A Chinese-owned company says billions will be spent on a housing project with thousands of much-needed homes - but residents worry about the infrastructure coping.
The public has till June 30 to submit feedback on the Whau Local Board draft plan.
It was a question a West Auckland resident tried to answer after finding himself with food to share.
A man toting a sawn-off shotgun has had his robbery of an Auckland bank foiled.
Boyi Yan has been an early childhood teacher for less than two years, and loves what she does.
West Auckland parents want answers from the kindy association now, but they've been told they will be consulted after the changes are made.
A man was injured after a BMW went down a '45 degree' bank in west Auckland.
A truck and trailer with no driver crashed into Northwest Shopping Centre on June 26.
Protecting the environment is a central plank of the Waitakere Ranges Local Board's three year plan.
A fire that badly damaged a house in Avondale has reignited 12 hours later.
A shared pathway for cyclists and pedestrians has residents living beside the path worried about their privacy.
The oil came from a transformer which fell from the back of a truck, spilling about 200 litres.
The blaze started in a bedroom and ripped through the rear of the house.
Almost 300 people, including community, were involved in a simulated oil spill.
Andrew James Wadsley drowned at Auckland's Muriwai Beach while retrieving his board, witnesses say.
Kitesurfer drowned in "strong winds and very messy surf" on a beach on Auckland's west coast.
Breeding budgies is a family affair for this west Auckland man.
Hundreds of children in Auckland's north and west are waiting months to see psychiatrists, as the service comes under pressure.
An intricate machine that wowed youth in the 1920s and 30s will again rise from the stage.
Quick-thinking man throws burning heater outside, but suffers injuries in the process.
Hundreds of Waitemata police parade through west Auckland for the first time.
Nathan Villars is 48, principal of ACG Sunderland in Henderson, and is a big fan of the ballet.
Motorists routinely flout the no right turn rule at this Auckland intersection - and the neighbours are sick of seeing the crashes.
Night market set to close, as floods then dwindling numbers see local board pull funding.
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Moana Maniapoto and members of her band, Moana and The Tribe, are performing gig at the Titirangi Theatre.
Hundreds of Waitemata police will parade through west Auckland for the first time.
The first of nine council-developed housing developments to start in 2018 with construction of units, while terraced houses for families will be built next.
Upper Harbour suburbs are warned about discoloured water due to pump maintenance, however water will still be safe to drink.
Lincoln Rd business owners say Te Atatu Rd works were 'completely unacceptable' and are worried a coming upgrade may force some to close.