East & Bays Courier
The chairman of the newly established Remuera Residents Association says people should join together because a collective voice is much more likely to be heard.
New restrictions will be placed on liquor stores around the country from next week.
More than 160 people have claimed they can't mow the berms outside their properties for health reasons.
The owner of a house at the centre of an infamous 50 year-old double murder says she may one day put a commemorative plaque on the fence.
Lucy Foster has had many jobs over the years but says she was always destined to be a dog groomer.
Karate champion Christian Erick took home the 2013 Public Choice Award at the New Zealand Pacific Island Sports Awards beating SBW.
They may not have broken a world record but wheelchair users are still celebrating.
Beauty plus brains is a winning formula for Elena Turner.
Business owners are being warned by police not to fall for a magical money washing trick.
Siobhan Harvey's son's autism spectrum diagnosis and the family's journey through his first years of school became the focus of a collection of poems.
When you grow up on a boat it's easy to dream of becoming a world-class yachtie, Molly Meech and Alex Maloney say.
Accomplished singer Sista Jacqui Baldwin has performed all over the world and is excited to lead the massed choir at a new carol service in Mt Wellington.
A planned shopping complex for Stonefields must wait until 2021 to get underway.
As The Ashes series across the ditch heats up, cricket clubs here are urging players not to engage in verbal abuse to gain an edge over the opposition.
Marcus Carney left for South Africa on November 28 to compete in the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships.
Jules Clark wants to create change so he is inviting St Heliers Bay residents to join him in forming a transition town.
A French teacher who inspired hundreds of students has had her memoirs published in a book which will benefit Diocesan's Heritage Foundation.
Shopkeepers fed up with car window washers
Vagrants, drunks and kids as young as 14 are causing problems at intersections with their squeegees.
Loud music vibrating the walls of Tamaki homes has some residents calling for a little peace.
An ugly brawl in a social football league has thrown the issue of violence on the sports field into the spotlight.
Tim Phin is the man behind Our:House, a music festival that draws thousands of partygoers.
State home tenants are slamming the controversial new bill that will put all HNZ tenancies up for review.
A baker-turned-cookbook writer is one of the creative women sharing their secrets to success in a new book.
Cutting crime to no more than 800 offences in a fortnight is the aim of the game for a new police exercise.
Councillors are divided on whether or not council spending is headed in the right direction.
Maddy Evans fits in more than 15 hours of training a week around her Saint Kentigern College timetable to stay at the top of her game.
Dancer Sean MacDonald says the show Xmas Verses by Black Grace dance company is a celebration of what New Zealanders love most about their Christmas traditions.
There's nothing like running flat tack, climbing to dizzying heights and paddling through rapids to get your blood pumping.
Parnell will be getting into the Christmas spirit when it turns on its Christmas Lights at Heard Park.
The news that Maritoni Ramento-Gorgonia had been praying for arrived in a text message - her family survived Typhoon Haiyan.
Community spirit was on show during the third annual Ellerslie Town Centre Clean Up on Sunday afternoon.
Doris Taufateau is now a teacher at her old stomping ground, Tamaki College and she's keen to give back to the school that gave her so much..
The countdown is on for Parnell Tennis Club and Pavlina Nola and Nick Turner are ready to lead the charge.
Tamaki Drive's road design has been identified as a contributing factor in a cyclist's death.
Anna Younger didn't let being single stand in the way of her desire to become a mother.
Levelling the playing field in education is the objective behind the student-led tutoring service NCEA Campus.
The once famous 'peggy square' blanket is being revived to keep Kiwi kids warm.
A recreational playground is planned for Hobson Bay and the public is being encouraged to get involved.
Christian Erick chose marital arts over rugby as a youngster and is the only person from Niue to have won a world title.
Auckland University professor Jane Harding has been honoured for an outstanding contribution to paediatrics and child health.
Senior Constable Tony Feasey was presented with a District Commander's Commendation at the annual Auckland police awards on Friday for convincing an armed man to give himself up.
St Heliers Bay resident Dr John Bryden has pretty much seen it all when it comes to unsavoury food preparation.
Wayne Cockburn loves the buzz that's created when he and like-minded motorbike enthusiasts get out on the streets in the name of charity.
Community organisations are seeing a steady rise of tenants who live in illegal dwellings.
Auckland Garden DesignFest ticket holders will have a chance to take in the beauty of a clifftop Remuera house.
Rumour has it there will be a dog dressed as Santa Claus and another in a bumblebee outfit competing for best dressed dog at the Remuera Street Fair.
An initiative designed to engage students in the principles of sustainability has paid off for Churchill Park School.
Red Bull Trolley Grand Prix set to go
All kinds of crazy characters are expected at the Auckland Domain on Sunday for the Red Bull Trolley Grand Prix.
Working on a creative project with someone you've been friends with for more than 20 years has its ups and downs.
Zeb Clark told his dad about the trouble he was having parking his scooter at school and now it has sparked environmental initiative that benefits children all over the country.
Have the new speed limit rules made you change your driving habits?