Fans waited eagerly to meet UK TV architect George Clarke at his recent visit to Mitre 10.
Tenants of a west Auckland boarding house have residents on the street living in fear.
A teen rumoured to have slept with another woman's boyfriend suffered an inexplicably brutal attack, court hears.
"It's a really good chance for members of the deaf community to see that, hey, there are members of the emergency community that can sign."
Searchers will scour the windswept west coast of Auckland for a missing swimmer.
Glen Eden is a vibrant community and the local residents' association wants to highlight that.
The Sea Cleaners Trust are pulling out about 90 wheelbarrow loads of rubbish a day out of our waterways.
The director, actor and comic represents the best we can be: "Creative, courageous, audacious, subversive and downright funny."
Sources say Waitakere ward councillor Linda Cooper is the only woman left in the battle for former prime minister John Key's Helensville seat.
An 18-year-old Burger King worker claims she was hit by her boss.
Increased traffic from south Auckland through the Waterview Tunnel may make north-west travel times to the city worse.
Keeping it unique is the name of the game says antique shop owner Ray.
This time last year, Joshua Roberts was 155 kilograms and in a "depressing downward spiral of fatty foods and over sleeping".
West Wave's swimming programme is reaching more school kids in 2017.
Plans for a water treatment plant in a rural heritage suburb of Auckland has locals aghast.
Martin Koroheke was evicted after his state house was found to be contaminated with meth. Now he has nowhere to go.
Cannabis plants with an estimated street value of $3m seized in West Auckland.
Auckland won't make up its housing shortfall unless there are changes in construction, the city's mayor says.
The Whau River will come alive with boats and "little surprises" along the way on March 4.
The country's fourth largest water treatment plant was built in 1929 and now needs replacing.
A study on Maori mental health is aiming to find the best ways to support the west Auckland Maori community.
Rob Kipa-Williams helped to build the Sky Tower. Now the actor is starring in a TV series.
The surf got bigger and bigger - "or better and better, depending on who you're talking to" - as the day went on.
She stole nearly half a million dollars from her school, then spent it on clothes and overseas trips.
TV personality Hayley Holt is running for the Helensville seat in the election this year.
Residents said the grim walls of Ranui don't reflect the spirit of the community, so the local teenagers decided to do something about it.
Maori wanting a marae on prime Auckland park land say it's time promises are kept and land is handed over.
Forget mince and cheese - try a Kiwi-Kazakh chicken and potato pie in Glendene.
One of West Auckland's busiest roads has reopened after it was closed by a gas leak.
More world champions are wanted at Massey Archery Club.