Julian Currin talks about the long hours and his exotic travels while on the job as a freelance film editor.
The deputy mayor arrives at work calm and collected, thanks to her new e-bike.
Being a new dad prompts a basketball star to front a fundraising campaign.
Church pastor Andy Shudall says hearing people have a lot to gain from the deaf community.
The camping experience will make Muriwai even more of a drawcard.
New Zealand's top scholar is planning on getting stuck into solving the problem of climate change.
With a smile on her face and a bounce in her step Maddison Giles is ready to face the big wide world after months of cancer treatment.
The cause of Frank Tercel's death was not quite as obvious as it first seemed.
A family of three have not had to empty their kitchen rubbish bin for the past two months.
Frenchmen's open letter begs Bethells Beach thieves to return world-trip souvenirs.
NZ motorcyclists are rallying to highlight the dangers of median barriers that can cut a rider to pieces.
Two youths appear in court over an alleged Tinder-related stabbing.
A stolen shed used to store donations at St Dominic's School has been replaced.
A Titirangi woman who encountered childhood abuse wants to use her past to support others.
A women's family mistook her frantic signals for help from the water as friendly waves.
"Give others and me a chance to fight this disease. Fund these drugs, please.''
BMX rider Michael Bias will represent New Zealand in the world champs as an Elite rider.
A major fog bank that settled over parts of Auckland, disrupting ferries and traffic, has broken up.
Entries are now open for the annual Hobsonville Pt Runway Challenge.
When a shark the size of a surfboard sunk its teeth into his foot, Elliot Paerata-Reid knew exactly what to do.
Helping women to identify potential forms of domestic violence is made easier with a new app.
Pair charged over west Auckland stabbing of man they met on Tinder.
Some of West Auckland's best commerce and economics students jumped into a business boot camp over the school holidays.
The premier women's football team are hoping to get points on the board this weekend.
It takes real bravery to front up to the start line when the world around you is blurry.
The couple open up about juggling entertainment schedules with raising a family.
Gareth St John Thomas started Exisle Publishing 25 years ago in Titirangi. He speaks to chief reporter Simon Smith about the business.
Profits from alcohol sales and gambling machines are buying every West Auckland household a free toolkit.
A primary school's sculpture that won a major award is now on public display.
A shared walking and cycling pathway will provide a continuous route from New Lynn into the city.