Groovit Pukekohe has made a splash in international dance waters.
At just five years of age, Lily Fuller-Sandys has overcome a lifetime of challenges.
A local building owner is seeking an injunction after learning Pukekohe's planned traffic lights will require the removal of 13 carparks outside his building.
Pukekohe commuters who catch the train will have to find somewhere else to park their cars.
Firefighters search charred rural property to see if there are any people inside.
Pukekohe's newest sporting facility is officially open for business.
Young Waiuku vet nurse concerned about drivers purposely mowing down ducks on roads.
A generous bequest of $25,000 has been made to Franklin St John Ambulance.
Favourite holiday destination Camp Adair has been recognised at the New Zealand Recreation Association Outdoor Awards.
A Pukekohe dental team has a new way to treat the common condition known as tongue-tie.
Laura Langman's Netfit Netball New Zealand Tour is coming to Franklin.
The Pukekohe Hot Rod Club is inviting the public for a spin in a hot rod to help raise funds for Franklin Hospice.
Sarah Whyte and Siyanna Yarr, 15 were part of the third-place winning crew competing in the Hip Hop Internationals in August, in Las Vegas.
A man was rushed to hospital in a serious condition after rolling a quad bike on Waiheke.
A whopping 27 ducklings have been rescued from perils around Auckland in the last two days.
If you're attending the Frankling Positive Ageing Expo on September 30, be prepared for a touch of nostalgia.
The Pukekohe Volunteer Fire Brigade has been presented with two brand-new emergency generators.
It's the end of an era for Franklin Hospice's CEO. Graeme Longdell retired on September 9 after over eight years in the role.
Two candidates looking to ensure rural areas get their fair share are seeking election to the Onewhero Te Akau Ward.
Ensuring growth in North Waikato is managed well a big issue for Awaroa ki Tuakau Ward candidates.
Carter Quinley has spent the majority of her life fighting human trafficking. She will speak at Crossroads Church this month.
Mario Alupis is the plain speaking pro-wrestler from South Auckland with a simple message: "Listen to the people, for the people".
Four Team Franklin members will face off against three independent candidates in the race to represent the Pukekohe Subdivision.
Eating good food could be the secret to a long life
A team of 147 students from Pukekohe Intermediate are vying for success at this week's NZCT AIMS Games championships.
The Franklin Positive Ageing Expo truly is a volunteer-run initiative.
Lost: one home. Please call if found.
Franklin community key a part of Pukekohe Park's future success.
Paerata School kids surprised with Warriors visit and new raincoats.
There's no place like home, as the saying goes - and these kids would know.