Choral Society delivers music from the Great War

Pakuranga Choral Society commemorates the end of World War I in a concert on August 26 devoted to music of the period, and some...

Nadia Lim calls Aucklanders to host a Pink Ribbon Breakfast

Registrations are now open for Pink Ribbon Breakfast, with celebrity cook and author Nadia Lim encouraging Aucklanders to invite their friends to breakfast in...

Tenants sour over Highland Park plans

At least two retailers at Highland Park Shopping Centre are seeking legal advice over redevelopment plans which will likely see them surrender their leases...

Inspiring work from BBI students

Four students, part of Bucklands Beach Intermediate's Inspiring Leadership Group, were encouraged to fundraise for those less fortunate people, especially in winter time. These four...

Elim College wins Best Creative Award

Elim Christian College's Year 11 Chinese Class took home the best creative award in the Chinese Short Film Contest, hosted by International Languages Exchanges...

New Primary School-heart of Nikau

From posh kids to those a little rough around the edges, she has taught at some of the best international schools all over the...

Bullied boy became bully

For two years he sat outside the school staff room so that other kids wouldn't pick on him. Then one day he was invited by...

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...

Who can pick the most pods?

How many moth plant pods can a Botany Downs Secondary College (BDSC) student pick when he enters a pod picking competition? Amelali Vaka picked 1083...

School buses cut

Panic is mounting among the parents of east Auckland school children as 16 schools will be losing some of their school buses next year. As...

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