10,000 homes and businesses across Auckland's North Shore without power after a major outage.
A new fleet of bikes and a purpose-built bike track are helping a primary school encourage children to start cycling.
Plans to develop a 150-child daycare in a quiet suburb have residents up in arms.
Being a new dad prompts a basketball star to front a fundraising campaign.
Angry residents set up an online petition to stop the colour change of Birkenhead buses.
Ex-soldier Josephine Barrett will compete in the Invictus Games, thanks to a bionic spinal cord implant.
Proposed road changes have reignited pedestrian safety concerns around schools.
A challenging journey continues for a serious walker hoping to raise money for a good cause.
Gillian Walker has graduated from Massey University using modern study aids for the visually impaired.
Birdlife continue to be entangled in the overgrown weeds at Lake Pupuke in Takapuna.
An unqualified, inexperienced builder must pay $750,000 to the new owners of the leaky house he built.
Five stunning traditional tukutuku panels have been returned to public display in Takapuna.
Potters Park playground in Takapuna has "rusting equipment" and is "unsafe now" according to Auckland Council.
Geoffrey Rothwell has been awarded the French Legion of Honor at age 95 for his services in WWII.
Irene Calvert says the Queen's birthday was the "dullest" compared to her 90th birthday dive from a plane
Receiving a cochlear implant eight years ago was a life-changer for masters student Nathan Barlow.
Mary Ann Wick grew vegetables for the war effort, but the medal she was promised for her efforts has disappeared.
Firefighters cut woman free after she "planted her foot on the accelerator" and crashed through the shopfont.
There was a warm welcome home after a Kiwi mission to help get Fiji back on its feet.
A passion for the environment led Sophia Butler to study fashion sustainability and drives a desire to make a difference.
North Shore RSAs honour the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day.
The focus of this year's Hibiscus and Bays Local Board volunteer awards was on long-serving volunteers.
Paint brushes are flying as artists work to brighten one of South Auckland's darkest places.
A life-changing trip to Ethiopia will be something Natasha Myers can tick off her bucket list this year.
At 80 Alex MacDonald decided to take on a sailing trip from Mexico to New Zealand.
Six new classrooms are on the way for a primary school.
Lauren Ruldolph is breaking new ground in her family thanks to an AUT University scholarship.
The Perkins family can rehearse for The Big Sing whenever they're together with three family members in the same choir.
OPINION: Mums unfairly reprimanded for fitting childbirth around social diaries.
The structural stability of the proposed SkyPath route over the Auckland Harbour Bridge is being tested.