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Immigration Minister ‘best job in the world’

In a volatile world where immigration has become a dangerous word, dragged in the midst of a fiery political debate, it must be hard...

Ratepayers take petition to council

The Howick Ratepayers and Residents Association has presented a petition to Auckland Council to preserve the views from Stockade Hill from intensive development. A petition...

SPORT

Laser Nationals 2017 Race Report

By Tony Evans of the Howick Sailing Club Mark (Oliver) and I headed off to Taupo early Tuesday morning. We had reworked my trailer to...

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ART & ENTERTAINMENT

Talented tenor trio take the stage

Operatunity’s Daytime Concert Series is bringing ‘That’s Amore’ to Botany next week, and hope they’ll bring a dose of Italian happiness along with it! Held...

Ladies, hammer and workshop humour

Grab your gal pals and make sure you get yourself along to the Howick Little Theatre for ‘The Pink Hammer’, directed by Patricia Wichman. The...

Bring on the Petal Heads, Rastafairies

Howick Children’s and Youth Theatre has a line-up of two fabulous new productions taking place next week – Patch and Badjelly the Witch. The outdoor...

All aboard the travellin’ comedy

They’ve sailed the seven seas, and now Captain Festus McBoyle and his Travellin’ Variety Show are coming to entertain you on February 25 at...

Dancing to the top

One of East Auckland’s premier dance schools have taken out top spots at an Australasian Dance competition in January. More than 16,000 acts competed at...

Glory days recalled in aviation novel

Pakuranga resident and former Air New Zealand pilot Guy Clapshaw has reached an impressive 3000 sales of his latest book, Tasman Echo Alpha: When...

LIFESTYLE

Scholarship ‘a chance to change my life’

Receiving a health scholarship was the final kick one Cockle Bay resident needed to turn...

Local children’s book reaches the Big Apple

A children’s book printed locally in Pakuranga has been featured in the Australasian National Geographic...

Big day out for Colin’s BMW

It’s the first year Colin Readings will be entering the Auckland Brit and Euro Classic...

Lifeguards hit the beaches

The Surf Life Saving Northern Regions City Nippers programmes have come to town. They consist of...

John’s blue Escort still a head turner

It used to be one of the most common cars on the road. Now, John...

Courgettes – easy peasy zucchini

Americans may have a crush on summer squash; in Italy it’s zucchini that’s bene, and...

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