Auckland's water and waste water prices will be increasing by 2.5 per cent.
More than 1700 homes are without power in Auckland.
Community sports equipment has been damaged beyond repair in an act of "mindless vandalism".
A Papatoetoe resident isn't happy that people continue to ignore road rules.
Six women joined hands, laid flowers and cried for a puriri tree which will be bulldozed for a motorway.
Tiki Taane and Mike King are among those fronting a campaign to help vulnerable young people make better choices.
Education centres across New Zealand have been speaking up against bullying.
Georga Brinkman will follow in the foosteps of her mother and grandmother when she graduates from MIT with a bachelor of nursing.
Family and friends mourn the two brothers who died in Bay of Plenty crash
A single house is yet to rise on land announced as one of Auckland's first Special Housing Areas.
The world's largest architecture exhibition will showcase work from the top 13 AUT students.
An "ambiguous conversation" sent two trains onto a collision course. They only just stopped in time.
A Ministry of Education project is helping young people get formal qualifications.
AUT South Campus is celebrating its first cohort of law students.
A new resource aims to promote the Maori language in early childhood centres.
Hundreds of kittens are still being brought into SPCA Auckland every week thanks to an unseasonably warm May.
The Auckland Botanic Gardens will join 72 other gardens across Australasia in opening their doors for a mass open day.
Housing New Zealand is upgrading the smoke alarms installed in its more than 64,000 properties.
Graduates are set to parade South Auckland streets for the very first time.
Security officer PK Takaia meets hundreds of people every day - and now he can communicate with them all.
Auckland Airport has set up a scholarship fund for South Auckland teachers to mark its 50th anniversary.
The new inorganic collection system has left one suburb looking like a bombsite.
David and Lucia Maihia's dream of owning their own home has finally come true.
People need to be more vocal and involved in local body affairs, librarian Barry O'Callaghan reckons.
Joseph Parker visits Mangere East Primary School.
This week's bouquet goes to Ambury Farm ranger Janine Nillesen for her "wonderful work" in Mangere Bridge.
'Move' explores the complex emotions that young people experience.
A rugby league legend is the guest speaker at a movie premiere.
Mangere United will treat Papakura City as their footballing equals when they meet at Centre Park in Mangere.
Papatoetoe calls in the artillery for match against Suburbs.