Iraqi refugee Mohammed Al Jamal dreams of becoming a PE teacher.
More than 50 members of South Auckland's Sikh community contributed to a successful blood donation drive.
A charity store's staff and volunteers are about to blow out the candle on its first birthday cake.
This week's Thanks a Bunch award goes to Heidi Myhr, a hand therapist at Manukau SuperClinic.
The Government alone can't solve the issue of homelessness, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says.
Papatoetoe plan on being spoilers when facing College Rifles in Auckland club rugby's Alan McEvoy Memorial Trophy.
An early start is Rod Ratu's biggest headache as his Otahuhu Leopards prepare for the Glenora Bears.
Karaka run out narrow winners against Onewhero.
Mangere United are confident they will avoid relegation and remain in division one of football's Northern League.
More changes ahead on Auckland's Southern Motorway.
Congratulations to Te Puea Marae for fighting for the homeless.
This week's Good Bloke Award goes to Ioane Faalavaau of Papakura.
OKE charity is helping school kids grow veggies.
Teenagers embark on 'adventures' as part of their coming of age, these 'adventures' escalate and begin threatening their futures beyond school.
Te reo Maori finds a contemporary voice in theatre.
The Nathan Homestead is holding an exhibition Te Kiri o Tane as part of the Matariki Festival.
The Cronulla Sharks broke Vodafone Warriors' hearts with a golden point field goal to former Warrior James Maloney.
Auckland youngster's online petition asking Countdown to stop selling caged eggs cracks 16K signatures.
Marist were too hot for Hui Hui Kotahi in Papakura Netball Centre's premier grade.
Showdown looms between Mangere Hawks and Southern Souls in Regional Premier Netball.
Dr Adam Harper is helping raise money for injured servicemen and women.
Plans for heavy rail link between Auckland Airport and the CBD considered "poor value for money" by NZTA.
Huhana Hickey hasn't needed any pain relief in four months because of a medicinal cannabis mouth spray.
South Auckland parents and community leaders outraged a serious sex offender has been placed near another school.
Paku Sadlier is on the verge of making a very important decision after being inundated with job offers.
Tearfund wants Kiwis to get on their bikes to stop human trafficking.
Sarah Spence is celebrating everything British in her cello performance.
Senior Chef is a course for older people who want to re-kindle an interest in cooking or who want to learn.
Young people dedicated to helping South Aucklanders with life-limiting illness have been recognised by the Minister of Health.
Kia Aroha College's principal won't really stop working, despite retiring after three decades at the school.