School children are investigating if there's a difference between country and city tui songs.
An opshop donates donates 50 per cent of its profits to the Mental Health Foundation and workers at the store are former mental health sufferers too.
Struck by lightning twice last week, now trapped by arcing power line.
Boats stored for a secondary schools yachting programme are creating a hurdle for walkers.
Residents will enjoy a brand new pedestrian footbridge in Milford by Christmas.
When Audrey Bowden, 86, injured herself boarding a bus, bystanders flocked to help her.
An Auckland Council fund helping keep beaches clean and beautiful only has $3.2 million in it.
The old Takapuna post office is over 100 years old, but its long history almost disappeared in seconds.
Youngsters enjoy a trip of a lifetime on the Auckland harbour.
Groups of schools around New Zealand are working alongside each other through a government supported initiative.
Neville Clarke surprised his family with his 94th birthday present request.
A classical musician is introducing primary school students to opera through a six-week programme.
OPINION: When the time comes to attribute a cause to this weekend's helicopter crash, we must protect lives.
As Phil Goff announces his bid for Auckland's top job, the city's residents tell us what they want from a new mayor.
One person was injured in a fire at Takapuna's historic former Post Office building.
OPINION: A big modern city needs a big modern public transport system – as Kiwis see overseas.
The Ministry for Culture and Heritage is looking for the owners of Maori objects found on the site of the Long Bay Restaurant in Auckland.
For years a North Shore plant turned trash into treasure - of the electric kind.
Playground vandalism hurts residents in the heart and pocket.
The National Youth Theatre Company's latest performance is Beauty and the Beast. One of the lead characters has been waiting two years to play Belle.
Random audience members have chosen a national competition winner.
Reducing garden maintenance in parks and introducing chemical spraying of edging is angering some local boards.
The country's largest union is confident health worker employment mediation will work but Auckland DHBs are crying foul.
Three Houses Down, a 10-piece reggae outfit, will headline Northcote Town Centre as part of Urbanesia this month.
In the time it took to go to the car to get the marshmallows, disaster struck.
It's a matter of perspective how people view a controversial Milford development.
OPINION: Send a message to Auckland ... it's time to step up and show some leadership.
Auckland's Cat Lounge has only been open four days but has already had 580 customers through its doors.
Le Roys Bush Reserve on the North Shore is a treasure trove for botany enthusiasts.
About 400 students from North Island schools are taking part in a worldwide cup stacking world record challenge.