21-year-old Amy-Rose Lynch is hoping a special wig will help her feel confident enough to dance again.
Transgender child Ben Brockwell-Jones finally feels comfortable in his own skin.
Emotional hakas shook the Glenora club rooms today as hundreds farewell Luke Tipene.
Passion, pride and respect. Those three words, the motto of the Glenora Rugby League Club, describe Luke Tipene to a tee, his family says.
OPINION: They are appeals to the heart from one of the world's present scenes of unthinkable violence and death.
The popular Waitakere Festival is in jeopardy thanks to an unexpected $6000 funding cut.
Despite warning signs, people are still bringing their dogs to Whatipu Beach and they're putting dotterels at risk.
Talented performers have pieced together a special production to honour a close friend taken too soon.
Four war medals discovered at a secondhand dealers are believed to have been taken in a burglary.
A seal pup gave would-be rescuers the runaround after finding its way into an Auckland yard.
Shelley Greco talks to West Auckland Budget Service co-ordinator Fiona Snijder about how Kiwis can be smarter with their money.
She moved here when she was six, but the newly-crowned Chanwyn Southgate is now embracing her culture more than ever.
Police got a surprise when they unintentionally discovered a meth lab on a West Auckland property.
Losing three friends to suicide inspired Bronson Price's LP Beginner's Luck.
Reverend Paul Gravelle doesn't remember walking to his parked car after falling from his bike.
Crystal, 9, turned to violent, verbal and physical abuse to deal with emotions after her parents separated.
The GALS choir pride themselves on being inclusive, so its no surprise they welcome heterosexuals.
Surfer Glen Tomes can't remember the exact details of his accident at Piha but he "knew it was pretty bad".
Confusion surrounds the proposed West Auckland public transport network which is currently up for public consultation.
Joy turned to devastation for the Gunstons when pregnant Amy was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Are you happy with the council rates revaluation on your home?