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...

Citizens Advice Bureau for free advice

It’s nearly 40 years since the Pakuranga Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) opened in a prefab in a Pakuranga car park. Countless people have been...

Leaders unite for hearing impaired

It is not very often that you see a roomful of people having breakfast with hearing protectors on. Around 30 people gathered at The Lounge...

The Silent Leadership Challenge breakfast at The Lounge

The Silent Leadership Challenge by the National Foundation for the Deaf was hosted this morning by Chris and Tony Bull over breakfast at The...

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...

‘We are just like them’

The first time Joshua McKenzie heard the birds sing, he was confused. He wasn’t sure what it was - only to see tears well...

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...

Time to take a stand on hearing loss

In a social experiment, Member of Parliament for Botany Jami-Lee Ross experienced what it was to be hard of hearing when the Times conducted an interview with him on Monday evening with him wearing hearing protectors.

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...

French-up your life in East Auckland!

“There are so many reasons to learn French,” said Alliance Française director José Marie Cortès at the end of his speech earlier this year,...

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