Retailer H&M confirmed for Botany

International fashion giant H&M is coming to Botany Town Centre which is currently undergoing a $78 million development. Botany Centre Management Team yesterday confirmed H&M...

Five named in New Year Honours

Five locals have been named in the New Year’s Honours list including Bucklands Beach-raised Olympian Barbara Kendall who was made a Companion of the...

Parker skating on thin ice

Is the game playing you?

Condors, Aussies new school sevens champs

The 3rd edition of the World School Sevens lived up to its expectations as 19 teams competed over two divisions at Pakuranga United Rugby Club...

BBQ legends hang up tongs

Lifeguards shine in Aussie

Parker skating on thin ice

World School Sevens is here

BROWN: Govt Fees-Free Policy is a fail

OPINION: The Labour-led Government’s election bribe of fees-free tertiary education has been a complete failure...

REVIEW: Electric bikes’ star is on the rise

E-bikes are making huge inroads in the recreational and adventure markets in NZ with growth...

Irish expose All Blacks’ weaknesses

Ireland have done the All Blacks a favour in inflicting upon them their second defeat...

Santa Claus is coming along riding on his sleigh

With only 15 sleeps to the Howick Santa Parade on Sunday December 9, the excitement is mounting. As Bo Burns - who has taken over...

An energetic and foot-tapping musical

The vibrant energy and deep passion for theatre comes across as the talented actors in the musical West-End and Broadway kept the audience thoroughly...

Rocking Diwali celebration

From tongue-tingling South Indian cuisine to henna tattoos, fancy footwork with some cool Bollywood and hip hop moves, more than 100 people had a...

Minister opens well integrated Pakuranga Medical Centre

The formal ribbon-cutting of the $20m Pakuranga Medical Centre was done by Minister of Health...

Time for kids to get their hands dirty

Entries this week officially opened to the Young Gardener of the Year Awards and Kiwi...

It’s a new year for new goals

With the New Year upon us, the Times spoke with Howick nutritionist Danijela Unkovich on...
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Under The Hague Convention A local woman is being forced to return to Australia with her two young children where an abusive ex-partner is waiting for them. The Hague Convention, an international agreement that covers parental child “abduction” which was established in 1980, has remained unchanged for almost 40 years. Lawyers have said the Hague Convention is outdated and re-victimises women who have fled abusive relationships. What do you think?

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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!

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...

Obesity – a killer epidemic

What is Obesity? Obesity is defined as excess accumulation of fat in the body. It is a very serious health issue for individuals, communities and countries.

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