Bringing the Howick hills alive with local talent

The Howick hills are well and truly humming with The Sound of Music. The upcoming production at the Harlequin Theatre, has over 75 per cent...

Easter art: artists wanted!

East Auckland artists have been creating Easter Art for the past 13 years as part of Stations of the Cross. Exhibition organisers from Cession Community...

Elim Christian College’s spirited athletics day 

By Bethany Britten and Alesha Kant Elim Christian College recently held their Year 11-13 Athletics Day at Lloyd Elsmore Park, after it being postponed the...

Gatland stars blast Irish

In completing a record third Six Nations Grand Slam as Wales rugby coach with an...

‘… It is as if he has killed all of humanity’

Fifty people died in an act of terror at the Masjid Al Noor Mosque and...

‘Let us rise from this tragedy’

Fifty people died in an act of terror at the Masjid Al Noor Mosque and...

Easter art: artists wanted!

East Auckland artists have been creating Easter Art for the past 13 years as part of Stations of the Cross. Exhibition organisers from Cession Community...

In a spin for music charity

Ever wondered how music is created and captured on a vinyl record? With the renaissance for...

Plant fair coming to Ayrlies

Plant lovers and people who simply want to walk one of New Zealand's top gardens,...

A tale of two gardens at a Bucklands Beach home

A garden should have an element of mystery. You should never be able to look at...
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HOWICK 170 YEARS

Howick’s First Churches

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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