A Westgate worker says the new policy of charging staff $5 per day for parking is "revenue gathering".
The last time the football club was in the NRFL was in 2006.
West Auckland dairy owner snapped for selling single cigarettes at $1.50 each.
Clearer water charges are on the way for landlords and tenants.
A sustainability film competition is a finalist for a national award.
Elizabeth Cui is on the edge of diving at the Olympic Games.
Model making may appear to hail from another generation but it is still for the young at heart.
There was plenty of motivation when the Waitemata premiers rolled Marist 29-5 in front of a home crowd at the weekend.
Seven-year-old Evelyn Turner was sick of hearing her parents complain about the lack of swimming pools in West Auckland. So she decided to do something about it.
Auckland SeniorGold cardholders have been confused by a lack of clarity around the need to register for a public transport HOP card.
Around 238 households remain without electricity as strong winds hammer the city.
Report any sighting of red-eared slider turtles to Auckland Council.
YMCA Massey Leisure Centre recreation manager Denise Yukich gives kids a sense of belonging.
Ranui community constable Luatangi Li is keen to make a difference in Ranui.
A bright yellow 140 tonne lifting gantry called Dennis has completed its 2.5 year stint on Auckland's northwestern motorway.
Two medical research grants have been awarded to young scientists to fund projects focusing on improvement of breast cancer survival rates.
Everyone put on their pink shirt at Massey High School to make a stand against bullying.
Morals watchdog Family First has backed a school's no-cleavage, no-backless-dresses code for their school ball.
"She was all set, I think, to be a future female leader in the Tongan community."
Auckland Police are looking for a Head Hunters gang member who has been recalled to prison
More than 80 clients do classes at the Integrated Neurological Rehabilitation Foundation in Henderson twice weekly.
Dale Buckley and his children prepare for the oldest running off-road racing event in New Zealand.
The use of a controversial chemical to control weeds around Auckland has caused a spat among councillors.
A collage of 10,000 photographs and 1000 personal instant images are just two of the components of a new major art show.
Joseph Stonex dodged imminent danger but sustained fatal injuries as a result
The driver tried to stop the truck with his hands to no avail as it rolled down a hill.
Waitakere City FC is now at the top of division one with Hibiscus Coast punished for fielding an ineligible player.
Groups dedicated to restoring the Manukau Harbour may be eligible for a Mauri o te Moana Award.
A generation of young West Aucklanders are learning to skate at school.