Howick singer reaches top six of Popstars

Howick local Christabel Williams has taken New Zealand's singing competition Popstars by storm. Popstars is the modern adaptation of the 90s version that produced the...

Successful storyteller leaves legacy

Former Howickian and successful children's book author Gavin Gosney has passed away. A death notice in the NZ Herald states he died peacefully at his home...

Aladdin brings some magic

THIS PRODUCTION WILL BE DELAYED DUE TO THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN. Howick Intermediate is showcasing a family-friendly and fun-filled production of Aladdin this week. Ruth Hickton, specialist...

Young dancer tops competition

A talented east Auckland school student has won the main prize at a prestigious New Zealand dance convention. Howick College pupil Brooke Scully, 17, has...

School bands set to make local debut

Two talented school bands will join accomplished performers in a double-header gig in east Auckland that's sure to delight jazz music aficionados. Popular Kiwi jazz-funk...

Grease comes to Howick College

By Vanessa Pickett All our favourite characters from the 1978 hit movie Grease, were very much alive and rocking at Howick College on Tuesday May...

Share Boating supports Doc Edge Festival

Following the success of the America’s Cup events and sailing charters on Sir Peter Blake’s Steinlager 2 late summer, Whitford-based e-commerce platform Share Boating...

Te Tuhi Cafe nominated for national awards

The Te Tuhi Cafe has been nominated for national accessibility awards. The Pakuranga cafe on Reeves Road has been nominated for the Access Matters People's...

Somerville showtime!

Taking their enthusiasm to new heights are Somerville Intermediate School Madagascar performers, from top clockwise, Alana Burn as Melman, Harnoor Kaur as Foosa, Mia...

Howick Intermediate shows its class

Howick Intermediate has placed second for best use of drama and placed second overall for the intermediate schools at the Auckland leg of Showquest,...

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