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By-election race not over yet.

Transport, congestion and rates were the top issues raised at the Howick Youth Council by-election debate on Tuesday night. Held at Uxbridge Arts & Culture,...

Howick Ward by-election voting opens 22 August

Voting papers for the Howick Ward by-election will be sent to eligible voters from 22 August and voting closes at 12 noon on Thursday...

Government going backwards

Employment law reform is one of the most talked about issues in New Zealand right now, as businesses across the country worry what might...

Brown: “Mixed messages from Government on mental health”

    Mental health is a significant issue facing New Zealand, with Labour coming to Government promising to make radical reforms to the sector. We were repeatedly...

Six step up for council seat

In May the community suffered a tragic loss with the passing of beloved Howick Ward Councillor Dick Quax. His passing left a vacancy on...

Dan Bidois MP: Maiden Speech

Tēnā koutou katoa. Ko Tainui Te Waka. Ko Waikato Te Awa. Ko Ngati Maniapoto Te Iwi. Ko Ngati Huiao Te Hapu. Ko Kakepuku Te...

Brown: “Coalition chaos means three strikes law will stay”

I was very pleased with the announcement earlier this week that the Government will not be going ahead with its proposal to scrap the...

Bridges: Children should inherit a healthy economy

“What is your opinion on state homes being converted to P Labs?” one local asked Leader of Opposition Simon Bridges on his visit to...

Unnecessary raid on our wallets

The Auckland Council has now voted to open their final stage of consultation on the proposed Regional Fuel Tax for Auckland. If this is...

David Carter: ‘You’ve just got to suck it up’

He's a good mechanic. The last time seasoned politician and former Speaker of the House David Carter visited east Auckland he not only campaigned...

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