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The defeated Auckland mayoral contender has indicated he may put himself forward as a candidate in next year's general election. Video
Women are being turned away from Tauranga and Christchurch hospitals for treatment for "non-urgent" gynaecological conditions, as a clearer picture emerges of nationwide shortfalls in women's health…
Pike River families have laid flowers and taken small rocks as mementoes as they visit the seal to the mine for the first time.
The Pike River families are set to go 170 metres into the mine drift - further than they have previously been able to go since the disaster. Audio
Legendary runner Sir John Walker, who went onto enable a million kids to learn to swim, has made his farewells to the Auckland Council as he battles Parkinson's Disease.
Ihumātao protesters have interrupted the last Auckland Council meeting of this term, singing, chanting and unfurling protest signs.
New Zealand drug users are being targeted by overseas criminals because they are prepared to pay such a high price for their high, police say.
An Auckland developer who is being prosecuted for charging affordable home buyers extra for driveways and landscaping says he wants to repay them.
An Auckland developer who billed affordable home buyers separately for driveways and other basics, pushing their houses outside the affordable cap, is being prosecuted.
The number of measles cases in Auckland this year has now reached over 1000 and vaccination rates are soaring as people move to protect themselves.
Auckland's two leading mayoral candidates have highlighted the "chalk and cheese" decision voters have ahead of them at a feisty early morning debate for some of Auckland's business community.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff and 2019 contender John Tamihere are at odds over whether a Human Rights case against Auckland Council has been thrown out.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff has been cheered for - and then challenged on - his commitment to wage fairness and ending homelessness during a candidates' debate.
Critics say South Auckland women being denied treatment for gynaecological problems like incontinence and endometriosis is 'deplorable'. Audio
Details of the compromise that's made Auckland Council and Panuku stop fighting and start holding hands over a controversial development have emerged in court.
WORLD founder Dame Denise L'Estrange-Corbet is turning her hand to politics, running in this year's Auckland local body elections.
Women in South Auckland are being denied treatment for incontinence and some other gynaecological problems because the DHB is too busy to see them.
An Auckland school principal says it's only a matter of time before a child is seriously hurt as Auckland Transport drags its heels fixing a dangerous cycleway.
Neighbours opposing a controversial development on Auckland's Dominion Road say they're now in a David and Goliath battle against two council organisations.
Two legal battles between Auckland Council and its own bodies have added up to nearly $1.9 million in costs.
Every Friday night on Auckland's North Shore former All Black Ian Jones invites locals to a free community meal - but it's more than just a warm meal. Video
Titirangi's rogue chickens could be on the chopping block, after locals complained they are attracting rats.
A group of South Aucklanders who have lost hundreds of kilos between them say health authorities need to get back to grass roots to fight obesity there. Audio
Four severely overweight patients have been stuck at Middlemore Hospital for months because there is nowhere suitable for them to be discharged to.
Security guards at Middlemore hospital are escorting staff and visitors to their cars more than 4000 times a month as safety fears continue.