A west Aucklander has lost a High Court appeal to get his real estate agent licence back.
Auckland contractors complete first stage of culvert work on flood-damaged intersection.
Auckland Transport say they won't change the west bus route despite complaints.
Auckland is a city divided not just by incomes and house prices, but also, by trees.
No need for a funeral director - you can transport the body yourself.
A man is in a critical condition following a single-storey house fire in Kelston.
Waitemata DHB's June audit reveals which staff are best and worst at hand hygiene.
A rise in police callouts to boozy parties at community centres has prompted calls for tougher liquor rules.
Young west Auckland bowler Ben Lister called up to Auckland Aces.
Hundreds of Rodney residents feared the worst when their phones went off early Tuesday morning.
The Warehouse reverses its decision to ban boy, 12, for making a pillow fort in store after mum's outcry.
Woman says neighbour is starving her horses, but the neighbour says she's being bullied and she's trying to help the animals.
A new augmented reality game encourages children to uncover mythical creatures and New Zealand legends.
"I've seen big fires in Australia but nothing on this scale."
An Auckland early childhood educator has created a book series after discovering there aren't enough resources for cultural celebrations.
Police searching for Jason Lee, 32, in relation to a shooting in west Auckland on September 15.
An election initiative is tapping into Auckland schools to turn around low voter turnouts.
An Auckland suburb could end up one of the most represented electorates with four members of parliament.
Auckland motorists told to "drive as normal" despite four stations running out of premium petrol after pipe leak.
A new course in the Waitākere ranges hopes to raise awareness and mana of traditional Māori medicine.
Brook Turner wants to create equal opportunities for all.
Former politician John Tamihere offers a new approach to solving youth crime.
Labour candidates in west Auckland dare their National counterparts to face them in a debate.
Renters will have security of tenure in Hobsonville Point development.
They may not be of voting age just yet, but these children have some tips for the new 'ruler' of New Zealand
Further arrest after teens were allegedly assaulted by group heading to Auckland darts event.
How much is too much? New Lynn candidates talk about immigration.
After going through hundreds of comments of people in need, an Auckland mum has given away her car.
Sir Bob Harvey sees many similarities in the 'Jacinda effect' with Labour's past PMs.
Big characters and hand-made puppets prove huge success for Whoa Studios in Auckland.