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Tai Chi benefits Parkinson’s victims

A new Tai Chi initiative is back to help victims of Parkinson’s Disease. The Chen Tai Chi Centre in Highland Park has teamed up with...

Scholarship ‘a chance to change my life’

Receiving a health scholarship was the final kick one Cockle Bay resident needed to turn his life around. A streak of bad health issues had...

Local children’s book reaches the Big Apple

A children’s book printed locally in Pakuranga has been featured in the Australasian National Geographic Kids magazine, distributed throughout primary schools in New York...

Special legal services

Getting quality legal advice is now much easier for Pohutukawa Coast residents. Special services for locals are now on offer from Braden Matson and Breanna...

Big day out for Colin’s BMW

It’s the first year Colin Readings will be entering the Auckland Brit and Euro Classic Car Show, except he won’t be turning up with...

Lifeguards hit the beaches

The Surf Life Saving Northern Regions City Nippers programmes have come to town. They consist of five fun-filled two hour sessions for children aged 5-11. Run...

John’s blue Escort still a head turner

It used to be one of the most common cars on the road. Now, John Metford’s blue Ford Escort is something of a rarity,...

Courgettes – easy peasy zucchini

Americans may have a crush on summer squash; in Italy it’s zucchini that’s bene, and some French will say (when they parlay) that courgettes...

Celebrate locally

With just 10 more weeks till Christmas, it’s time to think about the perfect venue for hosting end of year celebrations. To this end,...

Start up pageant ladder

A Year 13 student at Howick College has been crowned Miss Auckland 2016. Eighteen-year-old Michelle Isemonger won the title last Saturday after six months of...

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