Totara Hospice is appealing for urgent donations so it can fund a specialist triage nurse.
Leighton Stichbury is in acting heaven after debuting alongside Michael Hurst and Theresa Healey.
The restoration of a derelict and burnt-out historic house has reached the halfway mark.
Demand for the winter flu vaccination has doubled at the Manukau SuperClinic this year, with more than 1000 doses used so far.
Equestrian expertise is a family trait for Georgina and Emelia Forsyth who are busy claiming titles in national competitions.
An internship with New Zealand Opera will help Filipe Manu's classical music career hit the right notes.
The police and SPCA are investigating the possible poisoning of a much-loved mobility dog.
3.2 million envelopes are about to be sent around the country so that registered voters can check their details.
BP should be allowed to build a service station next to a primary school, an Auckland Council officer says.
Long-suffering public transport passengers from South-East Auckland are among the most poorly served in the city.
Three youngsters who invented a device to help deaf people escape fires are showing it off in the US.
A jogger's close call with a falling branch has resulted in four large trees being removed from a park.
A little bit of Kiwi ingenuity came into play with the creation of Auckland Airport's new lawnmower.
Allan Laumatia's world completely changed after his brother successfully donated a kidney to him.
Russel Norman told Grey Power members Auckland must intensify in order to become an international city.
Clairvoyants, tracker dogs and people all helped in the search for Moo, the last link to their mum.
Thousands of Aucklanders are ditching TradeMe in favour of social media sites to buy, sell and trade.
Proposed school zones are again a concern, with parents in Auckland's eastern suburbs querying boundaries.
Middlemore Hospital lies within a tsunami evacuation zone, but officials say they are prepared for disaster.
There's no sitting on the fence for Jess Beer. She's competing against men and women and winning.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?