Deft Doublinszki mesmerises Uxbridge audience

He’s got talent, and Thursday night’s performance was no exception for accomplished musician Peter Doublinszki. Having toured Europe extensively, it was a nice surprise to...

Blaise takes the stage in Shortland Street the Musical

When born and bred Howickian, Blaise Clotworthy was 10-years-old, he told his grandmother he one day wanted to be paid to tap dance. Now 15...

Comedy stars on the scene

He’s been on the Australian, UK and New Zealand comedy circuits for years, and now the talented Jesse Griffin is bringing his expertise to...

Surreal, twisted and pure fantasy

It’s ok not to know where you belong, says international urban artist and graphic designer of Swiss and Thai heritage. “I am a third culture...

Miss Auckland taking on the world

After a whirlwind year of charity events and fundraisers, our very own Miss Auckland is ready to take on the world. Last week Howick local...

Parade organiser bids farewell

The long-time organiser of the iconic Howick Santa Parade is leaving the position she has held for more than a decade. Emma Smith, the circulation...

Local schools win at Eye on Nature competition

By Nathan Morton Pakuranga College student Judges found Auckland’s most promising, young fashion designers and chefs earlier last week, as schools shone at this year’s Eye...

Life is one big adventure for Xin

It’s a fabulous, fun, family show for all ages featuring sophisticated contemporary dance, and tomorrow’s The Adventures of Xin show at Uxbridge Arts and...

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...

Choral Festival a resounding success

It was the first time that all 740 students of Mission Heights Primary participated in the inaugural Choral Festival that the school hosted on...

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