When Tania Shailer and David Haerewa stand in the dock tomorrow, they could face rare life sentences for manslaughter.
Auckland trains were briefly delayed after a disoriented man blocked the Britomart tunnel.
State Highway 1 in north Auckland is now open but traffic is heavy following a serious crash involving two motorbikes and car.
Auckland dad Paku Sadlier receives job offers and a full scholarship for a trades programme.
Police are warning builders, contractors and residents to take precautions with burglars targeting construction sites.
Tearfund wants Kiwis to get on their bikes to stop human trafficking.
Sarah Spence is celebrating everything British in her cello performance.
Senior Chef is a course for older people who want to re-kindle an interest in cooking or who want to learn.
Elisa Martin Moses will represent New Zealand at the Global Chinese Bridge Speech Competition in China.
At the half way mark of the season, the Auckland First XV competition has raised more questions than answers.
Freshly promoted Sergeant Anson Lin will be moving back to the front line.
Five students from the Bay of Islands area are off to China for an international friendship camp.
Kaitaia Hospital has seen great results after engaging in a healthy workplace initiative.
Experienced Kaikohe actor is looking for youth to join him to learn about theatre.
A pine tree with the highest level of protection is getting the chop.
Sections of State Highway in Northland will benefit from a new road safety improvements project.
Self-confessed "world's worst baker" Michelle Lee thought her trusty cheesecake recipe could be a triumph.
If you are aged 16 to 24 trying to figure out your career options, come along to one of the free Careers Coach events being in held in Takanini and Papakura next month.
DOC senior ranger Karen Joyce-Paki captures the moment Northland locals saved two beached whales.
"People need to have a reason and the ability to stop and linger."
Viticulture, farming, Maori and military history, and kauri gum are all part of Swanson's heritage.
McKenzie Joyce is the fourth generation in her family to suffer from progressive hearing loss.
ActivAsian is a project that aims to use sports to integrate migrants into the community.
The three bears have made their home in West Auckland.
Retailers say the new policy of charging staff $5 per day for parking at Westgate shopping centre is having the opposite of the intended effect.
"Everyone who lives in Auckland is a custodian of its heritage."
New tourist-oriented "Blue Link" along Tamaki Drive added to Auckland's bus network.
Two pygmy sperm whales have been rescued after getting stranded at a remote beach.
Young people dedicated to helping South Aucklanders with life-limiting illness have been recognised by the Minister of Health.
Kia Aroha College's principal won't really stop working, despite retiring after three decades at the school.