Budget 2018 disappointing for education

The release of the Labour Government’s first budget last week has disappointed many after the education sector didn’t receive the cash injection it had...

Hornets named for Tonga match

Auckland Rugby League has this week named a 25-strong premier squad in preparation for the June 2 Upright Access Mann Cup clash with the Tonga New...

Paddle boarding positive for cancer survivors

Anne McLean was never big on exercise. She is a busy mother and preferred leisurely walking with a friend to high impact sport. But when she...

Greats in every sense

Like many others who have grown to appreciate them as champion sportsmen and human beings, I took immense pleasure at the bestowing of knighthoods to...

Ridenton signs with Jets

Former Saint Kentigern College footballer Matthew Ridenton is leaving the Phoenix after signing a two-year contract with last season’s grand final runner-up Newcastle Jets...

Everybody can sing

The Choir in Howick, a local community initiative, is performing its first concert on Saturday, May 19. What makes the choir so special is that...

Song, games and prayer

  Salvation Army Flat Bush is working hard to bring diverse communities together and give them a sense of belonging in Flat Bush. The Flat Bush...

Local MP’s weigh in on new budget

The Government’s first Budget came out yesterday and the Times reached out to our local MP's Simeon Brown and Jami-Lee Ross to see what...

Divided opinions on regional fuel tax

Dozens of locals say the Auckland Council’s Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) will be detrimental to those in lower income brackets. A public consultation was held...

Yappy hours at local cafe

Ormiston Cafe is making room for man’s best friend. With special Yappy Hours devoted to pet pooches on the first Saturday of the month, the...

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