Jasjit Bedi is calling for action after a string of attacks has left his family afraid to go outside.
A idyllic country cafe set just a kilometre away from grid-locked motorway traffic is up for a major award.
Seeing beauty in the everyday has won Conor Clarke, Auckland Council's artist in residence, a prestigious prize.
Rainbow's End has been named Auckland youth employer of the year.
Dogs will don their glad rags for a dress-up day with a difference.
Bringing runners home is a must for Redhill Rocketz in their softball clash against Southern Pioneers.
Redhills, Papakura has a world champion.
Bruce Pulman Park will host the secondary schools' touch nationals for another year at least.
Papakura are confident they have the fire-power to tame Manukau in their one-day cricket match on November 28.
Music and dance is taking to the stage for a festive celebration.
Curious Aucklanders now have a better understanding where their tap water comes from.
Anne, a retired teacher, enjoys the activities Papakura has to offer.
The security of Auckland's water supply reaches a milestone with the Hunua 4 pipeline.
People packed Manukau Square on November 25 for the Counties Manukau White Ribbon Day.
idz Kingdom at Rainbow's End took out the prestigious 2015 IAAPA Top FEC of the World Award at a ceremony in Florida earlier today.
Dare to Unlock the Secret is this year's free Dare to Explore summer reading programme at Auckland Libraries for children aged 5-13.
A grieving widow has been dealt another blow after keepsakes vanished from her husband's grave.
Pasifka people will get to pay their own tributes to Mangere's favourite son at a special event on Saturday.
Labour MP Phil Goff has confirmed he will stand for Auckland mayor in next year's election.
Three of nine new Special Housing Areas planned for the super-city are in South Auckland.
David and Angela Hydes have devoted the past decade to raising other people's children.
The sun is out, which means people are preparing the garden.
Up to $40,000 will be spent to remove asbestos from a well-used South Auckland building.
Forty candles glowed in a South Auckland church to remember the all too short life of rugby great Jonah Lomu.
Beautiful blooms will be on their best behaviour this weekend.
So much has been said about the passing of Jonah Lomu.
Ten per cent of New Zealanders will have a seizure during their lifetime, while 1-2 per cent will be diagnosed with epilepsy.
Ararimu Women's Institute members celebrated friendships and support with a trip to Woodlands Homestead in Gordonton.
Supporting struggling families and fundraising for the disabled is the driving force of a charity group celebrating years of service.
A large rock wall will soon be constructed to combat erosion at Karaka Harbourside.