Seventeen people suffering effects of synthetic cannabis were brought into Waitakere Hospital over the course of five days.
The head coach and technical director of Waitakere United have stepped down.
A deaf blind family has been burgled just a month out from Christmas.
A new dog agility park will be opened in Corban Reserve this December.
An upcycling project isn't just about reducing the waste going to landfill.
Heavyweight champion Joseph Parker visited Royal Rd Primary School.
A promising young athlete comes to grief on an inner city road in today's Tales From the Crypt
Find out what makes the top YMCA gym instructor the best in her field.
Shaye Kent is giving another family the Christmas they deserve by collecting gifts for those who would go without.
Signs made by school children are kicking off a campaign to get people to recycle more.
Jayden Daniels has gone from the stage to Shortland Street and back again.
Take a look into outer space while helping a couple of worthy charities this Christmas.
An historical claim over a valuable chunk of Auckland land will be heading to the Supreme Court.
Auckland City's largest annual community event- the Farmers Santa Parade- starts at a new time of 1pm on November 29.
An Auckland festive favourite shimmers in a detailed tinsel light for Peter Taylor.
A teen remains in a serious condition and police hope she "pulls through" after nearly drowning at Piha.
A ratepayers and resident association has had to shut down to begin again.
Young Stirling McNeill was up bright and early on November 22 for a day he'll never forget.
Equestrian sport is tough with not only the competition to worry about but your own steed as well. Sports reporter Simon Smith talks with Tehran Aspin about her love of horses.
Gymnast Ariana Salaivao has cleaned up in Australia in her first international competition.
It was a classic love story of boy meets girl that enticed actress Cian Elyse White to go from the small screen to the stage.
The man who brought the sound of folk music to West Auckland has died.
A teen gave himself the fright of his life walking in front of horses in a race to fetch a wayward cricket ball.
The use of chemical spraying has increased out west following a council decision to "harmonise" service levels.
An artwork made by people who've experienced grief has been gifted to Hospice West Auckland.
Have your say on how Auckland Council should deal with pests and weeds.
Backyard cricketer runs on to track at Avondale Racecourse in the middle of a race.
Titirangi resident Renee Annan wants action taken to address climate change.
New yellow toy ambulances are ready to roll out the door for a good cause.
A man instrumental in getting The Trusts Arena built has received a special accolade.