Little Tyler Dale must be one of the youngest donors to support a fire brigade.
The gifting of nearly 200 hectares of northern coastal land to the Auckland Council for a park is welcomed by many.
Bigger storms and frequent king tides may change Auckland's coastline and affect how communities live.
Archaeologists at a site in northern Auckland have excavated skeleton thought to be over 100 years old.
The marriage of two NZ weightlifters in Glasgow was the icing on their Commonwealth Games cake.
Rodney MP Mark Mitchell is likely to take legal action over Nicky Hager's book.
A father and daughter duo want to educate kids on coastal waters and hope to get their DVD into schools.
A thief with a hankering for steak and cheese swiped four pies off a bakery counter before running off.
Surfing legend Daniel Kereopa has moved to Orewa and has big plans for the summer.
Climate change adaption architect Bernd Gundermann has presented a very different vision for Auckland.
Tracey Allan had never seen an episode of MKR before close friend Neil Gussey asked her to audition with him.
A bit of concern for your fellow neighbour is the essential element needed to become a Victim Support volunteer.
A near miss with a train at a level crossing happens every three days on average. And the northern line through Rodney is one of the worst in the country.
After eight years of campaigning, Manly residents are celebrating the axing of a giant gum tree.
Veteran journalist Pat Booth is pleased police admit, in part, that evidence may have been planted in Crewe murders.
Trevor England knew he was having a bad day when he woke up in hospital with no recollection of how he got there.
A dispute between neighbours over bees has hobby keepers worried they will need resource consent to keep hives.
It took the scent of a possum to get Archie 30-metres up a tree. It took a cherry picker to get the dog down.
Hibiscus Coast residents want a 24-hour medical service in place, but Health Board says current system working.
A strange object spotted in the sky over Auckland last night still has residents scratching their heads.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?