Auckland police are looking for a violent gang member who has cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet.
Artist Dave Sotogi is preparing for his third solo art exhibition this July.
Tevita Li has only been back in the country a matter of weeks but is already focusing on the ITM Cup.
Duncan Matthews will ditch the comforts of home to raise awareness of homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and gender-diverse youth.
It could be a cold, wet finals day for Fifa Under-20 World Cup players and some spectators at North Harbour Stadium on Saturday with the MetService predicting heavy rain and northerlies.
Kristin prefects are turning a shipping container into a state of the art kitchen for a south Auckland school.
Behind the scenes of a junior soccer club.
Expanding businesses are the main purchasers of sites at an industrial subdivision near the new Westgate town centre.
With the help of Poly-Emp Employment and Advisory Service, Amber Rimmer was able to find a job she loves.
Centenarian Inga Heaton-Bow refused her war medals for years, claiming "she didn't earn them".
Ten homes are being restored as part of Willis Bond's Sunderland precinct before going up for sale.
A Flying Officer at the New Zealand Defence Force has won the New Zealand Aeronautical Trust's prestigious Ian Diamond Award.
A Watercare education programme is showing students the importance of clean water.
Some of the city's best designed buildings can be seen in our very own backyard.
Home owners are saving money from at a recycling centre that stops concrete from being dumped.
She's an ex-nun, teacher, author, celebrant, motivational speaker, actress in a one woman play, and now Pauline Grogan is grabbing a microphone.
The mayor wants Aucklanders to understand what they are getting for his transport levy.
Motorists driving the northwestern motorway during Queen's Birthday weekend will experience detours from road closures.
Eileen McIntosh and her granddaughter Lauren Freeman couldn't be more different when it comes to cooking.
There’s now an extra tool supporting defence families while their loved ones are deployed.
Paremoremo and Greenhithe residents are furious as they face paying an extra $99 a year to cover Auckland services they won't get.
Peter Woolston is about to release his latest album and will be donating 50 per cent EP, CD and iTunes profits from the song Hope On My Horizon to the floating hospital.
It's not everyday you see an ambulance parked in a plane.
Hobsonville Point homes are going up quickly.
It would be cheap to turn the massive boat-building shed at Hobsonville Point into a sports centre.
Film-makers applaud an idea to turn old Auckland Air Force hangars into film studio space.
The Waitemata District Health Board can now purchase a heart scanner for babies thanks to generous support from a Waitoki couple and Suburban Newspapers readers.
Why did the turtle cross the road?
A new generation of footballers are starting early and preparing to move up the ranks.