Child Poverty Action Group says little focus has been put on housing and household incomes in this year's budget.
Model making may appear to hail from another generation but it is still for the young at heart.
Flyer claims "new generation" Chinese investors are keen to buy property.
Community workshops aim to empower migrant women.
Pensioners at Hills Court are scared in their own homes after a bout of break-ins, an assault and thefts.
Deputy principal Melini Fasavalu has been awarded for her masters thesis.
New funding for Counties Manukau district health board increases their total allocation to a record level.
Auckland SeniorGold cardholders have been confused by a lack of clarity around the need to register for a public transport HOP card.
They often take the brunt of criticism, but we give credit to local body politicians doing amazing things.
More mentors are needed for children of prisoners following the opening of the new Auckland South Corrections Facility in Wiri.
Two men have been arrested after a cop was found lying unconscious on the side of the road.
Everything's riding on the final round of College Rugby League for Otahuhu College.
Counties Manukau residents get a chance at seeing TEDxManukau at a discounted price.
Corrections apologises for keeping school in the dark about its sex offender neighbour.
A new Pasifika Community Centre is getting ready to open.
Janelle Pownceby says she's realised as a police officer that you can change the world - but it has to be in small, bite-sized ways.
Te Wananga o Aotearoa homework hubs aim to help youth better their education.
Despite permanent damage in his right eye, John Cocker is still pursuing a career in rugby.
Locals are vowing to keep fighting a controversial special housing area after it received the go-ahead from commissioners.
The new Maori record label Waatea Music was formed to produce and support it's artists performing in both Te Reo and English.
Ben McCallum's volunteer work often leaves his sides aching with laughter.
Auckland University is providing hundreds of new undergraduate scholarships.
Six hundred apartments are set to rise in central Manukau after a deal is struck between Auckland Council and the Government.
The discovery of a body in south Auckland has been referred to the coroner.
Take a tour of 35 Waiheke Island artists' studios over Queen's Birthday weekend.
Manurewa High School students got creative during the Big Day In conference.
This week's Thanks a Bunch goes to Susan Howard from Goodwood Heights.
People in South Auckland "call a spade a spade", Chris Traill reckons.
A "no stress" ladies' marching team is seeking new members.
The Mt Albert Lions aren't as intimidating as they used to be.