We are calling all budding photographers, families and friends to email us your best photo taken in Rodney or the Hibiscus Coast this summer.
Mortimer Motorsport saw mixed results in the second round of Castrol BMW Race Driver Series at Manfield.
Gulf Harbour has reached a major Neighbourly.co.nz milestone, topping 500 local members this week.
Northern Arena and its staff celebrated some big wins on the national and international stage this weekend.
Adam Harris takes time off every year from his position as St John North Shore group manager to help coordinate Christmas tree sales for community group fundraisers.
Reflecting on his 50 years in education, retiring Whangaparaoa School principal Steve Collins says his biggest job perk is unlike any other.
A $5 million sea wall proposed for Orewa beach is stirring up debate.
Silverdale retired firefighter Trevor Capon died last Friday at his home in Red Beach. The 81-year-old had retired from volunteering with the Silverdale Fire Brigade's operational support crew earlier this year.
A fisherman's car spent the night in Tindalls Bay after it stuck in sand.
A mass of photographs by Warkworth photographer Tudor Collins of mostly US servicemen and women who stayed in camps during the war has gone on line through the Auckland War Memorial Museum, and people are invited to help identify them.
When an hysterical girl at Piha cried for help Jackson Smith didn't hesitate.
A woman has crush injuries after a ute rolled and dragged her underneath.
Beaming faces and laughs of delight welcomed 68 floats around the streets for the Orewa New World Santa Parade.
Neighbours helped contain a house fire in Stanmore Bay, North Auckland until emergency services arrived.
OPINION: When the time comes to attribute a cause to this weekend's helicopter crash, we must protect lives.
As Phil Goff announces his bid for Auckland's top job, the city's residents tell us what they want from a new mayor.
OPINION: A big modern city needs a big modern public transport system – as Kiwis see overseas.
A massive project aimed at growing and planting 2 million native trees and shrubs in the Atiu Creek Regional Park is underway, but overseas volunteers including students are doing most of the work and paying up to $365 a week to do it.
A fundraising calendar featuring ladies from Evelyn Page Retirement Village wearing costumes from Dancing with the Stars is set to impress.
There were tears and much laughter in the Leigh Hall last Wednesday as marine conservation pioneer Bill Ballantine was farewelled.
Ten big blokes on small bikes finish their 2000km charity ride in Bluff this week.
Police warn motorists that check points will be a regular event coming into the festive season.
Gareth Owston-Doyle's only tramping experience is "a four day walk at school", so he admits the Te Araroa Trail is a big step up.
The end of the road won't be the end of the party at this year's Orewa New World Santa Parade on Saturday.
Breaking her neck after tripping while racing into the surf, Sylvie Mitchell is now back in action for her Orewa surf club.
Being a world class athlete and studying for NCEA is a balancing act for Whangaparaoa windsurfer Lauren Mackenzie.
Carl Hume graduated The School of Medicine at University of Auckland on Monday.
Eight-year-old Oscar Straker from Whangaparaoa Primary School looks forward to playing boccia and football.
The Leigh community is calling for changes to an agreement which has prevented volunteer fire fighters from being alerted to certain medical emergencies in the area.
Police have charged a man over a crash that killed two childhood friends earlier this year.