Police said he cut off his home detention bracelet and has gone on the run.
Two semi-finals, two victories for West Auckland's Premier rugby clubs as both Suburbs and Waitemata have advanced to their respective finals.
Dog owners on the Te Atatu Peninsula are being told they have the wrong end of the stick.
Anant Jawalkar, 62, runs Glen Eden Drycleaners with his wife Vandana. Reporter Simon Smith asks him about the ins and outs of dry cleaning.
He survived an attack by a hired-assasin in Iran, was robbed in Cambodia and escaped the drug mafia in the Philippines.
"We need intensification. We also need big trees and vegetation to mitigate the environmental and social pressures of more of us living closer."
Glen Eden Intermediate School made the honours table after it raised a significant amount for World Vision.
Monique Sylva and her family shared tears of joy after moving into a brand new social housing home in Henderson.
If you see kids playing on a brown sports field then relax – it's likely not sprayed with weed-killer.
A high speed chase in west Auckland ended with police dogs nabbing the occupants of a stolen car.
The Whau Local Board chairperson Catherine Farmer says the tree was taken out by an Auckland Transport contractor truck.
Hobsonville Primary School students will have to cross six lanes of traffic to get to school after Auckland Transport re-designed the road outside, transport advocates say.
Many new homes in Hobsonville have missed out on their recycle bins due to council using old data for its delivery list.
West Auckland artist has been selected to display his sculpture as part of the 2017 Headland Sculpture on the Gulf.
"There is something special about the taste and texture of a good Pinot Noir. It is my favourite wine. Although, I must say chardonnay is pretty nice too."
A young all-rounder cricketer is lucky enough to be the 15th player to be offered an Auckland Aces contract.
World War II is in progress, in 1945 Germany collapses and three months later Japan surrenders, von Randow's family is directly affected.
"There is no excuse just because a school is low decile to underachieve."
The call to arms for pyjamas will see hundreds of children keep warm this winter.
Luke Tipene didn't even want to be at the party where he was stabbed and killed.
Families of two teens cried as a jury found one guilty of the other's manslaughter.
Oddie, the much-loved Hobsonville Marina ferry cat, has been killed in a dog attack.
A new football tournament will give west Auckland's melting pot of ethnicity a chance to shine.
Claim that wheel clampers are damaging Auckland suburb's reputation.
Killing of promising league player murder or mistake?
A small Avondale business has had its honey crowned the best in New Zealand.
Defence says Crown case against Vincent Skeen falls well short of the high bar needed to convict him of murder.
Campaigners against glyphosate are concerned a new review will justify the chemical's "extensive use" across Auckland.
When the Fukushima nuclear disaster happened in 2011 Jessica Ellis was still at art school.
The money to solve coastal erosion at Huia Domain has been approved.