The biggest duck race is back

The Great Auckland Duck Race is back and this time with even more duck races, excitement and activities for all the family. Vector Wero Waterpark...

Bicentennial celebration for local Baha’i community

There were around a 100 get-togethers hosted during the Labour Weekend as the Baha’i community welcomed people into their homes to mark the 200th...

A stoic end to the sunny Gold Coast for Heimgartner

It was a hard day at the office for Freightliner Racing, however ‘super sub’ Andre Heimgartner did all he could to put in a...

Wallabies have pride at stake

Having last beaten the All Blacks 27-19 seven years ago, the success-starved Wallabies could be...

Running for Mental Health

If you know me at all you’ll know I’ve never been an athletic person. It’s...

Tackling youth offenders head on

As this is my final column pre-election, can I say thank you to the Botany...

Feet tapping to rhythmic beats

She was just three-years-old when Isabelle Fox first put on her tap dancing shoes, and she hasn't stopped dancing since. Winning around 40 dance trophies...

New mobile app tell stories of Howick’s past

Howick Local Board is bringing the area’s history in to the 21st Century with the launch of the Howick’s Heritage mobile app. The interactive walking...

Local playwright heads to Basement Theatre

"Sheer terror" is how the cast of Finding Temeraire describe their feelings about their upcoming performance. Written by Half Moon Bay resident Stanley Makuwe and...

Love BBQs? Meatstock is back

Meatstock, the carnival for carnivores, will return to Auckland on February 24, 25. The protein-packed festival...

O’Sullivan sets sights high

Talk about great expectations. Big things are expected of Dr Lance O’ Sullivan. Described as a...

Spring Fishing

Spring has sprung, the days are getting longer and the fishing is on! All through...

Fish Fish Fish

There are fish absolutely everywhere right now! Heaps of anglers heading out wide to hit...

Nature-focused kindergarten to turn children’s orchard dream into reality

There will be a buzz of excitement and activity in front of Pakuranga Baptist Kindergarten...

Fact: housing crisis definitely real

Statistics produced by Auckland Council show that in the 12 months to June 2017 we...

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