New tourist-oriented "Blue Link" along Tamaki Drive added to Auckland's bus network.
Have you ever wanted to run away and join the circus?
A vast collection of forgotten clocks has been relinquished by the Waitemata Local Board for viewing.
Isaac Grainger is headed to Rio with the New Zealand men's eight boat.
About 200 people will gather on the banks of the Omaru river in Glen Innes during Matariki to plant 1000 trees.
A Greenlane church is striving to answer our deepest questions about God.
Lessons in the art of traditional Maori bread in suburban Auckland.
Repeka Polamalu-Vilitau is on a collision course to honour musician Metui Finau.
Auckland's Epsom doesn't need a new liquor store, residents say.
Project to remove the Auckland suburb's train track crossing passes another milestone.
Kiwi music fans could see big acts such as Taylor Swift and Adele if a planning decision goes the park's way.
Two men denied bail after alleged assault on Mt Wellington man.
The defending Gallaher Shield champions have proven they could be title contenders again.
Pharmac want the HPV vaccine to be funded for boys in Year 8.
Got some spare time on your hands? Why not help protect our native birds?
A retired nurse has been awarded for her services as a Blue Coat hospital volunteer by the Minister of Health.
The mysteries of Hogwarts were no challenge for this Mastermind contender who will answer questions on Dr Who in the semi-finals.
The radical Polynesian Panther Party has commemorated its 45 year anniversary with an unveiling of a plaque outside its original headquarters.
Jamie Lawrence has played with the Ice Blacks for the last five years, and says the Kiwis have come a long way.
Auckland Council's performance needs improving, according to a new study.
Spitting hoods are available to all police staff to minimise the risk of being spat on or at.
Safe havens for truant students are running out as local businesses get on board with an Auckland-wide scheme.
"To be successful in the music industry you need to treat yourself as a business."
More than 250,000 fairy lights will decorate Glen Innes' Maybury Reserve from July 2.
The Glendowie school's premier football squad is looking the team to beat.
These haunting photos take you inside the abandoned, dilapidated houses of New Zealand.
Marketing costs are rising for struggling business associations under Auckland's new signage bylaw.
Muslims around New Zealand are fasting and praying for Ramadan and one Auckland mother is continuing to breastfeed during the holy month.
Watercare has commissioned a hydrodynamic and water-quality model of the harbour.
Plunket wants parents to make more time to hug their babies, being a vital component for their development.