East & Bays Courier
When friends and family gathered to farewell Douglas Mason Duane it was his love of the water that was talked of most.
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.
A row over sandwich boards with council has forced one Newmarket business to close.
Two controversial new high school zones are now in place in Auckland.
Greenlane residents fear they'll have to live with four years of heavy noise while a retirement village is built.
A high school concert band was part of a heart-thumping marriage proposal at 35,000 feet.
Five friends from the eastern suburbs are challenging themselves in the name of charity.
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.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?