Glen Innes School principal Jonathan Hendricks didn't let a lack of funding stop his play ground plans.
Free self-defence taster course are being offered around Auckland.
National MP Simon O'Connor left the priesthood for politics and now he's marrying a Cabinet Minister's sister.
Residents are concerned about Auckland Council's proposed zoning changes in their Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan submission.
The council wants people to bring their bikes, not their cars, to the annual Chinese festival.
Claire Walton is not letting a debilitating injury stop her from doing what she loves.
Flava FM breakfast host is getting behind this month's Heart Foundation appeal, knowing all too well the effects of heart disease.
A St Heliers resident would like to thank the Good Samaritan who handed in his lost bag.
Where is the mystery man who saved the 5-year-old girl's life on an Auckland beach?
The number of Housing New Zealand houses in Auckland testing positive for methamphetamine has skyrocketed in the last three years.
An Auckland paediatrician is aiming to improve health in new school starters.
The world of science is changing and two Churchill Park School teachers are determined to ensure education keeps up.
Roads will be closed but there will be increased access for pedestrians and cyclists in the Auckland Domain.
We catch up with the Taylor family as they put down their biscuits and continue training for the Ports of Auckland Round the Bays run.
Auckland Transport is preparing for new simplified travel zones by increasing fares.
Denise Krum has come away unscathed from her first demolition derby.
The East-West Connection is heading for a streamlined consenting process after the Government pledged its support.
Ironman athelete Josh Harrison says it's possible to laugh your way through pain.
Pop-up village starts to take shape on Queens Wharf.
Youths tried to contain a fire at an Auckland school by beating it with bushes.
As education costs rise, is it time to free parents of the burden of costly school uniforms?
Grant Howlett is a man who makes sport run like clockwork but says high pressure situations put people off the important job of umpiring.
After a rugby injury Jack Ngametua was told he might never walk again. He was determined to prove the doctors wrong.
Auckland's Mercury Lane is about to get a little less Green.
The Taylor family continue on their quest to get fit in time for the Ports of Auckland Round the Bays.
Auckland Council has set up a crack team to pursue those who illegally dump rubbish.
Auckland District Health Board's funding is taking a hit.
Rosy Aung fled war-torn Myanmar for a better life in New Zealand where small donations are making a big difference.
Danielle Maclean believes too many Kiwis are naive about the dangers of the beach.
Lorraine Pound is starting the new year in a new role as principal of Epsom Girls Grammar School.