Social media use by political parties is a step in the right direction to engage youth, student says.
Auckland's wait for speedy public travel continues as council comes to grips with northwestern busway project.
22-year-old dog Daisy is more than 135 human years old, quite a feat from stray beginnings.
Massey kitesurfer Kent McNish is looking to go one better than last year's four-hour journey to Great Barrier Island for charity.
A Piha surf club member will travel to Gallipoli in April for the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landings.
New Lynn has the highest concentration of traffic lights in Auckland and more signals are coming its way.
Cigarettes have been the target of a recent crime spree stretching across west and north Auckland.
The Whau Coastal Walkway Project has been formed to put focus back into a "neglected" area.
Public safety is again top of the agenda after yet another violent death in West Auckland.
Couple say their new apartment is uninhabitable thanks to internal pillars they weren't warned about.
Principals still struggle to see how the new 'Investing in Educational Success' policy will work in schools.
A fascination for spiders saw reporter Julian Raethel lock in a date with a large arachnid.
Sir Bob Harvey's biography Wild Westie: The Incredible Life of Bob Harvey is released today.
Contemporary dance company Black Grace is in the lineup for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time.
Defending healthy kauri and classifying dieback disease as an official pest top the city's environmental to-do list.
"One day everyone will be a stranger." The words of Warren Portsmouth's doctor left him shattered.
National figures indicate Taser use has increased across the country, yet Waitemata officers are reaching for the Taser less.
By purchasing a humble takeaway coffee in Oratia, West Aucklanders can help support the ongoing development of an orphanage in India.
Former All Black Michael Jones established the Village Community Services Trust to give youth focus and ambition.
Five babies were born at Waitakere Hospital on the first day of Matariki, a festival which celebrates new life.
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