East & Bays Courier
Auckland Council is planning a new public art work at the entrance to the Bastion Point steps in Mission Bay.
People with hearing loss are suffering years in silence on waiting lists for cochlear implants.
A series of impending state house developments has put an Auckland school on edge.
When parrot Cherie spread her wings, it lead to a two-month adventure and a miraculous return.
It's been on the cards for over two decades now finally the countdown is on for the opening of a long-awaited arts facility.
Joelle Kusimweray was 5 years old when her family had to flee their home in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Lily-Grace's condition trisomy 9 mosaicism makes her one in 100 million.
Artist's colourful knitted blankets are a comment on the throwaway nature of consumer culture.
It would be easy to forget that Newmarket Park once hosted some of the biggest football teams on the planet.
It was the 70th birthday celebration that turned into an engagement and ended in a wedding.
Mother-of-two evicted from her Auckland state house after her sick mum was moved into a rest home.
An Auckland man woke to smoke and the sound of an alarm this morning as fire spread through his house.
It is only a matter of time until a "For Sale" sign goes up on a multi-million dollar pocket of university land.
Oxfam challenge looks to raise funds for water and sanitation projects in Papua New Guinea.
A controversial Auckland development is moving forward with hopes construction will start in April.
State tenant Ioela Rauti has been fighting Housing New Zealand since she was given her 90-day notice in May.
The presence of asbestos has forced an Auckland BMX track to temporarily close.
Money is being pumped into Alexandra Park which will soon house the Blues' training base and headquarters.
A decade-long build will triple the size of a retirement village and neighbours are keen to have their say.
Opponents are rallying against plans to cram more state houses into Meadowbank.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?