Counties Manukau residents get a chance at seeing TEDxManukau at a discounted price.
Back-to-back losses mean Pakuranga will need a win in club rugby's premier competition this weekend if they are to play finals football.
A "no stress" ladies' marching team is seeking new members.
The creative juices are flowing at Macleans College with the appointment of two new heads of department.
Vital equipment used by London-based art collective visiting East Auckland has been stolen.
At 19-years-old Benjamin Denham has already completed a degree, designed an app and led courses on software development.
The footballing stars of today and yesteryear will dust off their boots to take part in an All Stars football match.
D-Day to be celebrated at Warbirds' open day.
Students are invited to share their cultural identity through free music and dance workshops.
Children are beginning to participate more in Stand Children's Services' new programme.
She's at 961, but Susheela is aiming to have done 1000 cervical smears in year by next month.
Willowbank School is East Auckland's first school to sign up to the Beginning Teacher Charter.
"There is too much ego and I don't feel this board has been particularly fair to the people of late," says Steve Udy ahead of quitting local politics.
Designing of the next stages of the transport project AMETI in east Auckland gets underway.
Driver gets a fine and community work for killing a "family matriarch".
A recommendation to change the current dog beach access laws wasn't agreed by the entire Howick Local Board.
The Auckland Botanic Gardens will join 72 other gardens across Australasia in opening their doors for a mass open day.
ME/CFS Support Auckland seeks more support for sufferers and pushes for a greater understanding of the illness.
The new Half Moon Bay ferry terminal is due to open to passengers by the end of the year.
Manukau's first scooter duathlon is set to hit Barry Curtis Park in June.