"He has put his heart and soul into the school unconditionally for the last ten years."
Police are warning builders, contractors and residents to take precautions with burglars targeting construction sites.
"People need to have a reason and the ability to stop and linger."
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.
Frustrated by the lack of pedestrian crossings in their area, KumeuKnitty bought black wool and knitted their own.
The path is wide and level, perfect for walkers of all abilities and also bikes and wheelchairs
"I've still got all my fingers."
This lifeguard pair are preparing to take their Kiwi know how to California.
Fancy names and skills of nor-west thoroughbreds will be showcased at Equidays.
A touching story about friendship, belonging and the on-going effects of silent grief.
The overall survival rate appears very high for the vulnerable species.
In adopting the gannets he felt a kinship and received healing from them.
An Auckland Council car has been hit by a train in Kumeu on Wednesday.
NZ aviation is fascinating- it's full of amazing pioneers who were ridiculously brave.
The average 2 to 4-year-old in New Zealand already watches double the international recommendation of one hour of television a day at home.
Dale Buckley and his children prepare for the oldest running off-road racing event in New Zealand.
Repairs and maintenance needed for building's foundations.
Nationals selection in just a year of picking up rugby.
A small service club is matching $1 for every $1 donated by the Waimauku community.
When a child becomes educated they have other choices rather than going into prostitution.
Riding waves in Portugal with top junior surfers
Chevannah Paalvast is celebrating making the Tall Ferns again and come August is hoping to be playing in Rio.
The push for intensive poultry development in South Head impacts everybody.
The premier women's football team are hoping to get points on the board this weekend.
The camping experience will make Muriwai even more of a drawcard.
Flight Lieutenant Taylor Berriman is a Seasprite pilot in No 6 Squadron based at the Royal New Zealand Air Force in Whenuapai. The squadron works with the Royal New Zealand Navy. The 25-year-old Whenuapai resident enjoys fishing, golf, football, tennis, and playing the guitar.
A big turnout may show out for Anzac Day events, especially Helensville and Waimauku parades.
Teenager Jake Turner is preparing to hurtle at breakneck speeds along an international track.
The group of lifeguards from Bethell's Beach will be doing 24 hour shifts in Greece and face the arrival of a boat a day carrying at least 40 to 50 refugees.
Tasking crews in Fiji during the immediate aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston still jolts Matt Tristram.