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Dial M for Murder

Tension. That’s what audiences can expect at Howick Little Theatre’s latest production, Dial M for Murder. The psychological thriller, directed by Alex Gleed, focuses on...

Home Show pipped to be best yet

The Auckland Home Show returns this week at ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane and runs through till Sunday, with more than 50,000 visitors expected to visit...

Kindy with a healthy heart

Anchorage Park Kindergarten was recently awarded for the second time, the Pa-Harakeke Award, which is the highest level, from the Heart Foundation for creating...

But you love me daddy

Once a year, Pigeon Mountain Primary School takes time out to thank the special blokes in their students' lives and enact the school motto...

A proud display at Howick Historical Village

Lew Duffet was truly moved when he heard that the Howick and Districts Historical Society were going to honour the memory of his favourite...

Spring festival packed with power

Sitting in the front row and swaying to the rhythm of the beat at the Koanga Festival hosted on Saturday at Somerville Intermediate School...

Minimal Silence celebrate Rockquest win

Howick College’s Minimal Silence took out first place at the 2017 SmokeFree Rockquest on Saturday. As winners they join the likes of Bic Runga, Opshop,...

Just joking

So what is a dad joke? An unoriginal or unfunny joke, supposedly told by middle-aged or older men. This weekend, Botany Town Centre is encouraging...

Treat your dad with a trip back to the future

Dads get to travel through time this Father’s Day with the chance to experience a DeLorean Time Machine from the film Back to the...

Exquisite works of art on a plate

Around 40 chefs from five countries competed for two days at the International 2017 New Zealand Master Chef challenge held at the Fresh Factory—a...

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