North Shore Times
Wei Zhou says she was scared to touch her baby girl in the months after her premature birth.
A family were traumatised after a home invader smashed his way into their home and attacked the son.
Six months ago everything changed for the Beasleys who ventured to St Louis Childrens Hospital for life-changing surgery.
The pond in Onepoto Domain remains toxic despite Auckland Council's plan to control the issue last winter.
They've only known each other for six months, but already their friendship is special.
The consent process has gone on hold for Auckland Harbour Bridge's controversial SkyPath.
Shoppers and staff are being turned away from Westfield Albany which closed after burst pipes cut-off the water supply.
A lightbulb moment for volunteers when a $2 item in the charity shop sold for $286 online.
There was no better birthday present for Finlay Butcher than being able to play with his siblings again.
The milk chilling centres and military checkpoints of Sri Lanka are a far cry from office work in Auckland.
Valentines Day didn't come up roses for retailers trading in the midst of a popular triathlon on Auckland’s North Shore.
Warning signs are up at one of Auckland's most popular beaches after tests revealed poor water quality.
Over 10 years, Donna Bosson's shoe size increased, her facial features transformed and she battled constant headaches.
Life-changing surgery is inching closer for five-year-old Maddy Dorrington, with one more fundraising push to go.
Access to private theatre toilets appears to be driving the public to vandalism and verbal abuse.
Michelle Atkinson landed the task of producing and directing her first professional show five weeks before its opening.
Power has been restored to homes and businesses after a feeder fault cut the supply on Auckland's North Shore.
Three tattoo artists are appealing for the return of five tattoo machines and ink and they have offered a reward.
Flowers dropped off in random Auckland spots was the work of a woman keen to surprise a stranger.
A world-famous one-legged acrobat will be remembered as a showman and raconteur.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?