She's only 21 but Lori Wallace has proved she's got the perfect pour at an international competition.
Auckland Council and the police have joined forces to crack down on window washers at the city's busiest intersections.
An arrest has been made after a body was found at a house in Panmure.
The Chatham Cup has found its final 16 from the northern region while we head deeper into the NRFL competition.
The Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board received close to a thousand submissions on Auckland Council's 10-year-budget.
Artist Dave Sotogi is preparing for his third solo art exhibition this July.
Mick Lacey is back and ready to take on Super League Darts.
Police are hunting for a white van with the ''F'' word written across its back doors with black spray paint.
She was faced with a sobering reality: lose the weight or meet an early grave.
It began with blankets. Now there's food, clothes and even couches flooding in to the Auckland Dream Centre.
Robust data collection in schools is being used to help bridge the gap between rich and poor.
The club rooms of the Mt Wellington Rugby Football Club may have to be demolished as the site is up for sale.
Learn about creepy crawlies and the plant world at a natural history workshop being run by Auckland Museum.
An additional $25 million will be spent on the Auckland Cycle Network over the next three years.
East Auckland's Pourewa Reserve is being restored with the help of 200 school students.
Calling all budding entertainers - here is your chance for a moment in the spotlight.
Meet the minigolfers representing New Zealand on the world stage for the very first time.
A tropical island holiday sounds very relaxing, but it will be hard work for one group of teenagers.
Schools around Auckland are stacking up the cans to help those in need.
Learn about Ngati Paoa's connection to Tamaki at a Matariki event.
Aucklanders want a colourful and distinctly New Zealand design for the Nelson St cycleway.
An Eastern Suburbs football match ended early after a horrific on-field injury.
TEC take on Marist at War Memorial park this weekend. Coming off losses both teams are expecting to up their games.
Writer Leonie Agnew has won New Zealand’s oldest book prize, the Esther Glen medal for junior fiction.
The Poly-emp charitable trust helps find employment for those with learning disabilities and helps them realise their potential in the their chosen careers. This was the case for Ashleigh McEuen.
A love of theatre has seen James Doy passing on his knowledge for 10 years.
Allan Walter Dance, 82, died on June 12. The Panmure resident was known for his service to the community and St Patrick's church.
Karyn Swallow one sat in a Westpac Rescue Helicopter with her dying son. Years later, she is one of the organisation's valuable volunteers.
Final stages of planning will see a new $12 million multi-sport facility on Auckland's shores.
It's called Showstoppers and it's one of the most prestigious dance competitions in the US. A group of 22 young Kiwis are taking part this year.