The director of an educational hub has resigned and two annual events have been cancelled amid financial pressures at a health board.
Mayfield Primary School legend Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and pupils had the time of their lives when Kiwi and Vodafone Warriors captained dropped by his old Otara school last week, as these pictures show.
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck often imagined himself running into the test arena along side the Kiwis as a child.
You're caught speeding but the street the ticket is for has a different speed limit. An easy fix, right? Not so for one motorist.
James Cook High School will have to provide the Education Review Office with regular progress updates over the next year.
Harry Toleafoa from south Auckland says educating and empowering people are two of his greatest passions.
Maori Wardens are seeing a noticeable rise in suicide rates and are keen to recruit more wardens to better support the community.
Vance and Jasmine McPhee are redefining what it means to be good samaritans.
Crystal Kauwhata lied twice under oath about having a baby in an attempt to avoid going to prison.
When Adel Salmanzadeh arrived in New Zealand in 1989, he says there weren't many services for refugees.
In the Manukau Courier, June 20, page 1 we featured a story that parents with children in kindergarten could face a price hike under a raft of new changes being made in Auckland. Parents say they're left with no choice but to cut down on other expenses.
The Counties Manukau Stingrays are champions of New Zealand women's rugby league, again.
Locked away for two weeks together was all the Modern Maori Quartet needed to write their first album.
Imagine arriving in a country to start a new life and not knowing how to speak the language.
It's about sacrifice, dedication, fellowship and faith.
East Tamaki Bowling Club has lost it's greatest champion and bowls, one it's genuine nice guys.
There’s nothing like enjoying an afternoon cuppa - if only a popular arts centre was able to provide its patrons with one.
She's taken over as area commander in the busiest policing areas in the country. But Naila Hassan is up for the challenge.
Northland doctor Lance O'Sullivan will speak at this year's TEDxManukau event in south Auckland.
The man was cleaning a car's windscreen on a south Auckland road when he was seriously injured.
OPINION: This one is shaping as a big week for the old Butcher.
Another foggy morning at Auckland Airport is affecting regional and international flights.
South Auckland's Roscommon School is being described as "phenomenal in terms of language" by the Education Minister Nikki Kaye.
With an influx of kittens at SPCA Auckland, the organisation is offering free desexing to cat owners.
Tevita Kava is being remembered as a humble man who wanted to improve people's lives.
Three young men attack taxi driver in his vehicle, kicking and punching him.
Brazilian woman tried to smuggle cocaine worth $3.2m into Auckland in her luggage.
A south Auckland driving school is spinning its wheels with joy after being gifted two brand new vehicles.
With only minutes between take-offs and landings, it takes good eyes and fast feet to keep Auckland Airport's runway free of debris.
Now We're Talking is an initiative to help provide preschoolers with a wider and more complex vocabulary.