There's a new nose helping to keep New Zealand's borders safe.
Whitebait are great swimmers but they can't jump so streams need to be clear of obstacles for fish to flourish.
He felt sick just seconds after taking a sip of his favourite drink. Then he saw the bugs in his juice.
Students at Dawson Primary School are reeling with excitement at the completion of a new wetland.
Artist Bing Dawe has little doubt why his bronze eel sculpture was stolen from Auckland Botanic Gardens.
Damage to Mangere United's pitch is equal to the digging up of Eden Park as far as the upset club is concerned.
Student commuters in Mangere are turning to their cars instead of the unreliable bus system.
Former GP now scrap metal dealer fails in his bid to get convictions relating to receiving stolen cars overturned.
Middlemore Hospital has introduced a survey allowing patients to have a say on experiences and services they receive.
A commuter reckons she could have travelled to Hamilton and back in the time it took her to go by bus from Ellerslie to work.
Council moves towards plan for areas with a 'deprivation level' of 8, 9 or 10 to be free from the sale of legal highs.
Imagine singing, acting and dancing in a musical stage production while being almost completely blind.
Puketutu Island is undergoing a 35-year rehabilitation project and input from local Maori is needed.
Cathy Friend has been supporting rugby league for more than six decades and at 80 years old has no plans to stop.
Six women are staging a playreading looking at abuse in the home and how people deal with it .
Photographer Chris Traill is on a mission to photograph all World War II veterans still living in NZ today.
Auckland City Mission's stand-alone food bank in Otahuhu has closed its doors after 16 years in the area.
Tamina Hemehema longed to perform for the Tongan King. Her sudden death last month put an end to that dream.
Comics led Michel Mulipola to art and professional wrestling. Now they're leading him to San Diego for Comic-Con.
Greyhound Roo is a hit with kids at Otara Library who read him all sorts of books but never ones about cats.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?