I was stressed out because I didn't know what to do … there was nowhere to go."
Animates staff are offering free, fun educational sessions for children throughout the school holidays.
People everywhere eagerly embracing sport and recreation opportunities - Harbour Sport chief executive Toni-Maree Carnie's vision for Auckland post local elections.
Badminton New Zealand have had their eye on Gaea Galvez for a while.
The draft structure plan for Whenuapai's future development has been approved.
ESL speakers can be isolated but a new course in Greenhithe is helping.
Greenhithe mum Tracy Benge has been "overwhelmed" by football boot donations from the community.
A business student has a summer work internship programme to thank for her new job in banking.
Auckland Unitary plan is unlawful, says Forest & Bird.
The $300 million redevelopment includes a new maximum security unit and other service buildings.
A group of business owners have been inducted into a Business Hall of Fame.
The founder of St Paul's Kindergarten is retiring after 36 years of teaching service to Massey community.
A brother and sister are able to enjoy music, sports, and school thanks to life-changing cochlear implants.
A murderer and rapist who has served close to 20 years in jail has again been denied parole.
A move to make subdivision possible in the Waitakere Ranges is heading to the High Court.
Despite filing four reports with Facebook, no one can tell us how to access our page. So we've made a new one.
Public consultation for the draft Whenuapai structure plan has opened with a bang.
Over 100 cars will be parking at Hobsonville's Countdown to raise money.
An Auckland Council programme is helping gets schools into voting.
A proposed Education (Update) Amendment Bill would remove the right for elected boards of trustees to make education decisions for their schools, west Auckland prinicpals say.
Does Vic Crone believe humans are causing the Earth to warm? Has John Palino ever smoked weed? We've got the answers.
Concerns police are under pressure to issue pre-charge warnings instead of charging offenders.
Coatesville residents are worried about the future of Coatesville under the new Unitary Plan.
Leaving council property unoccupied is '"scandalous", says a local board candidate.
Encroaching, bylaw breaches and "blatant vandalism". Ahead of the 2016 election, the sign wars have begun.
A bumper crop of Auckland Council candidates, absences and voter confusion could make 2016's Auckland Council race interesting.
Community leaders have shared their thoughts on what they would like to see from the new Upper Harbour Local Board.
A high school student started a website after finding herself isolated in tech subjects at school.
An composting education programme is trying to spread the word.
Whenuapai school will soon be raising their new flag, which has been designed by one of its students.