First steps towards a safer Mellons Bay Road

The residents of Mellons Bay Road are one step closer to making their street safer. Sparked by three crashes in eight days, long time resident...

Pageant for a very good cause

If you’re a student at Bucklands Beach Intermediate, you’d be smart to save all your dollar coins for Friday afternoons. For the next few weeks,...

Neighbours angry as 10 houses crammed onto two properties

More than 30 residents in a small Bucklands Beach street are up in arms about a development which will see 10 properties built on...

New $5.9m pier open for business

It’s been years in the making, and now the $5.9 million brand new ferry pier at Half Moon Bay has been officially opened by...

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...

Police seek witnesses following double fatal crash in Clover Park

Police are seeking witnesses to a fatal crash that killed two people on Monday 22nd May in Clover Park. The crash occurred on Te Irirangi...

Canada here to meet Black Sticks

Canada beat Auckland 3-1 on Saturday at Llolyd Elsmore Park in the lead up to a series against The Vantage Black Sticks Men. They are...

Friendships made on Rotary exchange

They arrived in large numbers and made quite an impact. Led by District Governor Margaret Walton, a cheerful and dynamic group of 21 Rotarians from...

Juliet rules in author’s challenge

Somerville Intermediate’s Juliet Curwood has been named the supreme winner of Barfoot & Thompson’s Young Authors Challenge. Another local student Serisha Palmer of Elim Christian...

Farewell to a lifetime in Howick

A lot has changed on Vincent Street in the last 73 years, but one of its residents has remained the same. Kevin Glenny has lived...

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