The region has a long relationship with moving pictures.
Traffic is back to normal after a CBD gas leak threatened to disrupt Aucklanders' commute home.
Chris Kanuta is inspiring others after losing 25 per cent of his 240 kilograms.
Two Kaipara College teens have played their way into this year's Smokefree Rockquest finals.
A unique initiative aimed at hard-to-reach teenagers has launched in west Auckland.
Badminton New Zealand have had their eye on Gaea Galvez for a while.
A primary school principal has increased concerns for student pedestrian safety.
It's okays to be yourself is about embracing differences and celebrating strengths.
Looking back at childhood, through an adult's film lens.
Thousands attended motor neurone disease awareness events across the country last Sunday, including at a soggy Barry Curtis Park, East Auckland.
Exercise helped Sherylee Teoh get through postnatal depression when she was at her lowest point.
It has been 14 years since Sunju Park decided to move from South Korea to New Zealand with her two young children.
The late Richard Beachman's wish came true when his children were the first to jump off the new Murrays Bay Wharf with some of his ashes.
Wesley College students hope to follow in the footsteps of famous alumni.
There is no need to panic, the roadworks are on track.
One last effort to look for the rightful owners of priceless items of cultural significance.
A west Auckland student is to represent New Zealand in an United Nations Youth conference.
You may have seen "vote for trains" signs popping out from underneath candidate hoardings in Kumeu.
The public petition to preserve the scenic view shafts from Stockade Hill, Howick, continues to gather momentum.
Construction has officially begun on a major Auckland roading project.
The freelance photographer's documentation on Kingsland will go on display this Thursday.
The draft structure plan for Whenuapai's future development has been approved.
ESL speakers can be isolated but a new course in Greenhithe is helping.
Greenhithe mum Tracy Benge has been "overwhelmed" by football boot donations from the community.
The regeneration of the Astrolabe Reef was the one silver lining of the Rena disaster.
The New Zealand Youth Delegation will be heading to Morocco in November for the United Nation's annual climate change conference.
Go karts among $200K worth of stolen property unearthed after police search of home.
Government and council transport planners have had their say on how how Auckland transport plans should proceed for the next 30 years.
Dogs are officially allowed on the popular Twin Coast Cycle Trail thanks to a council bylaw.
Hibicus Coast Raiders Rugby League have had a remarkable year on and off the field, including taking three grand finals.