An autopsy has confirmed the death of a woman found in a car on Thursday was not suspicious.
Construction of the new $26 million Manukau bus station should be finished by the second half of 2017.
Holden is on a drive to find New Zealand's next Ryan Fox or Lydia Ko.
Musical trio Sol3 Mio will give a special performance to raise funds for Variety - The Children's Charity.
Wanted: Singing stars aged 7-18.
A woman's body was found in a car outside a South Auckland house just before midday.
Kitarah the pitbull-lab cross helped her owner get through a night alone in the bush.
A new shuttle bus is being be trialled between South Auckland hospital sites.
Prominent Scottish bagpiper Angus J.MacColl is getting ready to perform in South Auckland.
Teenage history buffs are encouraged to enter an essay competition on the subject of war.
Young designers and chefs are invited to enter this year's Eye on Nature competitions.
New tracking bracelets are being trialled at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital after a newborn was abducted in 2014.
Flava FM breakfast host gets behind this month's Heart Foundation appeal, knowing all too well the effects of heart disease.
Free self-defence taster course are being offered around Auckland.
After their affair was exposed, two lovers nearly decapitated the woman's husband.
What a fantastic week. It was unbelievable.
The Schwenkes are feeling challenged in their third week of training for Ports of Auckland Round the Bays.
The pious life of a spiritual missionary may not be to everyone's taste but for a new member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community, it's his calling.
I first went to Waitangi in 1984 on what was known as the "Hikoi ki Waitangi".
There's a new cop on the job in one of the police district's highest posts.
Lily knows exactly what it's like to do it tough.
A battle-ready soldier is part of a cenotaph highlighted as "notable" in a recent study.
The past 12 months has been the "year from hell" for Sally French.
This weekend was the most weather-hit of the year.
Waiuku Zero Waste has partnered with Wiri Prison to help restore lawn mowers.
Young players enjoyed tackling drills and kicking skills with the stars of rugby league.
Papakura's former mayor David Buist reckons the town still has its own special identity.
This week's Thanks a Bunch goes to Papakura Counties Care Accident and Medical Clinic receptionist Ella Comley. She's been nominated by Cheyenne Hona who writes:
A remote township is celebrating the arrival of high speed internet for the first time.
Its regulars describe it as their favourite summer festival.