The Ministry of Education is undertaking a series of overseas recruitment drives to alleviate the teacher shortage in Auckland.
Eight new science projects kick off in South Auckland programme.
Counties Manukau Health's new clinical laboratory will be open by the end of the year.
Manurewa Cosmopolitan Club members have got behind Jammies in June.
The country's favourite Christmas party is looking for new stars to perform.
Almost half of NZ's Pacific teenagers and a third of Maori are living in poverty, a study claims.
A new alternative education hub has just opened at MIT.
Counties Manukau Health is helping to improve medical outcomes for Pacific people by video.
A costume drama has been resolved after theatre members were left scrambling to save hundreds of outfits.
South Auckland sports teams are losing game time and morale as their grounds are vandalised.
The Steel Blacks are counting their blessings after their gridiron international against American Samoa.
Ganesh Khedekar is aiming to win at the word's biggest culinary exhibition.
Gerald Hemi is riding around Karaka on a two-wheeled device.
Loughlin Mosen is writing for a good cause.
The Te Pou Matakana conference held in Auckland was a huge success for those delivering and driving the Whanau Ora kaupapa.
Being on the fringe of the hot Auckland property market didn't stand in the way of Harveys Papakura carrying away some big awards.
This week's Thanks a Bunch goes to Papakura mum Anya Smith.
Papakura students got to explore future job options with the free Careers Coach.
The Big Band Supper Dance is featuring music from swing to pop.
A women's rugby league clash is the game to be at this weekend.
Papakura City's looking to stave off relegation.
Ardmore Marist are a team on the rise in Auckland premier women's rugby.
Bombay are odds on favourites to win Counties Manukau club rugby's McNamara Cup for the third year running.
Talk about a mixed bag for my Vodafone Warriors in Perth.
Papatoetoe U3A recently celebrated its 20th anniversary at the Manurewa Cosmopolitan Club.
Vance and Jasmine McPhee are on a mission to feed the hungry.
Clayton Park School in Wattle Downs will undergo a $14.5 million revamp.
Abandoned shopping trolleys plucked from polluted waterways are being given new purpose.
As part of their 50th anniversary they have announced that 19 South Auckland school teachers and principals have received funding towards professional development as part of their $150,000 scholarship programme.