Coaches Richie Blackmore and Songi Tupou want another crack at the Fox Memorial Trophy and the Sharman Cup.
The damage to the Steelers' morale is the unknown factor ahead of their match against Taranaki on September 2.
Corrections Minister's portfolio now the laughing stock of the Government.
The pinnacle of club league takes place this Saturday at Mt Smart Stadium and I'm very excited because it's the breeding ground for up-and-coming talent.
This week's Good Bloke Award goes to Bosun Paki for helping those in need.
Alfriston College band Reciprocate are rehearsing for the national Rockquest and Pacifica Beats finals.
This week's Thanks a Bunch goes to Lisa Gunanayagam and her husband Terrence.
Students at BEST Pacific Institute of Education are about to get their passports stamped.
Fire has destroyed a garage that was converted into a bedroom in South Auckland.
The Manukau District Court's $51 million redevelopment is complete.
Mangere East halfback Raymond Talimalie is the best premier rugby league player in Auckland.
Papatoetoe High School opens its national secondary school rugby league campaign against Kelston Boys' High School on August 31.
Julie Foster described herself as a prime candidate for the silent disease.
Cops will hit the stage this September to explore human empathy and evil.
Finding a suitable vein may pose a challenge on any patient. And those with difficult to find veins can be near impossible but the Haematology day ward at Middlemore Hospital have found the answer.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - The Redoubt Stake worked in collaboration with the Furniture for Schools Charitable Trust to send school furniture to Kiribati.
Frank Halai makes his long-awaited return to the Steelers against Hawke's Bay on August 28.
A protest aimed at scrapping a Special Housing Area near historical land has failed.
Raising the levels of te reo Maori is the aim of the Pu Korero regional speech competition.
An all-girl Muslim production was a sell-out in South Auckland.
The youth of Otara now have a chance to speak up and take lead.
The first application of toxic 1080 bait in the Hunua Ranges area is complete and the parklands are expected to reopen later this week.
A person has suffered burns after a gas canister exploded under a house in South Auckland.
Young South Auckland kids used party string to distract a woman in an attempted handbag snatch.
More money for fewer services - that's the message coming from pensioners living in Auckland Council owned housing.
I was amazed to learn that a migration boom is upon us as more Indian and Chinese students arrive in New Zealand.
This week's Good Bloke Award goes to Tom Wichman of Mangere.
The Steelers have payback in mind as they prepare for their ITM Cup clash with Hawke's Bay.
Maori soldiers have been honoured in their mother tongue.