Newshub journalist thrown into car's windscreen, the impact breaking her leg and killing her horse.
The man is in custody after allegedly driving the wrong way up an Auckland motorway.
Maori singer songwriter launches album in time for inaugural Maori music month - August.
Established political figures with party backgrounds running as independents in local elections has become a source of criticism.
Broken bottles, public urination and parties starting at 2.30am on Takapuna suburban streets in Auckland.
Funny, imaginative and with a tinge of outrageousness - the best of Kaipatiki's young film-makers have been crowned at a special awards and screening ceremony.
There have allegedly been three incidents in six weeks of a man exposing himself to young girls in a North Shore suburb.
In honour of the school's upcoming reunion, primary school students were transported to 1876 to get a taste of school 150 years ago.
One of Auckland's worst traffic bottleneck's will get a business solution in Feb 2017.
Ethan Scharneck, 13, brought home four medals from the World Championships of Performing Arts.
Young voters have housing on their mind as an issue in the upcoming local elections.
High school students are finding their voice through a spoken word poetry competition.
Members of the North Shore Men's Shed have built an extension to cope with their growing family.
Commuters could save $20 or more a week with new transport zones.
A GP claims fellow general practitioners are best placed to make health board decisions.
Police were called to a beach on Sunday morning.
Operation Neptune is on its way to the Bruce Mason Centre.
With $96 million allocated to Local Boards, communities should have a say in who spends it.
Almost 30 fire stations around Auckland and looking for volunteers to join their brigades.
A family of singers has returned home with an impressive medal collection after competing at an international performing competition in the United States.
A pharmacist warned not to give an addict drugs did so anyway - with deadly consequences.
A Pakistani school has connected with an Auckland school in an international celebration of peace.
"It would bring in an artificially high number of kids", said residents of quiet Auckland cul-de-sac who battled a developer's plans.
The $1 million Takapuna Beach Playground had its long-anticipated official opening with thousands of excited kids.
Josie Galbraith can't open jars, slice food, or walk very far, all because of a muscle condition she has been living with for 18 years.
"You can either choose to be the victim in life or you can choose to get on with it."
With shops selling suits for less than Frank Casey Suit Hire could hire them out for, the landmark store was forced to close.
The concert at the Dorothy Winstone Centre will feature two illustrious Mumbai based artists.
An Auckland teen collected 95 backpacks to give to refugees so they could have something to call their own.
Depot Artspace addresses suicide in the community with a collaborative publication.