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...

Paddling towards life after cancer

Cancer survivors are being encouraged to pick up a paddle and get out on the water in a new initiative. PaddleOn, a four week stand...

Welcoming the Year of the Dog

  Representatives from race relations, Human Rights Commission, Howick Local Board, police, pastors, school principals and other prominent members of the community were there in...

It’s a new year for new goals

With the New Year upon us, the Times spoke with Howick nutritionist Danijela Unkovich on how to achieve a healthier lifestyle and mindset in...

Innovation award for local business

A local personal training business has received the Innovation of the Year award at the recent New Zealand Exercise Awards. Busy Body Personal Training received...

Flash, fast and furious

The flash $10 million LaFerrari Aperta which is so exclusive that according to some, even the Sultan of Brunei wasn’t allowed to buy it,...

Love BBQs? Meatstock is back

Meatstock, the carnival for carnivores, will return to Auckland on February 24, 25. The protein-packed festival will be hosting two of the meatiest names in...

O’Sullivan sets sights high

Talk about great expectations. Big things are expected of Dr Lance O’ Sullivan. Described as a passionate public health campaigner, the New Zealander of the...

Farewell to a lifetime in Howick

A lot has changed on Vincent Street in the last 73 years, but one of its residents has remained the same. Kevin Glenny has lived...

Nature-focused kindergarten to turn children’s orchard dream into reality

There will be a buzz of excitement and activity in front of Pakuranga Baptist Kindergarten as the children, families and community of the kindergarten...

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