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The number of Asians in Auckland seeking help for mental health in the last five years has risen dramatically with one district health board reporting an 82 percent increase in cases.
Plunket playgroups across the country are joining a grassroots initiative that aims to send handmade Christmas cards to people who are alone during the holiday season.
Whakatāne locals say the community has been hit hard by the tragedy at Whakaari / White Island - many have a personal connection to people involved
Christmas has turned into a time of mourning and pain for Auckland's Samoan community, as those back home battle with a measles epidemic.
Government agencies and police have been told to lift their game in protecting personal details after a breach in the gun buyback scheme allowed names and addresses to be viewed. Audio
Heartbroken supporters of a heritage church building in west Auckland watched as it was demolished today. Built in 1928, it is one of the oldest heritage buildings in the area. Video
A proposed new electorate in South Auckland has been tipped by academics to favour National.
Pasifika community leaders in Auckland are warning about a rise in scams and are urging people not to be ashamed to speak up.
An Indian man who has made New Zealand home hopes his wife can join him, after changes to immigration laws.
Survivors of abuse in state and church care are split over the appointment of Judge Coral Shaw as the new chair of the Royal Commission.
West Auckland's alcohol licensing trusts have been found guilty of misleading the public in claiming that 47 percent of profits were given back to the community.
A tenant moving into a brand new Auckland social housing complex says it's a dream come true to have a place of her own after previously being homeless.
Two men described as leaders of a drug syndicate smuggling methamphetamine from California have been given lengthy prison terms.
Korean mental health workers are calling for more resources in their communities in New Zealand, especially when the cultural norm is to turn to alcohol instead of counselling.
A SkyCity worker says he was outraged when staff were initially told yesterday they had to take annual leave if they wanted to go home as the nearby international convention centre burned.
Auckland Transport has voted to implement a bylaw which will lower speed limits on many Auckland roads. Audio
With summer right around the corner, it's time to whip out the barbie and get those sausages cooking. But which banger is the best?
A $15m revamp of the country's largest off-site home manufacturer opened in Auckland today, which will now be able to pump out 500 new homes a year.
First Person - Comments implying Japan's RWC win over Scotland was a fluke or questioning the ethnicity of the players are uncomfortable to say the least, writes Jessie Chiang.
Students say it's tragic that it's taken a death to force a law change to ensure they are looked after properly at university hostels.
A group of Spark Sport customers already unhappy with its Rugby World Cup coverage is horrified the company has been given the rights for cricket games played at home.
A new report shows the number of suicides in the Asian population is growing, but no specific policies exist to try to reduce it.
A new report into locked in care for youth has found that some children are constantly bullied and many have suicidal thoughts.
Two years on from the Harvey Weinstein scandal, women in the film industry are optimistic about change but say there's still an awful lot to be done.
South Auckland residents say they won't sit idly by while their young people die and are calling on those running for election to step up, and ensure support services are easy to access.