Local business owner’s travel dreams come true

For former Howick & Pakuranga Times reporter Linda Shackelford, being selected as a New Caledonia ambassador in New Zealand was an incredible surprise and an experience...

Taiwan Day promises a lot of fun

Centred around the theme of ‘Fun, Flavours and Friendship’, Taiwan Day on October 27 and 28 at the Aotea Square will include live music,...

Howick service to mark 100th anniversary of Armistice Day

A commemorative service is being held on Howick's Stockade Hill to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. Howick Local Board is partnering with the Howick Returned...

Local ‘Ten Pound Pom’ publishes book to help migrants

Long-term Howick resident Clifford Owler arrived in New Zealand from Glasgow in 1956 on the HMS Captain Cook to work as a baker. Owler had...

Help Coastguard save 19 lives today

Coastguard are appealing to the New Zealand public for donations to help them continue their life-saving efforts in providing professional marine and rescue services. Every...

Tolerance the secret to marriage

Ask this couple of six decades the secret to their long married life and both of them attribute it to tolerance. Jacob and Janice Abbenes...

Third intervention centre for men

  Ranjna Patel couldn’t stop the tears at the official opening of Gandhi Nivas, the third early intervention centre for men involved in domestic violence. With...

Puppies find forever homes

Over ten dogs found a forever home at the Dog Adoption Day hosted at the Botany Town Centre at the weekend. There is a bit...

‘I don’t feel safe in my own home’

A Highland Park family is at its wit's end after what they claim have been eight months of intimidation, bylaw breaches and questionable behaviour...

The annual Bookarama has begun

A group of eager booklovers were up bright and early this morning to be the first ones through the door of this year’s Bookarama. Hosted...

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