Community members are "extra eyes and ears" on the ground.
Business North Harbour's planned expansion into the Albany area is a success.
Women of all shapes and sizes, including one with terminal cancer, will star in this diverse fashion shoot.
Hobsonville Primary School students will have to cross six lanes of traffic to get to school after Auckland Transport re-designed the road outside, transport advocates say.
Many new homes in Hobsonville have missed out on their recycle bins due to council using old data for its delivery list.
The call to arms for pyjamas will see hundreds of children keep warm this winter.
Oddie, the much-loved Hobsonville Marina ferry cat, has been killed in a dog attack.
Claim that wheel clampers are damaging Auckland suburb's reputation.
An Auckland man who has lived on a yacht for 15 years says it's a sensible option to avoid out-of-control property prices.
A war veteran with hearing loss says his hearing dog has changed his life.
If you live out west then it might be a good day to stay in the city after work.
A teen is leading the way with his work involving youth in environmental projects.
Mum of three never imagined a garage clear out would lead to a community football boot drive.
It was a battle for book suremacy at the West Harbour Barfoot & Thompson Book Battle.
Bethells and Muriwai Beach Surf Life Saving Clubs took away five awards.
McKenzie Joyce is the fourth generation in her family to suffer from progressive hearing loss.
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.
Police had been trying to protect fugitive's alleged past victim over history of serious violence.
Snow in the Park returns for its third year.
Kauri Murray could be heading for a bright future in wheelchair basketball.
Climbing more than 1000 stairs was worth every step of pain for Lisa Hill.
Kazu and Ikeda talk about their food truck Peko Peko.
Police looking for a man who allegedly assaulted a woman, leaving her with facial injuries.
A campaign to get another public pool built in West Auckland is running full steam ahead.
New stickers will let vulnerable kids know where they can go for help.
A Westgate worker says the new policy of charging staff $5 per day for parking is "revenue gathering".
New owners are turning over a new leaf at Hobsonville Point Medical Centre.
Seven-year-old Evelyn Turner was sick of hearing her parents complain about the lack of swimming pools in West Auckland. So she decided to do something about it.
Everyone put on their pink shirt at Massey High School to make a stand against bullying.
The use of a controversial chemical to control weeds around Auckland has caused a spat among councillors.