Aroha Robson is one of the many volunteers who run a breakfast programme that feeds Kiwi school kids.
A Citizens Advice Bureau report shows emergency accommodation inquiries have risen by 170 per cent in Auckland city.
Costumes by Weta Workshop will be the finishing touch for three teenage performers as they sing on stage for the first time in Beauty and the Beast.
Excitement is ramping up for the Nelson St cycleway which is due to open on December 3.
Educator Soana Pamaka has been appointed to the board of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
Councillor Cameron Brewer says Vector's gesture to right some wrongs for residents and businesses is better than nothing.
Pelea Fruean takes inspiration from her champion relative as her own boxing journey begins.
The world’s last remaining Solent Mark IV Flying Boat has fallen into disrepair, but the museum that owns it can't afford to fix it.
About 75,000 Auckland residents will be in line for a compensation payout over a major power outage in 2014.
Ryan Bennett and his mum Gayle were selected to take part in a special pre-Christmas cruise for deserving kids.
An outdoor art project that uses the walls of businesses as canvases has become the first event in Glen Innes to be included in the Auckland Arts Festival.
Santa Claus is coming to Panmure. The annual Christmas parade and festival will be held on December 5 and promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Auckland principals are urging parents to have their say on what changes should be made to the education system.
Council funding cuts to the service and maintenance of parks means locals will soon start to notice more weeds and less planting in public gardens.
Public consultation is now open for the Quay St cycleway.
A Glendowie College student is being recognised for his talents in underwater hockey.
A fish tank and lettuce is just the beginning for one young innovator.
OPINION: When the time comes to attribute a cause to this weekend's helicopter crash, we must protect lives.
As Phil Goff announces his bid for Auckland's top job, the city's residents tell us what they want from a new mayor.
OPINION: A big modern city needs a big modern public transport system – as Kiwis see overseas.
Boy, aged 10, fell unconscious after taking part in a potentially fatal schoolyard game.
Every five minutes someone in New Zealand becomes a victim of family violence.
Annah Stretton is hosting evenings which mix fashion and styling tips with inspirational talks on how women can reach their full potential and start enjoying life.
Snapchat was Brittany Robertson's ticket to the Vodafone New Zealand music awards.
The perfect competition has always been at home for the University cricket twins.
Incidents between WINZ clients and staff are occurring at a rate of more than one a day in Auckland's west and central WINZ offices.
The entry-level Lexus IS has downsized its engine and upscaled the entertainment.
As the busy Christmas season approaches, the Glen Innes Citizens Advice Bureau is counting the cost of repairing windows, doors and roof guttering following two acts of vandalism in one week.
Michelle Kidd worked as voluntary court attendant and social worker at Auckland District Court for 16 years before her role was disestablished.
Auckland's Ladies Mile site has seen single-storey units transformed into excellently located apartment buildings.