Students knit for a cause

A local school is hosting a knit-a-thon to help keep the community warm. The knit-a-thon is part of a new Student Volunteer Army (SVA) initiative...

New Zealand Vietnam Veterans’ Day commemorated tomorrow

New Zealand Vietnam Veterans’ Day commemorated tomorrow. New Zealand’s Vietnam War veterans are commemorating the fallen, remembering the war and what came after, and catching...
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`I’m here if you need anything’

Labour Party candidate for Botany Tofik Mamedov knocked on 500 doors in and around the Golflands area, on the weekend. The hard-working candidate, who arrived...
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Unfinished business

Barry Kirker, Labour's candidate in Pakuranga in this month's general elections, fancies his chances of increasing both the party and candidate vote in a...
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Confident, determined and ready to serve

Jami-Lee Ross is no stranger to politics.  He’s confident, he’s determined and he knows what he wants. He first stood for local council in 2004...

Young guns ready to fire

Asafo Aumua, Caleb Clarke and Will Jordon are three classy superstars from the world champion NZ Under 20 rugby team capable of making a...

Bruce McLaren tribute painting unveiled

An oil painting of Bruce McLaren has been unveiled as a tribute to his life and legacy. More than 200 residents and visitors packed out...

Will Howick be Auckland’s first pest free suburb?

Farm Cove Intermediate School has taken the lead in getting rats to leave town. They are not playing the Piped Piper of Hamelin but are...

Police target Beachlands drink drivers

Ten drivers were pinged for drink driving in Beachlands last weekend, and police are concerned. Counties Manukau Police ran a Road Policing Operation which targeted...

To Russia with love

Donna Agnew is a counsellor. But she still must dig deep to rationalise just how it is she can cope with the autoimmune disease...

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