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Frustrated at the proliferation of liquor stores, South Auckland advocacy groups and health officials want an urgent review of licensing laws - and are asking questions about a licensing commissioner…
As part of an effort to entice readers back to libraries, Auckland Council is planning to forgo up to $1 million a year by abolishing late fees - a change the change many think is well overdue.
Auckland Council is proposing an additional $150 million to combat climate change. But will it be enough for the city's most vulnerable residents?
Leaders and public health experts across South Auckland are welcoming the decision to prioritise at-risk residents for the vaccine roll-out, but for some it doesn't go far enough.
Some South Auckland women are ensuring there's something for those wanting an alternative to unhealthy food.
Auckland Council has signed off on a new strategy to make it easier to recycle or get rid of inorganic waste, but according to South Auckland community leaders, it doesn't go far enough.
Another South Auckland outbreak of Covid-19 has community support workers concerned about the impact it's having on the mental health of its young people.
His street art is everywhere in Auckland, from the America's Cup Village to bus stops - but he's also an inspiring ultramarathoner who's helping others in their weight loss battles.
A South Auckland election campaign marked by allegations of vote-harvesting and dirty politics comes to an end next week. Justin Latif went along to Māngere Bridge to hear the candidates' closing…
He quit politics to care for a wife who had suffered a brain haemorrhage. Today he holds leading roles at the apex of the two great challenges facing South Auckland: housing and health.
Allegations of voter interference and dirty politics have rocked the normally benign political landscape of Māngere-Ōtāhuhu.
There's a by-election happening in South Auckland and, as Justin Latif reports, you'd struggle to find a more diverse group of candidates.
A decision to grant consent for the removal row of trees planted by community volunteers along a revitalised waterway in South Auckland has outraged residents.
Community leaders are warning the cycle of violent retribution will continue if radical interventions aren't made.