Seed of contentment or chaos

IVF isn’t foolproof and IUDs aren’t failsafe. iPhones come with ovulation apps and being married doesn’t mean you have to breed. This is about the...

One of the best in concert series

From rock n’ roll love triangles to soulful music and parodies, the Shake Rattle & Roll Operatunity Daytime Concert at St Columba Church  on...

High-flying author wings her way to Howick College

Jess Pawley created a lot of excitement with brown feathered wings that were four metres long when she visited Howick College recently. The author signed...

St Kents student to perform in Cats the musical

It’s one of the longest-running shows in West End and Broadway and has been performed in around 30 countries and seen by more than...

Botany and Flat Bush Ethnic Association on the roll

They started with 10 members in March this year and now have a membership of 450. The Botany and Flat Bush Ethnic Association, to promote...

Nathan Haines is heading to Uxbridge

New Zealand born musician Nathan Haines is heading to Uxbridge this month. The vocalist and saxophonist will take the stage against all odds for a...

End of an era for Pakuranga Madrigal Choir

After 43 years together, the Pakuranga Madrigal Choir is coming to an end. They are disbanding and will embark on their own journey’s following the...

Local student’s moving ANZAC day poem, 100 years on

Oh, the rains One to kill on impact The other a creeping barrage of droplets But is it water at all For water is triumphant Roaring like a crowd Not...

Tom Sawyer brought back to life

Travel back in time to 1840s Missouri with Howick Children's and Youth Theatre. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer are coming to life through a cast...

Macleans College presents: Miss Saigon

Take a step back to the last days of the Vietnam War this week as one of the world's most beloved musicals,  Miss Saigon,...

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