A dairy owner in south Auckland suffered a puncture wound after an early morning break-in on Saturday.
A passenger helped kick a group of youths off an Auckland train after they became abusive on Friday night.
New Zealanders are supporting families struck by the Kaipara boat tragedy.
Groups of teenagers are causing a headache for Westfield management and shoppers.
A new Auckland bus route often runs late, the bus breaks down or its doors won't open. But no one is confirming or denying the issues.
Promising New Zealand schoolboy first five Harry Plummer sees his rugby future in Auckland.
Two South Auckland youth are hoping to bring change in the community - turning the negatives to positives, one young mind at a time.
Bus companies are making safety improvements after some reports on assaults on drivers.
Special housing is slated to be built here, but opponents say it's a historic site.
An education union is aiming to put an end to the early childhood education funding freeze.
OPINION: Teething issues with some of south Auckland's bus network is leaving one man feeling more like a shrink.
Compassionate youngsters are going out of their way to make sure their peers have full stomachs on December 25.
It has been raining awards for paralympic swimmer Tupou Neiufi.
My nerves aren't too good, so I don't know how heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker must be feeling ahead of his world title fight in Manukau on Saturday.
Jazz lovers won't want to miss a free public concert featuring a range of the genre's most popular works.
Santa Claus is saddling up his reindeer and will soon take flight toward South Auckland.
Despite their situation, a small group of female prisoners in Auckland are being brought together by food.
South Auckland might soon get used to seeing the kaka and tui in the area, thanks to the efforts of a few school boys.
Computers in Homes graduation event at St Mary MacKillop Catholic School, Mangere.
OPINION: "A great and charismatic leader", was how former MP Donna Awatere Huata described the Cuban legendary president Fidel Castro.
Dressing up in tutus and performing on Auckland's newest stage are just two things Tia Ormsby will miss when Billy Elliot the Musical closes.
A Salvation Army report has called on the new PM to consider a rethink of criminal justice policy.
The 44-year-old rugby referee and police officer was "doing what he loved" when he was struck down.
Couple who signed a sale agreement then refused to sell their Auckland home have to pay $90k after losing an appeal.
Tupou Neiufi,15, was left with a serious brain injury by a hit-and-run driver - but she has forgiven them.
OPINION: The joint funeral of two cousins drowned on the Kaipara Bar is a cold reminder of the pain caused to those left behind, especially their seven children.
The funeral of two cousins who died in the sinking of The Francie was held in Auckland on Saturday.
Years of hard work is paying off for people devoted to improving south Auckland's natural environment.
It's rare that the kids get to play in their own backyard - thanks to neighbour's 26 "poorly managed" beehives.
It's hard to believe that plastics bags have only been with us for about 50 years.