Construction of the transport links for the Drury South project will begin within the next year.
A public meeting is being held to firm up plans on how to fix Otara Lake and it's waterways.
David Riley hopes his new book Samoan Heroes will get more young people reading
A life-saving moment that gifted a young baby his life is now giving his mum a new career.
Revelation Titans are now the only unbeaten team in the Ladies A grade competition at the Mangere Otahuhu Netball Centre.
Aorere College hang on to be Tangaroa College.
Manukau City have a point to prove against Claudelands Rovers.
Manukau Rovers won't die wondering when they run up against University on May 30.
Kids had a surprise encounter with Burma the elephant when they visited Auckland Zoo on a special day out.
Auckland bus shelters are set for a new design following public feedback.
Committed volunteers like Susan Chamberlin are what help to make Alzheimers Auckland's Countdown Appeal a success each year.
Josephine was facing a cold, wet winter with no glass in the windows of her home.
It is tough, uncompromising and sometimes brutal - and it's breaking new ground in Pacific theatre.
A reduced speed threshold will be in effect again over Queen's Birthday weekend.
Four times as many dogs are being put down at the Manukau animal shelter than at any other shelter in Auckland.
Officials are working to make sure 250 Middlemore Hospital patients have an MRI scan before the end of June.
Erina Runciman turned 100 on May 25.
Five Papakura Sea Eagles to face the Maori Residents.
Papakura City without five frontline players for Chatham Cup.
Karaka have done the double in Counties Manukau club rugby for the second year in a row.
Hui Hui Kotahi and Conifer Grove Platinum scored impressive wins in the latest round of Papakura Netball Centre's senior premier grade on May 23.
An increase to a rates rebate scheme could be on the way for people in retirement villages.
A boost in learning could see more scientists coming out of South Auckland.
War planes will be thundering through the sky this weekend to commemorate an historic military operation.
The creation of a new multi-million dollar food manufacturing plant in Wiri will create 20 new jobs.
The answer to safer roads and better walkways in Mangere has been put on hold for at least a year.
Two critically endangered takahe have been released at Rotoroa Island.
Otahuhu College and Southern Cross headed for a showdown in College Rugby League.
Dave Giles spent five years building his scale replica of an American steam train.
A 12-year-old student was rushed to hospital after impaling his hand on a fence spike.