Opening night before the curtains rise is daunting for most theatre actors.
Students jumped from a moving bus on Monday after the driver failed to drop them off at their designated stops, a parent says.
When Jared Free goes for a walk his father has to ride a bicycle to keep up.
Motorists driving the northwestern motorway during Queen's Birthday weekend will experience detours from road closures.
Lani Gallagher scored the only goal but her premier hockey team might have to replay their "arch-rivals".
Children at Konini School are itching to get their hands dirty working on their local stream.
It may be the start of a new era for the former Palmers garden centre site in West Auckland.
Neighbours of the Titirangi kauri at the centre of protest action say they are victims of retaliatory attacks.
$12.4 million from this year's budget has gone into extending Waitemata DHB's bowel cancer screening pilot, meaning it will run until December 2017.
Cody Redshaw is turning his life around by practising graffiti art in a constructive way.
Part of a mystery about a long-lost war medal from World War I has been solved.
The West family will be back on our television screens from May 31.
David Latimer downloaded images of rape, torture and bestiality on his school computer.
Irene May Brittain just wanted to celebrate her 100th birthday with her children.
When Virginia Budd found out she had lung cancer and the outlook wasn't good she didn't know where to turn.
A former Auckland school principal to be sentenced after pleading guilty to possession of objectionable images.
Auckland Rugby is addressing a junior rugby incident involving parents.
Matthew Gray revisits the story of community campaigner William Laing in this installment of Tales from the Crypt.
Training this week brought three Blues players back to school.
Move aside Kung Fu Panda these young identical twin brothers have got the Chinese martial arts world covered.
A student was allegedly held up with a knife and robbed while waiting to be picked up from school in West Auckland.
A mobile service offering smokefree support is hitting the road to offer advice to people living in West Auckland.
Electric trains on the western line is expected to be rolled out by July 20 says Auckland Transport.
A new memorial stone to remember the life of a soldier who died at Gallipoli will be unveiled in June.
Madison Collis says she loves being part of a unique sport.
Robyn Liddle is the co-manager of an op-shop called The Glory Box in Avondale. In this week's Daily Grind she talks to Rose Rees-Owen about how the Liberty Christian Centre in Avondale set up the shop to help people in need.
Aucklanders must wait a while longer to find out if a controversial weed spray product will continue to be used in their area.
Tame birds are set to become buddies for sick children and families going through tough times.
Linda Hamilton is at her wit's end trying to find a home for her and her three dogs in Auckland.
Politicians have kicked off their world cup year in style with a game in West Auckland.