Get your dog's tail wagging with some canine socialising, a good bit of exercise and a treat at the end for good behaviour.
East Aucklanders miss out on funded birthing classes. But others are still funded in a new move by the DHB.
Saint Kentigern College has become the first school to raise over $100,000 from the World Vision 40 Hour Famine.
Fencibles claim 3-0 win
A spike in aggravated robberies across East Auckland has brought police and business owners to work together.
Award nominations are open for the Howick Local Board's Celebrated Citizens Awards.
Super-city not so flash, says Fletcher.
Finding a suitable vein may pose a challenge on any patient. And those with difficult to find veins can be near impossible but the Haematology day ward at Middlemore Hospital have found the answer.
Separate countries and language barriers have proven little challenge for two designers embarking in a unique collaboration.
Seven schools in East Auckland have received over $100,000 of funding towards Asian language programmes.
At 99, Lyn Petty's mum coveted this cottage. She's gone, but the house is in the family.
Drivers are increasingly forgetting to slow down around school crossings.
Two-year-old Nevin Curreen has battled heart defects all his life and is now recovering from major open-heart surgery.
St Kentigern College's dominance of Auckland 1A rugby has continued with a 17-15 win over Auckland Grammar School at Eden Park.
Archer Rachel Burge is shooting for an Olympic target - but she needs some help to keep her dream alive.
Cats is coming to Auckland and we've got double tickets to get you and a friend along to see it for free.
Does your pet have the makings of a model?
Having cystic fibrosis is like trying to breathe through a straw while blocking your nose.
A cup final awaits Beachlands Maraetai AFC.
Luminous tubes part of art installation at Uxbridge