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An Auckland community is calling for tougher penalties after a dairy owner and his wife were beaten by a gang of robbers, leaving them unable to work.
Residents at a block of West Auckland flats that flooded at the weekend say they feel abandoned by their property owner and need more help. Video
Auckland kindergartens will open for longer hours and over school holidays to make childcare available to more people.
Welders and fishing industry workers say they will suffer under the government's plan to increase the pension age to 67.
Auckland Council's plan to shift the multi-million-dollar cost of tourism promotion from ratepayers to accommodation providers isn't right, the industry says.
Tomorrow heralds March - and with it, Auckland's annual post-holiday traffic hell.
The discovery of a banned chemical in an Auckland nail salon is prompting renewed calls for beauty industry regulation.
More than 50 percent of people think an abortion should be legal if the woman does not want to be a mother or cannot afford another child, a new survey shows.
Up to 20 times a year, in heavy rain or a storm, wastewater that has not been fully treated is pumped into Manukau Harbour. A restoration group wants it to stop.
Auckland Transport has installed new pay-by-plate parking machines around the city - leading to confusion among some and queues as people figure out how to use them.
Prime Minister Bill English spent an hour meeting event-goers and touring the stalls, but did not make a speech like John Key often did.
Health officials fear there could be an outbreak of mumps after 20 cases were reported in just five months - up to triple the usual rate.
A 10-year-old Auckland boy has beaten thousands of other entries to take out first place in a Commonwealth story writing competition.
Government Minister Nathan Guy has spoken for the first time since it was revealed he granted citizenship to American billionaire and Donald Trump campaign donor Peter Thiel in 2011. Video
The cost of the Havelock North campylobacter outbreak last year has cost the local health board over $760,000.
A girl who survived a house fire that killed her mother, grandmother and brother is waiting to see her seriously ill father. Audio
Boaties caught speeding or without lifejackets this summer could face a $300 fine in a 'no excuses' crackdown.
A woman who took part in the kidnapping of another woman, who was found critically injured on the side of a north Auckland road, has been sentenced to over three years in prison.
Harness Racing New Zealand says it could follow Australia's lead and ban whips, but more consultation is needed within the industry. Harness Racing Australia yesterday announced a ban on the...
The country's largest institute of technology has dropped from a Level Two to a Level One over concerns about the way it moderates students' assessments.
The brother of a man who died in the Kaipara boating accident at the weekend says he would have been on the boat if he hadn't missed a call. Audio
Cellar View owner Karen Barwick's colleague died in the Christchurch earthquake. She cannot face losing staff if a big aftershock hits. Video
Former All Black Sir John Kirwan has encouraged residents in the earthquake-isolated town to get help if they cannot cope. Video
Earthquakes did not scare this pod of swimming, playing and jumping dusky dolphins. Video
Sewage ran through a Kaikōura resident's property for six days after last week's quake, before it was fixed. Video