New Zealanders are supporting families struck by the Kaipara boat tragedy.
One person is in a serious condition after the crash on Auckland's North Shore.
Fire fighters used the jaws of life to cut someone from a crash in Glenfield on December 4.
Former Auckland teacher deregistered after passing on confidential information and faking test results.
Ellaphon Tauariki collaborates with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra.
Auckland businesses concerned over measures being taken for the city's gay pride parade.
Elizabeth, 9, can cartwheel over on her pony's back, ride bareback and she has taught him to bow.
The race for deputy prime minister is also a battle of the west.
Ellerslie Business Association frustrated by Auckland Transport's consultation on proposed pedestrian crossing.
Waiheke SPCA says Hilary rabbit's foster mum will adopt her if no-one claims her as their pet.
A community initiative brings joy to children in Paremoremo.
Howick's women's softball players win their own high-quality tournament in support of breast cancer awareness.
Auckland haven no longer on island time, now that ultra-fast broadband has been rolled out on Waiheke.
Animal-loving filmmaker aims to shed light on the lethal effects of ocean noise pollution.
Popular Auckland tourist spot Mission Bay has been frozen in time since its village clock stopped ticking months ago.
Groups of teenagers are causing a headache for Westfield management and shoppers.
It was ant-infested and could fit inside the smallest room in their new home. But now this family can forget about the caravan.
"I lost some good friends getting those medals," says war veteran who had his military medals stolen.
Kumeu-based Maddren Homes has cleaned up at this year's House of the Year Awards.
First stage of a $46 million Auckland cycleway dubbed the "Orakei spine" has opened.
A man has died after a crash on Auckland's North Shore.
Smoke from a switchboard fire circulated through the mall's air conditioning system.
Caitlin Allen took up water polo after a smart remark from her older brother.
An art gallery in Auckland's seaside Devonport features digital reproductions of Rembrandt paintings.
Ex-Auckland council employee and roading contractor found guilty of corruption worth more than $1m.
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.
The sod has been turned to mark the start off the Puhoi to Wellsford Road.
Security footage shows two men holding up a west Auckland pub.
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.