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Jim Stabback has broken his silence a week on from the release of a damning flood review. Audio
Brendan Schwass' property was left with a hole in the roof and a smashed section of wall.
The hard-hit west Auckland community is split over whether road access should be reinstated to visitors in time for Easter.
Auckland's Aotea Centre has become a hub for all things avocado, and growers are being told the sky is the limit when it comes to taking a slice of a $20 billion global market.
A protest against an anti-cogovernance rally has gone ahead in Auckland, despite the rally being cancelled.
Interns underpaid by an Auckland food bag company say they have been left with questions after an Employment Relations Authority ruling.
The votes were tied at 10-all before Mayor Wayne Brown used his casting vote in favour of leaving.
A month on from Cyclone Gabrielle making landfall and residents of a coastal Auckland settlement are trying to get back to normal, despite being surrounded by devastation.
Janak Patel was killed outside the Rose Cottage Dairy in Sandringham last November, sparking widespread protest.
A clash broke out between court security and family of the accused after they were barred from entering the courtroom.
The man accused of kidnapping a woman in South Auckland last year has pleaded not guilty to a new charge of manslaughter.
Hundreds of mourners have turned out at Muriwai in Auckland to farewell one of two firefighters killed during Cyclone Gabrielle. The death toll for the cyclone currently stands at 11,...
Residents in the coastal settlement are pleading for Auckland Council to act quickly in restoring critical infrastructure throughout the town.
Residents in a coastal community in West Auckland have been left fearing for the future, after cyclone Gabrielle brought tons of land down in slips, leaving some homeless.
At least nine homes in the Auckland suburb of Epsom have been broken into after being damaged by floodwaters.
Auckland mayor Wayne Brown is promising "better" communication than Friday ahead of tonight's forecast bad weather.
Shoppers are feeling the pinch of rising grocery prices, meaning compromises at the dinner table.
Auckland's rail network is "neglected", says the Transport Minister, who was given a guided tour of the south Auckland sites today.
On the streets of the prime minister's electorate, people said the announcement had come like a bolt from the blue.
It's been one of the biggest rescue efforts this summer, and one witness says the outcome could have been much worse.
Bank customers beware is a frequent message this summer as New Zealanders are being warned to watch out for financial scams.
A digital business manager raising money for the New Zealand Mental Health Foundation says it is a cause that needs to be supported.
Last year's record rain was "binge rainfall" - where a lot of rain falls in a short period of time, a Niwa weather forecaster says.
The search continues for the son of two prominent New Zealand doctors reported missing while working in Ukraine.
Auckland Council's Transport Committee chair says his priority this year will be ensuring commuters get clear communications if city services are delayed or cancelled.