East & Bays Courier
Selwyn College, One Tree Hill College's proposed zones amended so boundaries don't cross with two high decile schools.
Conflict resolution may not seem an essential skill for a park ranger.
Community leaders are calling for the preservation of the Mainline Steam building as KiwiRail prepares to sell land.
As unlikely as it may seem, a group of fur seals are about to make their way to Samoa's warmer waters.
St Michael's Catholic Parish is proposing to sell the three flats it owns to raise funds for a piazza and more car parking.
For Max Lowndes juggling an engineering degree and high performance rowing at an Ivy League Uni is part and parcel of life.
There's a certain smell about the place at the Auckland Fish Market, but manager Michael Sprague says you do get used to it.
Quay St revamp a "waste of money" and should be put on back burner due to city's growing debt, councillor says.
Two Auckland colleges have been advised to put enrolment schemes in place to combat rapid roll growth.
Understanding the Treaty of Waitangi enables migrants to know how things work in New Zealand, organiser says.
Carving posts to support Samoan fale is a relatively new family tradition for Petelo Esekielu.
"Silver rainbow kit" gives advice about aged residential care of gay and lesbian retirees in NZ.
When the All Blacks take the field at Eden Park they are running out on to some of the nation's most hallowed turf.
A screen vital for learning at Sommerville Special School has been stolen by thieves who will be unable to use it.
Shows like Cirque de Soleil have led to a renaissance in human circus, Dust Palace owner Eve Gordon says.
Standing at 2.1m tall, its Yuat Alok's height and skill that make him a perfect prospect for the Breakers.
The land occupied by the century-old Rawhiti Bowling Club is up for grabs and looks set to be used for housing.
Number of people sleeping in cars, garages or 'couch surfing' is on the rise, housing providers say.
Business owners targeted by an increasingly common scam are warning others not to fall into the same trap.
Transience is problematic for schools with pupils constantly moving in and out, disrupting studies and classrooms.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?