley Nesbitt is sure to put up a good fight at the 2014 Kids World International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champs.
Best-selling author Julia Hartley Moore is a private investigator with a talent for sniffing out cheating spouses.
A dwindling number of worshippers has seen two churches band together to ensure their future.
SPCA renews calls to ban gin traps after a third Auckland cat had to have its leg amputated.
Kakapo chick Heather One is heading to Invercargill after surviving a cyclone and pneumonia.
A house bought and torn down by the Auckland Council has an Onehunga resident riled.
Land earmarked for special housing areas means change is on the way for some state house tenants.
Wheel Black Tainafi Lefono plans to be the first tetraplegic to complete a bachelor of physiotherapy in New Zealand.
An Auckland supermarket's on site prayer room for staff has been in place for nearly a decade.
Auckland businesses are slowly embracing ethnic diversity in the workplace.
A lack of support for parents of gay children inspired one woman to form the Holding Our Own group.
Cartoonist Adrian Kinnaird's love of comics started when he was a 5-year-old reading Winnie the Pooh.
Janice Napper has been interested in art all her life.
From a shoebox to an orphanage and then to New Zealand. That was how life began for Jean Griffiths.
When African farmer Rose Boatemaa Mensah explains how fair trade has helped her, you can start to understand how making small changes in your life matters.
Lack of treatment services for addicted youth is the biggest issue surrounding legal highs, addiction centre says.
Sam Thomas hopes to meet the last medicinal carver from the Jah Het tribe when he goes to Malaysia.
Status of Women conference a dream for Nive
Working with the United Nations to improve the lives of women is a dream come true for Nive Sharat Chandran.
Hours of cutting, pasting and using tweezers to put together tiny pieces of furniture has kept David Wood busy for several months.
Joy Ford mistakenly believed her age meant she was no longer at risk of getting breast cancer.
A 12-year-old Polish boy's story of survival in labour camps during World War II has been immortalised in ink and nominated for a top book award.
Kerry Penman has been a dairy farmer, a truck driver, a sales manager and now owns a media company. But his best role yet has been mentoring a high school student.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?