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Fire destroyed housing at the Māngere Bridge church complex where families had been living in temporary accommodation.
A pro-Palestinian group says it "applauds" vandals who attacked the US embassy and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade office. Audio
A Karangahape Road business owner says there's talk of legal action over AT plans to strip out car parking though the full plan to expand bus lanes is delayed until next year.
Just one week after opening, Fugitoto made a splash in Epsom when it introduced its king salmon ice cream flavour, and within a day, it was gone.
The fallout from Auckland's giant sinkhole continues, forcing the cancellation of weekend events and school holiday programmes across the Waitematā Harbour.
Iwi and residents are becoming increasingly frustrated with Auckland city's failing infrastructure, as contamination from a burst sewer pipe closes inner-city beaches for 10 days. Audio
Birthcare is closing its Huntly facility next month, claiming it cannot get enough staff, and more mothers are choosing to give birth at hospitals.
Dozens of police monitored a crowd gathered in a public square in Auckland on Wednesday afternoon, after the person accused with dousing a British anti-transgender activist with tomato juice at a…
A struggling psychology clinic has been brought back from the brink after being welcomed by the University of Waikato.
Rotorua is not getting an urgent boost to the number of police officers despite the mayor's plea following brutal attacks on two teenage girls in the central city.
It was the second time a teenager had been attacked in the past week.
Several residents and store owners shared personal stories of feeling unsafe in Auckland's inner city at a public meeting with National Party candidates.
The FIFA Women's World Cup has seen a big boost for host cities - fending off the winter doldrums and putting a spring in the step of business owners.
A school community is protesting against a new vape shop setting up near the school gate.
Jazz and rap collided on stage as Loyle Carner shared an intimate and soulful performance with a packed Auckland Town Hall last night, writes Jordan Dunn.
Mould removal companies are being kept busy, handling double the number of calls this year to treat mouldy houses.
With bedazzling outfits and an inclusive and positive message the four-time Grammy winning pop, rap, and flute-playing sensation Lizzo has blessed Auckland with a stunning show.
Fans have come out in force to welcome the Netherlands football team to Bay of Plenty, just days before the FIFA Women's World Cup kicks off.
Managed retreat needs to be seriously considered for homes around the rising Lake Rotomā, Rotorua's mayor says.
Police believe the shots were related to drug dealing but they came in the wake of Mongrel Mob Barbarians president Steven Taiatini's death and tangi.
Members of the Mongrel Mob Barbarians have gathered at Hillcrest Cemetery to farewell their fallen leader.
Councillors crossed swords, singling out one another and raising impassioned concerns on debt borrowing, rates and selling councils shares in Auckland Airport before deciding on their annual budget.
Auckland Transport has turned down pleas for a passenger rail service between Huapai and the city despite having some rail cars at its disposal.