A group of night burglars are stealing staging furniture from vacant homes for sale in West Auckland.
Glenora Bears stand-off Aaron Booth must be well used to taking the stage at the Auckland Rugby League awards.
Around 150 apartments will be built at the site of the Avondale RSA.
Project K is looking for mentors to be matched with 13 to 15-year-olds to help them realise their potential.
It’s been a long swim for a New Zealand fur seal pup discovered at Muriwai Beach.
Author Joyce Mitchell will become a centenarian on Wednesday .
A major housing development in New Lynn is set to tackle Auckland's housing shortage.
Three Avondale College students have achieved top 10 placings in the world finals of the Microsoft Office Specialist championships.
A group of tourism students, including some who have never left Auckland, are off to a flying start.
Jessie Mills lives with her husband Chris in Green Bay. The tech-savvy 25-year-old is the creator of the YouTube channel Nailed It NZ. She talks to reporter Rose Rees-Owen about making nail art video tutorials and getting paid in a digital environment.
Jason Raiwhara is one of about 35 people sleeping rough on the streets of West Auckland.
A woman who dedicated much of her life to community service has died.
A majority of people want to see the former Palmers garden centre in Glen Eden turned into a retail development.
A talented dozen of young West Auckland athletes are being given a helping hand.
Patience is needed with major roadworks around Westgate expected to finish by next month.
A singing, dancing, music-making contingent from the West is dominating a city-wide performing arts competition.
A new SMART Approach flight path trial is set to begin.
Nominate a lucky youngster for a boat cruise they'll never forget.
Former Maori party co-leader Pita Sharples has been knighted.
It's the news supporters of a Wurlitzer organ didn't want to hear.
Nadia Lim will launch her latest book at her former school, Avondale College.
Police have arrested and charged a 31-year-old man after the Armed Offenders Squad was called to West Auckland.
Flower enthusiasts and novices alike can experience the plethora of orchid varietals at the Waitakere Orchid Club's annual spring show.
The introduction of disability rugby league into New Zealand has been a success, its organisers say.
With the Southern Bowl coming to the country next year, interest in American football is picking up. Sports reporter Simon Smith sat down with the Western Wolves' offensive captain to discuss the sport.
Father and daughter ocean explorers are coming to West Auckland to share their adventures.
Just a few hundred tickets left as heavy hitters of world darts arrive in Auckland for debut event.
It was a battle to the end, but Kelston Boys High School couldn't quite make it two years in a row.
Wilson the Australian water dragon has been found - but how he ended up in Whangarei is anyone's guess.
If the past is anything to go on then Tauhir Toyer has a bright future in basketball.