Keen to put the tragic killings of last year behind them, community groups are working hard to put the love back into Ranui.
Motorists need to be aware that the layout of the northwestern motorway is changing.
The lack of bins in Auckland parks means locals are left picking up the litter, resident says.
Authorities say claims a security guard was assaulted at Westgate in Auckland are false.
The University of Auckland's new model will help to teach and train hospital theatre teams.
A quirky Fringe Festival comedy is tackling the taboo topic of female flatulence.
Train services in Auckland's west have been stopped after a vehicle hit an over bridge.
The phallic resemblance of an art installation has thrust one Auckland suburb into the global limelight.
Young Keshia Uele is giving back to those who helped her with cochlear hearing implants by giving up sugar for a month.
A small rural community has rallied to save an iconic horse race.
Three families, competing in a new DIY TV show, have decided west in best in Auckland.
Soundgarden, Judas Priest and Faith No More are coming to Auckland thanks to the efforts of a 23-year-old "Westie".
Young vandals are targeting Auckland's Avondale Jockey Club specifically, club president says.
A fire has destroyed a garage behind a house in the Auckland suburb of Avondale.
A bereaved dog owner is on a mission to raise awareness about a poisonous berry that killed her pet.
A stage-three cancer sufferer is determined men are aware of the risks of ignoring testicular cancer symptoms.
It would have taken special pliers and two people to force on the docking ring which cost Garfield his leg.
A modern spin on a traditional Filipino dessert scores an Auckland chef a finals spot in competition.
The intersection where a 6-year-old girl was hit by a car is being reviewed by Auckland Transport.
A group of dog enthusiasts will embark on a three-day fundraising hike named after the late Sir Edmund Hillary.
Pensioners in Auckland council units are angry and dismayed at another proposed rent rise.
Generations of TV viewers and theatre goers are mourning the loss of a beloved performer entertained New Zealand for decades.
A US fantasy television series based on books by top selling American author Terry Brooks will by shot in west Auckland.
A $5 million Hindu temple under construction in west Auckland is due for completion by mid year.
Len Gillman is gearing up for a month of constant daylight, flying drones and freezing temperatures.
There's a new community in town and they're on a mission to find more female gamers.
The death of 103-year-old Helena Ataya marks the end of an era for the Corban winemaker family.
Snow fell at a West Auckland primary school last week in honour of a "larger than life" boy.
A movie theatre, a dining precinct and new retail outlets are all part of the $36 million dollar expansion of LynnMall.
New Lynn has 20 traffic signals, nine of them within a 1km stretch of road. Thankfully, one set is about to go.
An Auckland teen has just completed her first novel without letting a soul know what she was up to.
Sports-mad Zak Burgess is dealing with two broken legs after he was hit by a car in West Auckland.
When five German wasps entered a bathroom, one man was soon in a state of panicked nude "swattting".
Comedian Jesse Griffin lives a jolly life with his family out in West Auckland.
Many West Auckland communities are facing more hardship judging by new school decile ratings.
Two popular tourist trains have been stopped in their tracks - and this time it is permanent.
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.
Council's legal high policy commendable but restrictions on sales don't go far enough, deputy chairman says.
His tattoos grace the likes of Sonny Bill, and now Steve Ma Ching's work has been recognised by Creative New Zealand.
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.
Passion, pride and respect. Those three words, the motto of the Glenora Rugby League Club, describe Luke Tipene to a tee, his family says.
Emotional hakas shook the Glenora club rooms today as hundreds farewell Luke Tipene.
As the only polygraph examiner in the North Island, Craig Gubbins' job is to get to the truth of a matter.
Are you happy with the council rates revaluation on your home?