Counties Manukau DHB plans to increase the number of in-house security guards it has in a bid to reduce violence and aggression against staff.
Manoj Kumar duped jobseekers out of $60k and stole 95k worth of camera gear by falsely claiming to be filming a tourism video.
Lockdown exposed and exacerbated gaps in our education system, and a whole generation could be lost as a result.
As an embalmer, Ricky Solomon wondered why so many young men were killing themselves. Now he works to help them live.
Three of the five largest Powerball wins by an individual were sold at Auckland stores. Could they prove to be lucky again in tonight's draw?
Four new Covid-19 testing centres will open in Auckland this weekend as a new model is introduced.
A number of Auckland councillors say the online attacks and abuse they are subject to is out of control after a case involving threatening comments against the council was referred to the police last week.
The first building to be built at Scott Base has been brought to life by virtual reality and is ready to be explored by NZers.
Stroke victim who was wrongly told she had anxiety says it's “scary” there are so many others in the same boat.
Concerned Manurewa residents can go to a community testing clinic, their GP or urgent care clinic.
Fed up with groups from different schools fighting, a group of students have marched against violence.
The Manukau Urban Māori Authority says a funding boost for budget advisory services is timely as it tries to keep up with the demand for its services after the Covid-19 lockdown.
A married couple had to use an oven in the shed for almost a year because they didn't have access to the property's main kitchen.
Mum says her two-year-old son has been left with nothing after the blaze, caused by an unattended pan of chicken nuggets.
After one term in Parliament Labour backbencher Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki now has the daunting task of going head to head with new National Party leader Judith ‘Crusher’ Collins to win the seat of Papakura.
A "world first" community centre for New Zealand's Rotuman community.
Drivers in their 40s are being caught with blood alcohol levels high enough to put them in a coma.
Jah Tana was awarded $15k after a near three-year battle over artwork lost by an Auckland Council-owned gallery.
A new report to Auckland Council development agency Panuku shows it could be facing tough times ahead.
A faint 'moo' and the rumble of a car engine alerted Donna Lothian that thieves were trying to take her beloved cow.
The retired probation officer was taken to hospital where he underwent surgery for critical injuries but died on Friday morning.
An elderly woman was injured in a south Auckland incident, and now police are hunting for a 4WD involved.
Schools have hired extra staff to help trace students who have been missing since lockdown.
Auckland Council is still trying to crunch the numbers after a government funding announcement on the weekend threw it a last-minute curveball.
Manufacturer laced meat with chemicals which can cause allergy-like symptoms in consumers.
Masses gather and silence falls on the whenua a year after eviction notices were served at Ihumātao, sparking a massive protest.
Despite having $73 million slashed from its budget, the development agency is still yet to disclose which south Auckland projects will be affected.
Three people aged 17, 23 and 30 were arrested after three cell phone towers were allegedly set alight across south Auckland in June.
Morale on site of NZ's largest wastewater project getting worse as workers from overseas struggle with Covid stresses.
As children go back to school, demand for food and clothes is higher than ever, principals say.