Hundreds of people, including children, gather in Auckland to protest against Trump's border policy.
Richard Turipa used to sleep rough in Auckland city before he took art lessons: Now he's selling his work in London.
Serious Fraud Office called on to investigate multi-million dollar football centre.
Primary and secondary school students putting on extra weight, new data shows.
Three teens to appear in court after unprovoked attack in Auckland's Queen St.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says he doesn't tolerate bullying from staff or councillors.
Collecting food scraps is Auckland Council's next big focus in pushing the region to become waste free by 2040.
Fare evaders will face a $150 fine if they choose not to pay for their trip on public transport.
Chart topping musician Nathan Haines has declared himself "cancer free" ahead of taking to the stage with his band for the first time in seven months.
Speedway agrees to leave Western Springs, opening the way for test cricket.
The squabble over metal railings which residents claim will spoil a popular scenic walkway.
Mayor Phil Goff has ordered officials to work together and solve Auckland's red light camera debacle ASAP.
A popular dumpling restaurant with a pest infestation was among 13 E-grade eateries.
Police are warning the public of threatening scams, including kidnapping, targeting Chinese NZ residents and international students.
Housing minister says Aucklanders should go live in Pokeno if they don't like state houses.
An experienced ocean-going Auckland boatie is annoyed about the lack of adherence to vessel speed limits on Tamaki River.
By-election results are in for the Waitākere and Maungakiekie-Tāmaki local boards.
Broken glass, condoms, razor blades and syringes pose a risk to Auckland beach-goers and their dogs.
University students and staff don pink shirts to stand up against bullying.
Some early childhood services can close overnight, an early education expert says.
Empty houses - investors buy them, park their money there and pull the blinds across, but at what cost?
It is understood the man was stabbed several times, leaving him in a serious condition.
"We were swearing like pirates," says the Auckland man who scored big in Saturday’s Powerball.
The Auckland store has extra staff on today in case the $18 million Lotto winner comes in.
Police arrest real estate agent after vendor's mother finds him sleeping at house about to go to auction.
Block of land leased by Remuera Golf Course to be sold by Auckland Council for housing.
New homes have been built and old ones ripped down as the Tāmaki Regeneration Programme pushes on.
Auckland motorists will need to prepare for changes to the road code, AA says
From beach baches to large-scale urban landscapes, these projects are the NZIA award winners.
Guidelines around religious classes in primary schools will be published by the end of the year.