Fox claims European Tour title

Professional golfer Ryan Fox, from Beachlands, has risen to his highest world ranking (64) and also claimed his maiden European Tour title with a...

Mixed results for HP Premier Men

By Jim Allnatt On Saturday the Marie Raos Ray White HPCC Premier Men were on top of the world with a well-earned outright win over...

Blues have genuine talent

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Fox claims European Tour title

Professional golfer Ryan Fox, from Beachlands, has risen to his highest world ranking (64) and also claimed his maiden European Tour title with a...

Blues have genuine talent

Don’t blame young Harry Plummer for missing a conversion and a penalty which would have...

Pakuranga T2/Bus Lane impacts must be consulted on

The T2/Bus lane proposed by Auckland Transport for the duration of the AMETI/Eastern Busway construction...

Black Ferns invincible

Despite crippling injuries that have sidelined stars Portia Woodman and Kelly Brazier, the Black Ferns...

Art explores cultural identity and sexuality

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HOWICK 170 YEARS

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Howick and Beyond Visitors Map 2018

Past, present and future are all represented within this diverse ward. From early Maori occupation and European settler roots to a new multicultural community, the greater Howick Ward has a great deal to offer visitors. The old suburb of Howick, from which the new ward takes its name, is a truly historic precinct with much to see and do for visitors of all persuasions. What’s more, most of it is free!

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