Thrusts, lunges, beats and parries. The gym at Massey High School is filled with the clanking of swords as it hosts the youth national fencing championships this week.
Elderly woman rescued from her car after driving on top of two vehicles in a carpark.
A concerned citizen took up the job of traffic controller during a power cut in West Auckland.
A man who lost both his legs in a horrific explosion four years ago is taking on the New York marathon.
Police seeking man after he cut off monitoring bracelet and fled.
Juliet Furness talks to reporter Eva Corlett about working as an acting and voice coach.
Children living in a West Auckland beach community are joining the fight for their piece of paradise.
A town clock which is a lasting legacy to New Lynn's brick manufacturing history is down for repairs.
War memorial monuments are being recorded by Heritage New Zealand in the year of the centennial anniversary of WWI.
Paint or dye is likely to be the cause behind a pollution incident in Massey.
Monique Knight is taking a lighter look at depression.
Wayne Cotton has a sharp mind but his body is slowly shutting down.
Changes to the Resource Management Act (RMA) means the vast majority of trees on private urban properties are no longer protected.
Josh Vaughan is encouraging people to get into their Spring cleaning and donate pre-loved goods to hospice.
He avoided the school debating team because of his stammer, but Dave Tomu is now an award-winning public speaker.
Florence O'Brien's legacy is commemorated at her grave site in Waikumete cemetery.
Condoms, toliet paper and tampons are not items you would expect to find at a public park.
A family with six ancestors killed in tragic circumstances has received an apology from the Henderson RSA✓ over a communication breakdown.
Chief reporter Simon Smith asks Ian Hebblethwaite about running Black Sands Brewing Company, West Auckland's only commercial brewery.
Subsidies are available for residents within the west coast lagoon catchment area to upgrade their sewage systems.
A tongue-in-cheek performance that appeals to kids and adults is coming to Glen Eden.
A little mouse with a big following has returned to Titirangi for fresh adventures.
Six kokako birds have been released into the Waitakere Ranges just in time for spring breeding.
Meet Titirangi's new community constable, William Flapper.
Sports reporter Simon Smith asks swimmer Phillip Ryan about competing in the open water and his plans to be the first in the sport to represent New Zealand at the Olympics.
Decorated World War II veteran and heavily involved community man Jack Riddell has died.
Two determined bidders drove the price of 6 St Margaret Place to 89 per cent above CV.
Fathers will have free entry to the Little Muddy Creek Rogaine this Sunday.
A lack of strike power has seen Waitakere City's premier football side sent down to division one.
Adrian 'Jackpot' Lewis etched his name into New Zealand history on a dramatic night of darts.