Kiwi world record-breaker says monster drive happened when her ball landed on a "crack or hard spot", not a sprinkler head.
Auckland police will install hidden cameras on a popular west coast beach.
Bird boxes now decorate a street designed to help residents play and connect.
Police are seeking witnesses to a hit and run in Auckland on July 25.
Gabby Granatir, 25, runs Pack Social, a dog walking business based in west Auckland.
If you are looking for a bit of classical music out west on a Friday night, you might like to head along to this.
Businesses on Lincoln Rd are concerned customers will have difficulty visiting them.
Candidates for Helensville promise to support the return of passenger trains to north-west Auckland.
More than a thousand discarded bottles and cans were collected at the New Lynn bottle drive.
The walls were covered with graffiti, wiring ripped out and appliances trashed.
Jason Yang says he was abused by another driver, before finding paint stripper poured on his car at Karekare Beach.
The late Wenceslaus Anthony was a respected link in Kiwi-Indian relations.
A business owner says council communication has been sparse over the four months since floods hit New Lynn.
Carly Stewart was allegedly murdered with a 30cm kitchen knife at a women's pamper day last year.
The flash floods in March damaged a west Auckland building beyond repair, but could it have been prevented?
Crown alleges woman approached her friend with a knife behind her back, before plunging it into her face.
A street food market is coming out west, with most vendors having vegetarian options.
Patients who go to Waitakere Hospital for non-urgent care might get a voucher to go down the road.
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.