The passing of a bill designed to better protect migrant workers is welcome news to the ethnic community.
Call it a comeback, a return to the ring or the moment of truth - Slav Alexeichik doesn't care
Anzac Day at Gallipoli was a real family affair for Orakei Local Board member Kate Cooke.
The people of Glen Innes are set to celebrate the multi-million dollar music and arts centre opening on the weekend.
Forming a community of schools is a bold step into the unknown.
Finance Minister Bill English and Housing Minister Nick Smith will make an announcement today concerning the Tamaki Regeneration Company and Social housing in the suburb.
It’s being billed as the top transport priority for Auckland, but many in the eastern suburbs aren’t convinced.
An association representing more than 80 per cent of the lessee houses on Cornwall Park trust Board land has rejected a proposal to "modernise" their lease terms.
A person is dead after apparently being hit by a train at Orakei, in Auckland.
It's a conversation many would rather skip, but planning for end-of-life care is one chat to have before it's too late.
Living rent-free a stone's throw from some of Auckland's hot spots is possible - if you change your job.
Government's done everything it can to cap sky-rocketing house prices, English says.
Critics of the controversial $1.5 million "lighthouse" sculpture planned for Queens Wharf say calls for public consultation are still falling on deaf ears.
Container trucks are causing rumbles of discontent in Auckland's eastern bays.
Artist Max Gimblett has joined forces with New Zealand's "soldiers' church" to create artworks of remembrance.
Being a business owner isn't what most 17-year-olds are thinking about. But Georgia Lala isn't like most teenagers.
Young Aucklanders making a difference in their communities are set to be recognised.
The New Zealand swimming champs wrapped up on April 17 in Auckland and 10 swimmers are now destined for the world champs
Auckland's role in the Ports of Auckland business has been under review by city leaders
Kiwi comic artists concerned over rising sea level, super storms and climate change have put pen to paper.
A scuffle with a teen trying to steal a car outside an Auckland pool left the car owner cut and bruised.
Peter Grayburn is proud of his father's contribution to the war effort, so he's delighted to be on his way to the Gallipoli Peninsula.
A riding challenge taken up in the memory of a friend has been fulfilled, with only one tyre puncture to mention.
Sharing stories and challenging stereotypes are the key aims of New Zealand's first African Film Festival.
Patients with a rare form of cancer are still fighting to gain funding for a "game-changer" treatment.
An 11-year-old from Auckland is set to make history when he steps out as Arsenal's mascot this weekend.
Champion weightlifter Elnez Tofa built his own bench press out of old railway timber.
Arthritis won't keep Regina Worle from hiking to Everest Base Camp this month.
Auckland Council is planning a new public art work at the entrance to the Bastion Point steps in Mission Bay.
People with hearing loss are suffering years in silence on waiting lists for cochlear implants.