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.
Lois Grayburn wants to help people realise that early detection is important when it comes to macular degeneration.
A high school principal is concerned about the opening of a nearby shop that stocks "herbal smokes".
People will no longer be able to serve on more than one Auckland local board.
Officiating overseas was an intense experience for an up and coming New Zealand rugby referee
A hair and makeup artist helped with Hairspray on London's West End and now on a Kiwi school production.
Riding waves in Portugal with top junior surfers
A site marked for a school will be taking over one of Hobsonville Pt's few green spaces.
Homeowners in Auckland are set to get off lightly this year with a much smaller rates rise.
The second stage of development for a $1.55 million shopping centre in Westgate is expected to be completed in October.
BMX rider Michael Bias will represent New Zealand in the world champs as an Elite rider.
Profits from alcohol sales and gambling machines are buying every West Auckland household a free toolkit.
Entries are now open for the annual Hobsonville Pt Runway Challenge.
A man with terminal lung cancer is pleased he's had the opportunity to live out some of his dreams before he dies.
Young and old have come together for an art project to help foster global peace.
Out of control dogs at a park in Hobsonville Point are jeopardising people's safety.
Two friends from Massey have been recognised by police for their efforts in stopping a drunk driver.
IceBreaker is a newly developed programme to help young people overcome bullying.
Business North Harbour is hoping to engage with more businesses with a planned expansion of its area.
Snickers is the new (furry) face of the Whangaparaoa police.
The booming population is affecting housing, traffic as well as something a little less noticeable – water.
Paul Moon has traced the tracks that lead to the decline of te reo Maori, unfortunately that decline is not over yet.
Tasking crews in Fiji during the immediate aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston still jolts Matt Tristram.
The Base Commander's house at Hobsonville Point has joined the other heritage homes on Sunderland Ave.
Paramedic Joy Carter was driving to work on a rainy afternoon when she came across a car accident on the side of the road.
Tina Ngatai used to look at the ground when speaking to a stranger. But now she is running community programmes and encountering new people daily without shyness.
It's going to be an exciting year for Paula Daysh and her daughters Maddie and Jamie Ham.
Council logs all tags - ready to use as evidence against each vandal when they are caught.