It’s official – Hugo’s a rugby ref

On a cold winter’s Saturday morning, you wont find this teenage boy playing Fortnite. Instead he is refereeing Auckland children on the rugby field. Hugo...

Chinese musicians set up shop

By Marianne Kelly Chinese musician William Yu has found his magical place surrounded by a plethora of traditional instruments in the new premises he and...

Do you recognise this man?

Counties Manukau Police are looking for a man in relation to a burglary in Cockle Bay. The man was seen loitering on Pah Rd around 5pm...

Beachlands development causes a stir

Around 16.38 hectare of prime property is earmarked for immediate development and it has upset a lot of Beachlands residents. Located at 109 Beachlands Road,...

Dial M for Murder

Tension. That’s what audiences can expect at Howick Little Theatre’s latest production, Dial M for Murder. The psychological thriller, directed by Alex Gleed, focuses on...

CAB: Are you having tree trouble?

Trees have always been a bone of contention among neighbours and we at Citizens Advice Bureau hear about it very often. Whether your neighbour’s tree...

Howick woman first female chair of dam industry body

Ex-Pakuranga College Head Girl Rebecca Knott (nee Nicholson) has recently become the first female chair of the New Zealand Society on Large Dams (NZSOLD). Knott,...

Vector Wero Whitewater Park secures 2021 International Canoe Federation world champs

Another world championship is on its way to Manukau, proving Vector Wero Whitewater Park can make waves across the globe. The International Canoe Federation (ICF)...

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...

Beware the Highlanders

Having had the Hurricanes burst their unbeaten bubble in a 31-22 Cake Tin thriller, the Crusaders will be wary hosting the dangerous Highlanders in...

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