East & Bays Courier
Ngati Whatua Orakei has a mussel reef restoration programme to help clean the waterways feeding into Okahu Bay.
Earthquake strengthening work is threatening to disrupt businesses in Auckland's oldest suburb.
Jahmon Tawhai had his first cigarette when he was 7. Ten years later he's keen to stub the habit out.
For the last 90 years ping pong balls have been flying left, right and centre at the Auckland Table Tennis Association.
Theft of grates for their scrap value is a significant problem for Auckland Transport, spokesman says.
State tenants oppose $1.5m sculpture proposed for Akld's Queens Wharf because the ironic message is offensive.
12-year-old Otto Ingham is set to return to Spain to play for Barcelona FC's elite futsal side again.
Could a big turnout by migrant voters be a game changer on election day?
Some people have music in their blood and Evan Silva reckons he is one of them.
The Fenchurch neighbourhood project includes a childcare centre, 32 new homes and the redevelopment of a scout hall.
He was scruffy, covered in sores and missing teeth. But a brave rescue from a stranger has changed Cupcake's fate.
A recent alleged assault on a teenage girl shines light on the issue of dark, unsafe parks.
It's easier just to ignore you. That's what a friend says to me while I'm hearing-impaired for just one day.
In 1999 Dan Buckingham was having the year of his life, living in Otago. But life changed forever after a rugby accident.
Fee hikes at a community gym complex have some seniors weighing up whether or not they can afford to stay.
Auckland War Memorial Museum is holding a free commemorative service to mark the start of WWI.
There's a revolution of sorts going on in Auckland's dining scene and food trucks are in the middle of it.
Giving Pacific Islanders a voice is what drives Craig Fasi.
Fears for Auckland's Selwyn College if kids from lower socio-economic suburbs are excluded.
As you cross the bridge from Panmure to Pakuranga you pass by an engineering relic that historians say is well worth preserving.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?