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After more than a dozen shootings in a year, police are telling Ōtara residents that it's the community that sets the standard of behaviour within their own homes.
Modi supporters in Auckland say they're ecstatic about the leader's landslide victory back home.
The Auckland City Mission says there's been a disturbingly large increase in people needing food parcels in the last twelve months.
The Milovale family from South Auckland lost their house and belongings, but community charity has shown them the good in people's hearts.
Louisa Gommans has started a petition calling on the government to make it compulsory for all children to be vaccinated. Audio
South Auckland locals are angry money from the sale of council land in their area is going to richer suburbs.
Community leaders in the Auckland suburb Ōtara are coming together to create a bike stunt competition partly to educate young people about safety.
House of Travel says the terror attacks in Sri Lanka are bound to impact travel plans.
Some employees are making the most of an Easter holiday loophole that will see them with 10 days off work, but others say they'll be the ones picking up the slack.
Despite a possible "donor fatigue" following a string of funding drives in Aotearoa this year, the RSA is still expecting the Poppy Day appeal, that launches today, to attract the generosity of many.
Many Indians living in New Zealand are glued to their national elections with some even flying back to vote and help political campaigning.
Pet-owners in the Auckland suburb of Weymouth say they're being harassed by dangerous dogs which have killed as many as four cats in just a week.
Medical professionals need to offer nail cutting, given the poor cleanliness record at nail salons, says Scleroderma New Zealand.
Three Ruapehu tribes hope to establish the first iwi-driven sanctuary to restore native species including kākāpō and wētā, and have shared their plan to eventually protect 2700ha with the conservation…
The mayor of Tauranga is vowing to hold to account those responsible for the botch-up at the failed Bella Vista housing development.
Heartbroken pet owners in an Auckland community say they are increasingly concerned about cats going missing.
Air New Zealand has been called "disgraceful" and "discriminatory" after turning away a man from a job because of his tā moko.
More than 500 people across the country have registered to give blood since the Christchurch mosque shootings, saying they want to do what they can to help.
A cyber law professor says the government needs to ramp up its efforts in working with social media platforms to monitor extremist views.
Māngere Bridge locals want to involve the offenders in finding a long-term solution to drunken parties in the Auckland suburb.
Auckland locals are fighting to keep a section of track severely damaged by a storm open, despite a grim assessment from the council.
Building and construction firms fear proposed changes to apprentice training will cause turmoil in their industry.
Seven months after nearly 50 Chinese construction workers were left without jobs, both the company they were supposed to work for and the man who brought them over are blaming each other.
Auckland Council will be lobbying the government to stop the sale of private fireworks after 80 percent of people called for it in consultation last year.
Auckland Transport wants motorists to put lives first when they consider new plans to reduce speeds across 10 percent of the city's roads.