The victim of a hit and run incident hopes the driver she says knocked her off of her bike comes forward.
One security guard keeps a watchful eye on Onehunga Town Centre stopping crime before it happens.
Auckland Transport admits the general public should have been involved in talks about one of its major projects right from the start.
About 3000 tenants are expected to be moved into private rentals by 2017 as a result of housing reviews.
All it took was a few months of neglect for Victoria St West's makeshift community garden to grow out of control.
Two of New Zealand's leading classical guitarists will perform a concert of live music as part of Alberton's 150th anniversary.
Auckland journalist David Farrier is treading the boards in A Basement Christmas Carol this month.
John Belsham has made wine his life's work. Reporter Emma Whittaker caught up with the winemaker and critic to find out what keeps him in the business.
Kids missing out on vital lessons
A service that teaches teens how to develop respectful sexual relationships is reaching less than 50 per cent of Auckland schools.
It was more than just a mutual love of music that struck a chord between two new friends.
As The Ashes series across the ditch heats up, cricket clubs here are urging players not to engage in verbal abuse to gain an edge over the opposition.
Careless concrete workers have turned a lush suburban waterway into a sludgy grey mess.
A new footbridge to replace the one linking Onehunga and Mangere will be wider and better lit than the existing one.
A woman who secretly lived with HIV for more than 20 years is stepping out to end the stigma that surrounds the disease.
Do you want to see some old-school legends back on the court, dunking like Jordan?
Derek Briggs is remembered by friends and family as someone who was enthusiastic about life and dedicated to helping those in need.
Azwhayn Nirvana Skye doesn't let his condition, giant axonal neuropathy or GAN, stop him from doing anything.
Yoshitoshi Sato has been in New Zealand to teach youngsters one of the oldest martial arts, seishin-ryu karate.
Gemma Duncan has secured $10,000 to shoot a documentary about Auckland’s hidden caves.
Tim Phin is the man behind Our:House, a music festival that draws thousands of partygoers.
Six-year-old girl dies in house fire apparently started by another child playing with matches inside, police say.
Shoppers heading to St Lukes this Christmas season could find their cars being towed if they walk between the various shopping centres.
The campaign to make Onehunga wharf open to the public has received a boost.
A robotic window cleaner invented by a teenager has cleaned up at the Bright Sparks Awards.
Craig Bracken is hoping that someone has information about his stolen harmonica collection.
The Roskill Coffee Project is a way to help young adults who might otherwise "fall through the cracks".
Things get really tough for families around Christmas and the food bank at the Salvation Army's Royal Oak branch has been very busy already.
Auckland will be getting a good dose of culture with a festival that will see more than 1000 children performing on Saturday.
Countdown wants to expand its Eden Valley store but some residents think it is unnecessary.
Burglars were able to make off with family possesions while everyone in the house slept.
Doris Taufateau is now a teacher at her old stomping ground, Tamaki College and she's keen to give back to the school that gave her so much..
The most ethnically diverse area in Auckland is celebrating its multicultralism with a special food festival.
A microchip flushed down the loo could solve the problem of sewage in the Manukau Harbour.
A woman who lost her dead mother's jewellery in a burglary that happened while she was with her sick husband in hospital hopes she will get back the irreplaceable mementoes.
Shoppers can be confident their purchases aren't contributing to habitat destruction as the Grey Lynn Farmers Market goes 100 per cent palm oil-free.
Clothes that can detect what mood you are in may sound like science fiction but could become a reality.
Bar staff who endured a violent robbery in the early hours of Friday morning are recovering well, their employer says.
Elliot Ikilei was just "doing his civic duty" when he put himself in harm's way to save the lives of three people on an Auckland motorway.
Plans to remove a "lifeline" bus stop are being met with fierce resistance by those who use it.
Once upon a time November 5 would have been the Fire Service's busiest night of the year.
Schools have found spin off Facebook pages are appearing in the wake of the Roast Busters scandal.
A man who saved the lives of three people on the motorway has been honoured with a police award.
Twelve dancers from the Mt Eden Ballet Academy will be performing to the Christmas carol What Child Is This sung by Auckland choir the Stellar Singers.
The digital television changeover deadline is looming and thousands of people are still yet to make the switch.
A crop of Auckland's best-designed gardens will go on show for the Auckland Garden DesignFest on November 16 and 17.
An upcoming concert celebrates the birth of a prince and supports the Auckland City Mission's Christmas appeal.
Working on a creative project with someone you've been friends with for more than 20 years has its ups and downs.
The huge tunnel boring machine Alice is to begin work within days and should not disrupt residents.
A new cafe planned for Cornwall Park is what people wanted, park director Michael Ayrton says.
A spectacular comeback effort from Auckland City in football's ASB Charity Cup Final wrapped up their pre-season preparations in style.
Do you wear a lifejacket when you are on the water - no matter what vessel you are in?