Easter: By the Mob, For the Mob

The Times today runs the second of a two-part series on Easter from the Howick Christian Leaders Network, a network of Christian Leaders representing...

Ray White’s customers come first

Trust and customer loyalty are deeply embedded in the culture of Ray White and they are passionate about providing superior customer experience to every...

Four benefits of learning a new language

If learning a new language has been sitting on your to-do list for ages, there’s no better time than now to think of finally...

Best trained in the world

New Zealand’s plastic surgeons are among the finest in the world. Local people are fortunate to have one of the most experienced plastic surgeons,...

Students roll up sleeves for clean up

Fifty students took to Flat Bush last Friday, in an effort to clean up the area. The students from Tyndale Park Christian School and...

Trust these guys? Sure can

We’ve all been there – looking to source a tradesman/woman or handyperson or an accountant or IT person for work around the house or bach or work..

Old-fashioned courtesy

Two names many locals know to trust are that of Mike Johnson and his business, Howick Tyres & Alignment. After 42 years in the industry,...

Sleep Easy

The Bed People is 100 per cent New Zealand owned and operated by Bob and Brenda Flanagan. Started nine years ago with one Auckland...

Sorry, can you say that again?

  It’s hard trying to have a conversation at the Columbus Café in Botany Town Centre with the constant buzz of background noise. As part of...

Kiwis showing leadership in the workplace about Noise Induced Hearing Loss

Kiwis showing leadership in the workplace about Noise Induced Hearing Loss The National Foundation for the Deaf is calling for registrations for its annual...

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