In emotional final speech, Auckland mayor says he gave his all to the job.
Potential showers for Auckland's homeless are being being praised as a practical way the council can help those sleeping rough.
Nearly 2500 homes lost power after fire in leafy Auckland suburb.
The Eastern Suburbs grade nine teams exited the 9th Grade Football Nationals playoffs but coach Hoani Edwards believes the future of the club is in good hands.
An international programme is being rolled out in New Zealand schools in an aim to prevent sports injuries.
A national campaign to encourage people to think about their respiratory health is winding down.
Fetiya Mohammed is getting used to the idea her vote is valid in New Zealand.
The new hybrid sports field in Auckland is expected to benefit all users, allowing optimal use for Auckland Rugby, Eden Rugby, touch and lacrosse.
An Auckland woman has used paddle boarding to rehabilitate after surviving breast cancer.
A parade through Auckland's city streets encourages animal lovers to celebrate their pets.
Tai Brown sometimes sees himself reflected in the young people he's trying to save.
Laced with experienced national players, the Marist men's softball team is ready to stamp its mark in Auckland's softball competition.
From car accidents and house fires, Auckland's Volunteer Fire Brigade attended a record 739 incidents last year.
Construction has officially begun on a major Auckland roading project.
Vic Crone has shared her views on public transport, inner-city suburb intensification and the Ports of Auckland.
Stubbing out cigarettes for Stoptober.
Anyone who witnessed a fatal crash in south-east Auckland's Kawakawa Bay is asked to come forward.
One of Auckland's oldest churches is celebrating its 140th anniversary, despite nearly closing down.
Janice Boss is looking forward to moving back to a place she is familiar with - where you were once greeted by a giant kiwi and Micky the moa.
Defending Auckland AFL champions University Blues are eyeing their third consecutive title, but they need to get past unbeaten Waitakere Magpies first in round four of the competition.
Cyclists and walkers will be made a priority in the next term by local board candidates.
Silver Ferns stars have taken time out to train the next generation of netballers, at Saint Kentigern College in East Auckland.
Harry Sills will appear as Billy Elliot in the premiere show at the new ASB Waterfront Theatre.
The final school bell rings for influential school principal Lynda Reid this week.
Despite finishing last in the both the Auckland and national tournaments last year, the Marist women's premier softball side have high hopes of being better this season.
A 9-year-old Grey Lynn boy is raising money for the Sumatran Tigers by selling artwork.
Young cricketer Finn Allen wants to represent NZ again in the U19 ICC World Cup and is looking to the Development Future Aces programme to get him there.
The Tower of Remembrance has been unveiled in the Auckland Domain.
This year marks a decade since Ruby Seeto was diagnosed with a rare cancer.
Vandalism of the toilet facilities at Pt England Reserve is being investigated as local board keeps it closed.