Security improvements are still being made at Middlemore Hospital five months after a baby was snatched from maternity care.
It's no secret where Samuel Boyes' allegiances lie ahead of tomorrow's New Zealand-Australia ICC Cricket World Cup clash.
A toy library's Children's Day event hopes to raise funds to keep the toys flowing.
A New Zealander of the Year nomination recognises a project that could make sending a satellite into orbit much cheaper.
Students from St Kentigern College are all a flutter after creating an award-winning butterfly habitat.
Talented cricketing teen Rae Allright isn't about to let a heart condition keep her off the field.
Solo mum has taken to holding signs asking for work at busy intersection.
Surfcasters are wreaking havoc among moored boats at Shelley Park Beach in Howick.
Itchy rashes and large welts caused by microscopic jellyfish keep swimmers away.
Emily Rushton is out to prove true superheroes don't fly – they run.
Police are appealing for help following the Christmas Eve shooting of a teenager in Auckland.
Wheelchair-bound Doreen Chandler cannot understand why Eastern Beach's only two postboxes have been removed.
As a plane becomes visible on the horizon a group of men, binoculars or camera in hand, emerge from their cars.
Four new red light cameras are coming to East Auckland in the New Year.
The Botany branch of Citizens Advice Bureau will close as the lease expires at its current premises.
A snow machine, blow-up reindeer and Santa Claus himself are making Christmas dreams come true at one brightly lit household.
After serving schools for 32 years, police officer Adele White is calling it a day.
Opponents of a new BP petrol station can't believe it has been given the go ahead.
East Auckland cafe owners are worried about council's plan to increase fees for cafes using the footpath to host diners.
Mystery surrounds the gruesome death of a young dog and the nasty injuries inflicted on another.
Scott Dixon took time out from his busy schedule to talk about life as an IndyCar driver at the Howick Club.
Rustlers have pinched a calf - albeit a fibreglass version from the Howick Historical Village in Auckland.
It has been 70 years since Auckland man John Roy-Wojciechowski settled as a refugee in Pahiatua.
Two Auckland high schools have had a fight to the robot death in the first ever Sumobot Contest.
Luke Christensen is confident pedalling through the CBD but says he would not ride along Pakuranga Rd.
BP's plan to build a petrol station on Pakuranga Rd remains unpopular despite proposed design changes.
The call is going out for nominations for the inaugural Howick's Celebrated Citizens awards.
A Model T Ford damaged in a crash last year is ready to hit the road once more.
Gary Parker-Nance is getting stuck into grass roots level sport after two decades running international stadiums.
Clara Wigmore has gone from making pillows and trackpants to high fashion garments out of old bed sheets.
A jogger's close call with a falling branch has resulted in four large trees being removed from a park.
Leighton Stichbury is in acting heaven after debuting alongside Michael Hurst and Theresa Healey.
Totara Hospice is appealing for urgent donations so it can fund a specialist triage nurse.
The restoration of a derelict and burnt-out historic house has reached the halfway mark.
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.
Local Board members walked out of a meeting in protest over possible names for a building and museum.
The zoning for primary schools in an area of East Auckland is under review following Ministry of Education request.
He's led decile 1 and 10 schools in the past but now principal Michael Leach is off to experience private schooling.
Judy Joy's dying wish was that her beloved cat Moo be looked after. But now he's gone missing.
Taiwanese wood sculptor Wu Jung-tzu's latest exhibition will only show in four select countries and NZ is one of them.
A road covered up by chip seal in February is continuing to annoy residents, who question the quality of the tar.
Mothers are dressed for the cold but their children aren't adequately covered, sewing group founder says.
Jamie Whyte is defending his decision to stand in Pakuranga rather than contest ACT's strong Epsom seat.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?