East & Bays Courier
When Carli Dillen was told taekwondo would put her in a wheelchair, she turned her attention to a different sport instead.
Dylan Mandow will be hoping for a present of a different kind when his mum steps into the boxing ring to take part in a fight night for CanTeen.
A dog attack in Auckland which sent a young girl to hospital has brought state tenancy rules into the spotlight.
After a tough season last year Ellerslie Cricket Club has enlisted some help from a future star of the game.
A store caught selling liquor to a 15-year-old has been shut down - but only for three days.
A man assaulted metres from home is calling for a security clamp-down at an Auckland reserve.
Mina Holder is on a journey to become one of the few to run the entire length of the country.
More liquor off-licences are caught selling to underage buyers in central Auckland than any other part of NZ.
A gardening project is beginning to take shape on a patch of council land in Orakei.
Being a woman in the police force means "doing things 150% better" than male counterparts, constable says.
Civil war in South Sudan tore a mother and son apart. 24 years later they're together again.
There is concern over the integrity of 7.5km seawall that stretches from Mechanics Bay to St Heliers.
The Sea Change - Tai Timu Tai Pari marine spatial plan will shape how the gulf is used in the future.
It started out as a small fundraising event and has grown into the largest European cultural festival in Auckland.
Pint-sized Kate Jamie Barrington hauled a pile of toys taller than she is to preschool to help others.
Anti-poverty campaign Live Below the Line challenges people to feed themselves for just $2.25 a day.
With a prize-worthy beard like this, eating ice cream is out of the question.
Betty went from a fit state house campaigner to a cancer patient whose home of 33 years was demolished.
Stuart Robertson wants to create a lasting conversation about peace by showing a white rose in 10,000 people's hands.
When friends and family gathered to farewell Douglas Mason Duane it was his love of the water that was talked of most.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?