After three years of travel, Dan "The Hangman" Hooker returns home to teach kickboxing students.
"If you bury your head in the sand and say 'I couldn't do it', well the children would still be out there."
Consents for the $700 million Northern Corridor Improvement project on Auckland's North Shore will be decided by a Board of Inquiry.
One-year-old rushed to hospital after being hit by a car in Makarau, north of Auckland.
Hibiscus Coast Raiders were the standout performers at the ARL NInes but just fell in the final.
Award-winning performances from Coast Swim Club's junior swimmers have impressed the coaches.
An X-ray on Flash uncovered something sinister - he had been shot weeks earlier.
Bad habits crept back into Gendi's life and she put on weight. Now, she's vowing to get fit again - the healthy way.
A secondary school national robotics championship has been taken out by a robot dubbed 'Janet'.
Youngest ever qualifying teen strives to meet senior standards.
Being named for a Hollywood award is a small dessert on top of a meal of work that took him top for Masaki Mitchell.
A study in the fairness of fuel prices will determine if petrol users are being ripped off at the pump.
The house in Warkworth was well ablaze when fire crews arrived.
Red Beach surfer Thomas Kibblewhite returned to the winners podium for the second straight national event.
Cosy relationship between contractor and council employee in Auckland ends behind bars.
Turning Auckland street lighting to low energy LED's in suburban areas is well under way but are they too bright?
The sound a Waitemata Hunt hound makes will make your neck hairs stand up, huntsman Nigel Tracey says.
Auckland Council defers Yachting New Zealand's application for $3 million, citing lack of information.
It looked like home building on Auckland's North Shore nosedived, but the figures didn't show the whole picture.
Albany has found its place in the sun as a real estate hot spot.
Mixed opinions cause a stir for Rodeo.
Murder-accused says he saw demons coming out of his long-time friend's chest.
The device revolution in schools is here to stay, but what do our principals have to say about it?
For the past forty years auto-mechanic owner Frank Pronk has been into VWs.
An incident where a vehicle appeared to follow an Orewa College student while they walked home has been reported to police.
Freedom campers in Auckland now have a lot more choice as to where they pitch their tent.
Puppy walking is a tough job but somebody's got to do it.
The Auckland Youth Orchestra is bringing its free concert series to Orewa this weekend.
"When an emergency occurs time is of the essence, so the helicopter is vital to helping surf lifesavers to successfully carry out their role."
An unknown man allegedly exposed himself to a woman and then attacked.