They're scaring school kids and taking over a small Auckland suburb. But is birth control the answer to Browns Bay's pigeon population?
Northern commuters can learn more about the City Rail Link.
A million dollar concept plan for a community space has failed to impress.
Caitlin Sheehan is over the moon she has exceeded her fundraising target.
AUT student Christopher Dixon hopes to see more frequent, less crowded North Shore buses.
A go-slow at a key traffic intersection is infuriating drivers and residents.
He fights fires and cancer.
A four-year-long battle over who owns a town clock has finally been resolved.
Taylor Barnes is on the waiting list to become the youngest person in New Zealand to receive a heart transplant.
Letterboxes in Birkdale were decorated with ribbons, bows and balloons in memory of Blessie Gotingco throughout her killer's trial.
Food waste from neighbouring suburbs is being added to Milford School's thriving vege garden.
Builders have found a live shell under a house in Birkenhead.
$12.4 million from this year's budget has gone into extending Waitemata DHB's bowel cancer screening pilot, meaning it will run until December 2017.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after his motorbike collided with a car on Auckland's North Shore.
The blocks are falling into place for one ex-pat UK family at Takapuna Library.
Pamphlets telling people how to vote on Takapuna Beach reserve bore council logos.
Caitlin Sheehan is the kind of friend everyone wants to have.
School kids have a lucky escape from an out of control car.
A free vegetable garden specifically for diabetes patients is being driven by a group of teenage girls.
Community worker Jill Nerheny used washing the dishes as her chance to talk to her children.
It's a cold, wet day but the sun is shining on Milford's Senior Citizens Hall.
Cherry Yang is one of only two Kiwis to be accepted into one of the most prestigious art schools in the world.
Is the world ready for Khaos? The hip hop crew from Rosedale are heading to the world championships in August.
Lucy Xie has well and truly brushed up on her local knowledge.
A proud dad was able to share the graduation stage with his daughter, who is following in his footsteps as a scientist.
Donating to causes out of his own pocket is becoming a habit for Dieter Dyck.
Aspiring paralympian Jaden Movold made the most of a brief chat with Prince Harry at the Millennium Institute in Mairangi Bay.
Discovering her 10-month-old had a starfish sticker wedged in his throat for two months was almost a relief for mum Patrice Whelan.
Slow progress on a new reserve is causing parking problems for a nearby school.