Immigrant worker wins more than $40,000 after working 105 days with only two days off.
TVNZ's Jeanette Thomas and TV3's Trudi Nelson are obsessively preparing for the Sky Tower Stair Challenge.
Proposed $10 million spending over three years on sealing Rodney roads is a "step in the right direction", Rodney councillor Penny Webster says.
Owners win case against Auckland Council in NZ's biggest leaky building award.
A new scheme to create linking "greenways" within Wellsford could also help answer several ongoing problems for residents.
A move to fund volunteer libraries on a regular basis is being promoted by Rodney Local Board deputy chairman Steve Garner.
Three men with previous links to Auckland Transport and the former Rodney District Council have been charged in relation to allegations of bribery and corruption worth more than $1 million.
Photos of his daughter are the key motivators for a young man paralysed following a freak pool accident.
Surfing legend Daniel Kereopa is turning to crowd funding online so he can represent New Zealand at two major world surfing events.
Warkworth School has lost sports equipment, toilets and a store room after fire ripped through a school building.
It is only a matter of time before a child is killed at an Auckland intersection where drivers are running red lights, parents say.
Thanks to club links Hibiscus Coast AFC will be hosting the Uruguay U-20 World Cup team for training ahead of the tournament.
Jenny Kelly grew up thinking her granddad Ephraim Brooke died a hero in the Gallipoli campaign.
Policeman who shot a shark in a bid to retrieve the body of a swimmer it had killed says his first bullets disintegrated as they hit the water.
Flight lieutenant Richard Lambert is not remembered for his role in The Dam Busters, but if you see a plane in the movie, he was probably flying it.
A lightning strike was too close for comfort for one Kaukapakapa family.
Police are looking for Robert Austin who is alleged to have assaulted two fishermen at the Ti Point wharf.
They didn't nab the $100,000 grand prize, but Our First Home contestants the Wardlaws have enough to start searching for a new home.
North Auckland was thrust into the global spotlight as a local TV drama picked up an international award.
Police are looking for 59-year-old Larry Patterson from Matakana. He has been missing overnight. Larry is of European descent and is believed to be driving a white 1999 Holden station wagon, registration YH9914. If you know of Larry's location or have seen the vehicle phone Warkworth police, 09 425 8109.
Murdoch Finlayson was one of only two from the 124 men in 11th North Auckland Mounted Rifles to survive beyond Battle for Hill 60.
Wasps cost us about $130 million annually, but their days may be numbered following the success of poison bait trials.
As the dream of buying a house in Auckland seemed further out of reach, one couple looked to relocation instead.
A woman was trapped for about 30 minutes between a boat and wharf after stepping off her yacht and slipping.
A sea wall could be the best long-term solution to deal with erosion at a north Auckland beach.
If you're a surfer or boatie, data from the new Hauraki Gulf buoy could make looking for the best break much easier.
As traffic builds from midday onward, it becomes all too clear that Easter is here.
Excuses for getting off school don't get much better than 14-year-old Riley Hathaway's from Snells Beach.
Police are seeking help from the public to locate a Palmerston North girl believed to be hiding in Auckland.
Auckland family's horror after their cat was trapped,shot and stuck in the freezer.