New housing developments will improve the quality of life for families of a decile one primary school on Auckland's North Shore, its principal says.
Auckland Councillors have pushed the walking and cycling path a step closer to reality.
While their wives were in France, Albany resident Stuart Kendon and his friend decided to venture into Antarctica.
Young Leader Award recipient Hannah Selby realised something was going on when her parents turned up to her school assembly.
Business North Harbour's planned expansion into the Albany area is a success.
A team of runners and walkers, including former marathon winner Allison Roe, is preparing for the ASB Auckland Marathon.
A mother says it seems young people with mental health issues need to put their lives in danger to finally receive help.
Irritated shoppers complain of poor signage on a new paid-parking section of Milford Centre car park.
A Salvation Army program pairs volunteers with elderly people in the hope that clients can become friends.
Friends and foes of the SkyPath proposal are seeking more support, from MPs or cash donations.
Takapuna Holiday Park saved for now, as Yachting NZ abandons its application for a sailing facility.
Work and Income New Zealand described as "very judgmental" and "traumatising" in new study.
Two major projects - a motorway interchange and a National Hockey Centre - are vying for the same space.
After more than a year of roughing it, Bruce Bray has finally been able to say goodbye to his bright blue van in favour of four walls and a proper bed.
At the Repair Cafe attendees will be encouraged to repair and recycle rather than reject broken items.
The fire lit up the suburban skies and was "well-involved" by the time firefighters reached the house.
"No one even knows who's doing anything" review of Auckland Council finds.
Auckland motorists urged to drive cautiously or use other routes.
More than 2000 houses have had their power restored following reports of an explosion on Auckland's North Shore.
Police find 19-year-old who fled from two healthcare facilities in seven days.
An Auckland college is creating an oasis of education and garden oasis for the community and students alike.
Eilish Wilkes is the first writer to benefit from a trust allowing young people to become published authors.
With possible links to cancer the weed killer glyphosate is being reviewed for use on Auckland streets.
At least two birds have died after a major spill on Auckland's North Shore.
Buck Shelford and his wife will battle their son Eru in the kitchen as part of a new Maori TV show.
Steve Forno was "living the dream" and sailing the world when his life was abruptly ended by a rogue wave.
Josh Chapman located by police two days after going missing from a healthcare facility.
Yachting New Zealand is making a final push to build a sailing facility on Takapuna beach reserve land.
Glenfield artist Angela Reading, 72, is out to redefine the 'bunch of old nannas' stereotype for older women.
Colleen Howarth and David Grey are benefiting from a cooking course for older people.