Voters who care about animal welfare can find out which party has the best policies online.
A young seal was found wandering the streets of an Auckland suburb on Wednesday morning.
Greens candidate could be making history as the first Mexican to ever run for Parliament.
A visit from US President Donald Trump could be on the cards with New Zealand confirmed to host APEC in 2021.
Kevin Locke is back on the Auckland club rugby league scene - all be it in a different jersey than he is used to.
The culturally specific book helps youth who have left safe houses and abusive homes.
Artist Chris Bailey says it was rewarding to work on a piece that incorporated unique local history.
Residents are annoyed an east Auckland bus stop has been put 500 metres away from their train station.
Bruce Hall hugged his wife and son goodbye before being killed in a tragic collision with a truck.
Part of Waterview Tunnel will close for three nights next week for scheduled maintenance work.
Auckland central is being opened up online through two useful websites.
Young girls who were sexually harassed by rugby fans are performing a dance based on their experience.
Auckland Council is 'back-peddling' on its promise to be smokefree by 2025.
"The dodgiest of characters" regularly leave revolting mess at Auckland playcentre.
Education Minister Nikki Kaye announces $18m funding for Auckland schools.
A central Auckland bowling club is struggling, and has gone on the market for a small fortune.
They'd returned from a harrowing yet controversial war in Vietnam, but it's taken time for veterans to be recognised.
The Maungakiekie electorate could be National's for the taking with Labour and the Greens likely to split the left's voting base.
An east Auckland iwi are combining traditional and modern methods to restore Okahu Bay's once thriving mussel beds.
Prepare for metal-on-metal collisions as international wheelchair rugby tournament wheels into Auckland later this month.
The baby was missing for half a day after being kidnapped in Auckland. Two women have been arrested.
A category one heritage-listed building in Greenlane is falling into a state of disrepair.
Do AT's leaders practice what they preach?
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff will launch his vision for the city this month, doing away with "world's most livable city" tagline.
An Auckland roller derby team has become the first in New Zealand to secured an invitation to an international tournament.
A club that was warned to change its drinking culture to bowling has not got its act together, authorities say.
Auckland mumps outbreak is now widespread, authorities say.
A new course is helping local cancer survivors adjust to life post-treatment.
Auckland Council is concerned about the future of electric transmission towers in Onehunga.
Sir John Graham remembered with a rousing 2500-strong haka that rung around Auckland.