A mother is combining a personal challenge with a charity close to her heart.
Big band music still excites audiences after more than 70 years.
Social media star Liam McEwan is documenting his journey to learn to drive for the public's viewing pleasure.
A family talks about a fundraising campaign to get a cancer drug in the hope it prompts debate about health funding.
The way many families have enjoyed inheritances for centuries is about to change, warns the Retirement Commissioner.
Six weeks ago, a festival to celebrate depression and anxiety was merely a dream.
Auckland ferry fares are called unfair, but a critic says one solution offered could be a 'bloody nightmare'.
After 30 years of operation and 20 years in the same building, the North Shore Resource Centre needs a new home fast.
Luka Katavich is still shocked he won the final event for the cancelled Trash to Fashion competition.
Brad Smeele was left a quadriplegic after a wakeboarding accident last year, so his mates are running their hearts out for him.
Did I do that right? AT HOP's tag-on, tag-off fare system is creating anxiety.
Supporters and opponents will try mediation over proposed SkyPath pedestrian and cycleway plans for Auckland Harbour Bridge.
College students have made an unusual scientific discovery after watching fish hunting for food.
The Northcote town centre manager says his centre is safe despite two bag snatch incidents within a year.
We want to care for, not chop down Auckland's trees, says a long time arborist.
A police patrol car on "urgent duty" has been involved in a collision with another vehicle.
Bestselling Welsh author Rosie Thomas will speak at a charity fundraiser in Takapuna.
Police are focusing on inexperienced drivers after two crashes within hours of each other involved drivers on their restricted licence.
After a nine-month wait, work is due to resume at Long Bay Restaurant.
A free booklet full of tips, recipes and poems has been created by the Kaipatiki elderly for residents.
Light installations made by 130 students are among Artweek highlights in Devonport.
The SkyCity Breakers are giving back with a leadership course for high school students.
Kayla Nield had her first operation when she was six hours old. Thirteen years later, she's the star of an award-winning short film.
Dogfight, a story of American marines and their ugly date competition in 1963, gets its New Zealand premiere this October.
Google asks kids what they would do if they could go back in time for its annual competition.
Bryan Jackson was the first person to admit he wasn't perfect, says his son.
While one North Shore school abandons Cambridge as an NCEA alternative, another introduces it as an option.
Takapuna residents lodge bias complaint against local board chairman.
Auckland local boards are demanding Auckland Council push central government to reveal more about a secret international agreement.
Local board members buried differences to beautify a controversial piece of Takapuna reserve land.