With its 50 plus members, the Hibiscus Coast Concert Band is a musical success.
Finding a rental can be hard. Throw pets into the mix, and your job is near-impossible.
A car was taken in the early hours of the morning, driven a kilometre and lit on fire in a stranger's driveway.
An Auckland business association wants cars stopped from parking overnight in their area.
Police have bottle-capped festivities after carnage on Auckland's Hibiscus Coast in previous years.
Auckland Transport admits the North Shore’s newest transit lane could be improved.
Nineteen people died at unpatrolled beaches last summer and lifeguards are urging people to choose patrolled beaches.
Local boards can choose for playgrounds to be chemical-free, but it might cost ratepayers more.
An independent hearings panel will hear submissions on the proposal to move the Rosedale Pony Club.
A parade, time capsule and open day are all part of the 125th year celebrations.
A new Auckland bridge will "tie the landscape back together".
Albany House now has an events manager and a community coordinator.
Auckland Prison has been part of creating a garden for the New Zealand Flower & Garden Show 2017.
An Auckland suburb is suffering from a severe parking shortage while an empty lot sits underutilised.
Armed with a gun, he threatened patrons and assaulted a woman before stealing cash, police say.
Auckland Council handed the keys of Coatesville Settlers Hall to community.
A roading project of national significance will change the way Aucklanders move between north and south.
The final set of ex-Air Force barracks at Hobsonville Point are not able to be saved.
This weekend, the Kaipatiki Project is running its first ever eco day in Upper Harbour.
Penny Hulse is the only west Auckland councillor who voted in favour of a Māori ward.
Jaxon doesn't normally like going to the hairdressers but this was different.
The group has been established in response to an increase in the number of public complaints.
A kiwi in Greenhithe is making one family feel very welcome.
As soon as Rod Salmon was eligible at age 18, he joined the Greenhithe Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Unitary Plan commissioners' decision sees industrial interest in rural zones.
Four tickets for street where cars park over footpaths.
Auckland mums are weaving their own baby bassinet in a bid to reduce infant deaths.
A resident wants to see coastal walkways lit up for safety, but council reckons this would have the opposite effect.
"Four podium finishes out of six is an awesome result for North Harbour and one that has been brewing for a long time."
Albany Junior High School students start collection to help bring about change.