Farewell exhibition for local artist Tony Clarke

After 16 years spent teaching hundreds of students and staging numerous student exhibitions from his Pakuranga studio, Tony Clarke is on the move. To mark...

Best mates fighting for survival

What are the chances of two best mates in college meeting up after many years and discussing everything under the sun except that they...

Dial M for Murder

Tension. That’s what audiences can expect at Howick Little Theatre’s latest production, Dial M for Murder. The psychological thriller, directed by Alex Gleed, focuses on...

Being a teenager in the 80s

Bright costumes, big hair and even bigger music with loads of humour and talent... Mission Heights Junior College (MHJC) is set to bring an...

Botany Downs win Stage Challenge

Botany Downs Secondary College has taken out first place in the Stage Challenge RAW Division with their performance Endangered species. The Stage Challenge is New...

Ugly learns to celebrate his differences

A delightful tale of self worth is coming to Uxbridge these school holidays with a very special Ruske Performing Arts (RPA) musical adaptation of...

Dancing to the top

One of East Auckland’s premier dance schools have taken out top spots at an Australasian Dance competition in January. More than 16,000 acts competed at...

New mobile app tell stories of Howick’s past

Howick Local Board is bringing the area’s history in to the 21st Century with the launch of the Howick’s Heritage mobile app. The interactive walking...

Musicians in Unity

New Zealand’s charity-focused orchestra Wairua Sinfonietta presents Unity, a concert featuring works by composers Bach, Hadyn and NZ composer David Hamilton. Held at St Luke’s...

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...

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