Two food court restaurants were closed because of rodents and cockroaches, one is now A-grade.
Police say four armed people threatened staff before fleeing with stolen cash.
Police arrested a man in west Auckland on July 21.
Auckland woman contemplates leaving the west after six car break-ins in two years.
A former Hobsonville resident talks about life at the border of North and South Korea.
A Muriwai author helped deal with loss of her mother by sitting on a rock at the beach.
An otherwise healthy 20-year-old died of pneumonia after nearly a week in hospital.
All Auckland's hospitals full up, and patients asked to "think twice" before going to ED.
A robber threatened a west Auckland TAB worker with a hammer before making off with cash.
Things have come a long way in the relationship between police and the LGBTI community, Miss Ribena says.
The deaf community has to fund its own NZSL translator for a political event so deaf voters can be informed.
Chanelle Davis started writing children's music as a challenge.
Former Blackcap Reece Young, 37, is enjoying more time with family and a career outside of cricket.
West Auckland's only nightclub set to return after floods wrecked the building.
While some children are chilling out these school holidays, others are creating robots.
The 20-metre hole in Glen Eden is just months away from finishing.
A 10-year-old has instigated a project to benefit children in hospital.
Two men attacked the owner of a West Auckland takeaway shop before stealing the cash register.
Passengers used a personal locator beacon to raise the alarm after a car went down a bank.
63,000 vehicles a day using the Waterview Tunnel, easing commutes around Auckland and boosting productivity.
Vaccinated people can still get mumps, but effects of the viral illness is less severe, regional health service says.
A piano accordion, guitar and violin are travelling from Wellington to Titirangi to put on a show.
Carmel Berry and four other women endured pain to confront Health Minister Jonathan Coleman at a public meeting.
The Little Mermaid Junior is making a splash out west these school holidays.
West Auckland charities are being encouraged to apply for a share of a $1 million fund from the liquor licensing trusts.
The New Zealand International Film Festival is coming to Avondale.
Police have not had anyone say recently they don't feel safe at the Ranui station.
Auckland motorists claim they don't know where they're heading because of the signs around the Waterview Tunnel.
Auckland commentator Ben Ross says the announced $300 million infrastructure loan for north-west Auckland should be spent out south.
West Aucklanders account for 82 of 148 cases in regional mumps outbreak, with 40 mumps cases confirmed from 12 schools.