From Albany to Wembly, three Kiwi brothers are living their rock-star dreams.
"I thought I was a no hope but now look what I've done" - prisoner 'over the moon' about learning to read.
Prime Minister Bill English said money is 'no constraint' when it comes to Auckland's infrastructure.
With a family of Guides beside her, a youth leader is ready for her next step.
He's 41 and at his sixth world series, but Brad Rona is still one of the best softball hitters around.
Jun Dai is putting his fast-swimming skills to good use as a lifeguard and swim instructor in Auckland.
The threat of rain didn't deter more than 2500 children from a day of running, swimming and biking in Manly.
Shelley started the Te Araroa trail on her 36th birthday in September last year, and last week completed her journey.
The new principal at private school Pinehurst has been completing his PhD in English literature while also working at Westlake Boys' High School.
Eva's view is of lush green fields. But a new plan to relocate a hockey stadium means she may lose it all.
Speculation about new Bunnings at Westgate not going ahead are unfounded.
At age 73 Dot Sharp shaved her head for the first time, it was for a very good cause.
Auckland workers could start being rostered to work on Easter Sunday from 2018.
Everyone's favourite buns are back and Hobsonville's leading the way.
Auckland school turns off running water in fundraiser for Oxfam.
Removal work of asbestos from a school during opening hours is on hold to the relief of some parents.
Coaches look ahead to 2017 NRFL season.
Paula Bennett uses her position as deputy prime minister to argue for more funding in her electorate.
Work to remove asbestos from a west Auckland school is on hold until the April holidays.
Auckland Council's Project 17 will go before the finance and performance committee on March 28.
Some parents are planning to remove their children from school as a contested asbestos removal goes ahead.
Former pupils recognise the difference teacher Kirsten Richards made to their lives.
Nick Smith says history won't label him as "muddy waters minister" because of his new swimmable water quality standards.
An established Auckland cricket club is helping to boost the game in a newer part of town.
Construction of 49 new houses will start next week, a move welcome by Mayor Phil Goff.
Police wanting to be able to return stolen power tools have started a free engraving service.
Auckland principals are highly frustrated by a lack of long-term planning for growing numbers of students.
Transport agencies set to outline plans for rail line through the North Shore this year.
As heavy rains lashed Auckland, one North Harbour family had a lucky escape.
Building hope and connection with pre-loved items.