Jesus Christ is about to be resurrected again - in the form of a large Samoan man.
Rangers are begging people to keep their dogs under control, after a spate of maulings at Ambury Regional Park.
South Auckland homeowners are beefing up security after a spate of burglaries by teens.
Luke Ryan has over 800 "beads of courage" in recognition of procedures and operations.
They're essential items for babies but expensive disposable nappies could be sending some parents broke.
A South Auckland principal is pleading with drivers to slow down after a truck crashed into her school's pool fence.
The Auckland suburb of Hillpark is hosting a house and garden tour to raise money to help protect the community's heritage
Micro-car man throws his hat in the ring, hoping to be the one chosen to bring a car-sharing scheme to Auckland.
The next Steve Jobs could be a budding young business student in our very own backyard.
The largest Maori and Pacific Island festival in the world is getting ready to celebrate 40 years.
The last refuge of "fringe dwellers" - that's how one South Auckland boarding house manager describes the service he provides.
Growing missionary numbers serving in the South Pacific has led to a $3 million expansion of a training centre.
A train station on the brink of closing is now full-steam ahead and it's all thanks to community pressure.
Counties Manukau Health is facing a predicted funding shortfall of about $100 million.
Customers are getting lost or staying away from a popular Auckland tourist spot because of detours.
Residents say hoons are speeding down their roads, but a a week-long survey of the Manurewa neighbourhood showed all is well.
An Auckland homeowner was watching the World Cup cricket this afternoon, when his house was suddenly engulfed in flames.
Cousins Huia Taylor and Ani Tangitu are fed up with people bad-mouthing their hometown.
Community leaders are defending a decision to give extra funding to an ice-cream sundae world record attempt.
Flowers, pinwheels and beer bottles spill over on graves at an Auckland cemetery, but some of them need to go.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?