South Auckland man allegedly caught out when his worried partner called the station.
New rules aim to make sure pedestrians and drivers are not affected by signs around Auckland.
Their goal is to nourish hungry souls.
Le Noir - The Dark Side of Cirque is on at The Civic from October 28 and we've got tickets to get you and a friend there for free.
A man who helped kidnap a newborn from Middlemore Hospital will be sentenced next month.
Two bag snatches just days and metres apart have led Counties Manukau police to issue a safety warning.
South Auckland trainee teacher claims she was sacked for her "European values system."
What an unbelievable experience. A try at the death to level the score and a sideline conversion to give the Cowboys their first ever NRL title – you could not script it.
Maori women leadership support Chris Brown.
The Stingrays are the bridesmaids of rugby league's national youth championships once again.
Counties Manukau Heat face Wellington in the semifinal of the women's national provincial rugby championship on Saturday.
The support a young refugee received is fuelling her to give back to her adopted country.
Pillars aims to increase its mentoring service tenfold over the next five years.
A man has been arrested following an Armed Offenders Squad stand-off in south Auckland on Wednesday morning.
After 47 years, the Otahuhu Power Station has closed its doors.
Anyone who has ever been transported by the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter is invited to attend the Rescue Reunion at Mechanics Bay on October 18.
Tana Umaga's last game in charge at Counties Manukau is on October 10.
A top-notch facility is breathing new life into Ardmore's air training corps.
Papakura open the defence of Counties Manukau club cricket's twenty/20 championship against Weymouth and Pukekohe-Metro on October 10.
The scalpels are being sharpened at SPCA Auckland.
The Auckland Botanic Gardens now have an "amazing" collection thanks to the life's work of an enthusiast.
About 32,000 people flocked to Mangere Bridge for the annual Ambury Farm Day.
An Auckland woman walked the Great Wall of China to celebrate beating breast cancer.
Cyclists have taken to the streets in an effort to confront human trafficking.
A beloved Auckland dog poisoned by 1080 "didn't die in vain".
Bus lane fines are on the rise as city officials introduce 24/7 bus corridors.
A new law will give local authorities more powers to deal with public transport users who don't pay.
The breast cancer challenge is still enormous.
Mayor Len Brown has welcomed a Government funding boost which will help battle Auckland's emergency housing crisis.
Another Serco-run private prison under fire after allegations serious assaults go unreported.