Huge blaze at derelict house in Flat Bush sparks high number of 111 calls.
High spirits, rather than high seas, dominated Saturday's demanding Portage Crossing in Auckland.
An autopsy has confirmed the death of a woman found in a car on Thursday was not suspicious.
Construction of the new $26 million Manukau bus station should be finished by the second half of 2017.
Naomi Kirk has taken one final journey through the suburb she helped to shape.
Master coach Kevin Fallon will guide Manukau City this football season.
Holden is on a drive to find New Zealand's next Ryan Fox or Lydia Ko.
Musical trio Sol3 Mio will give a special performance to raise funds for Variety - The Children's Charity.
Wanted: Singing stars aged 7-18.
Grant Howlett is a man who makes sport run like clockwork but says high pressure situations put people off the important job of umpiring.
They have big ideas and are full of ambition for the future of their community.
A new shuttle bus is being be trialled between South Auckland hospital sites.
Prominent Scottish bagpiper Angus J.MacColl is getting ready to perform in South Auckland.
Teenage history buffs are encouraged to enter an essay competition on the subject of war.
Young designers and chefs are invited to enter this year's Eye on Nature competitions.
New tracking bracelets are being trialled at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital after a newborn was abducted in 2014.
Flava FM breakfast host gets behind this month's Heart Foundation appeal, knowing all too well the effects of heart disease.
Out-of-control car smashes into building and ends lodged in a south Auckland laundromat.
"Commercially packaged dung" intercepted at Auckland Airport, but traveller praised for declaring item.
This week's Good Bloke Award goes to Eddie Kennedy of Mangere, who volunteers for Totara Hospice.
After their affair was exposed, two lovers nearly decapitated the woman's husband.
One of the longest running - and toughest - events on the Manukau calendar is back.
There can "always be a win-win outcome" to every problem, Ane Chan-Paeu reckons.
What a fantastic week. It was unbelievable.
The Schwenkes are feeling challenged in their third week of training for Ports of Auckland Round the Bays.
The pious life of a spiritual missionary may not be to everyone's taste but for a new member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, it's his calling.
Safekids is promoting safety around cars in driveways this summer.
Papatoetoe proved they can foot it with the best when they played Auckland club cricket's two-day championship leaders Takapuna last Saturday
I first went to Waitangi in 1984 on what was known as the "Hikoi ki Waitangi".
Vandals "stole from their own community" by vandalising a much-loved neighbourhood hub.