One of the country's newest police recruits was born to deaf parents and says signing is his first language.
When Richard Frances-Moore was a milk truck driver he never dreamed he'd be working in the glitzy movie world.
Woman charged with faking cancer and fraudulently fundraising paralysed from "overwhelming stress", lawyer says.
A partnership to help feed families in need has reached its first anniversary and there's no sign of it slowing down.
Army veteran is devastated after a lifetime of memories and honours are stolen.
Around 1400 New Zealand social workers are celebrating National Social Workers' Day today.
A 16-year-old's take on improving youth participation in elections has seen her meet the Governor-General.
A heritage cottage is standing the test of time but help is needed to continue its legacy into the future.
He lost the love of his life in June and now he's looking for someone to help him finish her story.
Happy Valley Honey wants to transform Drury into a food tourism destination with a focus on bees.
Rachel Burge first picked up a bow and arrow about three years ago and she's been shooting for gold ever since.
A small Northland housing trust has built its first set of accessible rental properties in Takanini.
Hundreds of volunteers picked up paintbrushes, spades and pitchforks to help transform a disused park into a vibrant community garden.
A food drive has made students realise the reality of poverty in their own community.
Roselands Lotto shoppers win big two weeks in a row - a couple won $2m and another shopper won $250,000.
Papakura heavyweight Patrick Mailata has been named in the New Zealand boxing squad for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Labour leader David Cunliffe faced a whole spectrum of personalities when he went walkabout in Papakura town.
A huge influx of unwanted kittens is prompting vets to take action by cutting the cost of desexing cats.
A Chorus fault has meant some businesses and homes in Awhitu have had no phone lines since the weekend.
A boy as young as 12 could be behind a series of south Auckland indecent assaults.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?