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...

Somerville Rotary keeps babies warm

Not many are aware that synthetic fleeces aren’t breathable and can increase the baby’s risk of overheating in their sleep. Polar fleece and mink...

Local woman celebrated for work with children

Caylee Brown, a Botany local, has received the Field Manager 500K and under award at this years Westpac Franchise Awards. Brown, the eldest of five...

Asbestos contaminated property could become daycare

There are concerns over plans to turn a Howick residence contaminated with asbestos into an early childhood education centre. A neighbour who goes by the...

A step in the right direction

Pakuranga MP Simeon Brown said he is pleased to see that the Plan Change 3 has been accepted by Commissioners appointed by Auckland Council...

Cuppa with a cop

In a unique move, the Asian Council of Reducing Crime has come up with an idea of people approaching the police without an element...

Botany Crime Watch gets a brand new Kia Sportage

It was a moment they have all been waiting for. Long time, dedicated volunteers of the Botany Crime Watch Patrol were pleased to see Matthew...

Mystery of missing flagpole solved

The mystery of the missing flag pole on Moore Street has been the topic of much consternation over the past few years, not least...

Unkovich crowned Miss International NZ

One of our very own is heading to Tokyo to represent New Zealand on the international stage. After three months of intense rehearsals and charity...

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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