Antony Clark is the director and designer for Your Decal Shop in Henderson. He talks about working with his partner Jess Cattroll and the design process.
Free self-defence taster course are being offered around Auckland.
Kayaking pair were winched from mud after their boat got stuck.
A mouse hunt turned into a family tragedy when little Victor Storey Pickens fell from a hay loft one Saturday afternoon in September 1912.
An award-winning photographer is giving Kiwis the opportunity to walk the streets of Jerusalem through a new exhibition.
Teen accused of sexually violating and murdering woman named as 19-year-old Jaden Lee Stroobant.
Amy Gunston, who found out she had cancer while pregnant with her second-born, has died.
The public has made hundreds of calls to police with information about the 40-year-old Tracey Ann Patient cold case.
A new sports tournament aims to promote inclusion for all, regardless of gender identity or sexuality.
Robert Taylor wants to unlock the mystery of maths with his classes, Arithmetic for Adults.
A record-setting eighth wicket partnership sees the Auckland Hearts into a home final.
Nine West Auckland trees now look safe from the chop.
Angela Smith has witnessed three crashes at a dangerous intersection - one she was involved in.
A parent wants action after his young daughter left school unnoticed, but the principal says "schools aren't cages".
A youth development programme celebrated a successful year with its graduation ceremony.
It's the start of a healthier lifestyle for Fiona Hedges.
Impaled dolls' heads, body parts, Darth Vader - there's no white picket fence for these Aucklanders.
It takes only five seconds for a young creative Henderson duo to gain a stranger's trust.
It's a good time to be hitting the water in west Auckland.
The community is once again rallying to remember Luke Tipene.
When George Ward had an idea in his head he made it happen.
Raewynn Robertson has been the local history librarian at Auckland Libraries West Auckland Research Centre for more than a decade.
When singer Sammy Johnson looks in the mirror he knows he is Maori. But until he moved to New Zealand from Australia, he had not known what that really meant.
A man who left his estate to charity also asked that his grave be looked after in years to come. But not everything panned out as he had hoped.
Her job has been done, now Alice the tunnel boring machine is ready to ship out of Auckland.
Accident hotspot State Highway 16 is under fire.
Most 74-year-olds would love to be feeling young, chasing a ball around the back garden with the grandkids.
Marty Spear has been the Henderson Community Constable for just over one year "and what a year that was".
Waitakere United bounce back from humiliating defeat in style against Southern.
Climbing the stairs for a month is an easy price to pay to help raise funds for a worthy charity.