Extensive flooding is continuing to cause traffic havoc for motorists on a popular Auckland causeway.
Para-equestrian rider Charlotte Hoonhout's Paralympic dreams are within her reach.
A Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board initiative to create safe and healthy rental houses is now being adopted by several other Auckland local boards.
An Auckland powerboater has won accolades in his maiden season.
A new wastewater pipe in the Auckland suburb of St Heliers is being delayed to avoid disruption to traffic, events and local businesses over the peak summer period.
A new app helps Aucklanders solve their parking woes
Up to 1600 houses will be built in eleven new special housing areas to help Auckland's overheated property market
Ryu Kireka was a month away from his fifth birthday when life suddenly changed.
The Chatham Cup is within Eastern Suburbs' reach after a dominant semifinal display
Relegation woes trouble clubs as season draws to a close
It was not a typical school day for student Shaun Motu-Muavae when he found himself calling the shots at Glendowie College
Ministers Bill English and Nick Smith have opened the first new-look social houses in the Auckland suburb of Glen Innes
A new SMART Approach flight path trial is set to begin.
Chris Blair credits his first aid training to help save his newborn daughter after she stopped breathing.
Diversity is the focus of the second annual Business Leaders' Breakfast event at St Matthew-in-the-City.
Glenfield advance in the Women's KO Cup while Eastern Suburbs are crowned men's champions.
Life inside of a fish tank is being performed at the Basement Theatre
St Kentigern takes the Auckland 1A final in a dramatic match at Eden Park.
Town centre maintenance has worsened under the Super City, St Heliers Village Association manager Wendy Caspersonn says.
Kelly Munford is educating students about the risk of driver fatigue after her own accident.
Intense concentration and strategic play created the perfect atmosphere for hundreds of young chess players in central Auckland.
Laneway organisers were planning on Auckland Domain being the festival's new home, but the Lantern Festival took that spot.
Balance has been restored as Auckland's sport club fees are scrapped.
James Slyfield is raising funds for Red Nose Day after battling with leukaemia
The Panmure Family Research Centre has been celebrating with Family History Month with 31 days of genealogy related events.
Dramatic rescue from a sinking car leads police to introduce changes.
The second New Zealand Beard and Moustache Competition will feature a female category.
Orakei Local Board is getting behind residents' calls for restrictions on container trucks.
Tamaki College's head boy has been given the ticket to live his rugby dream.
A free basketball tournament for Tamaki schools is proving popular.