Wassenaar’s Unplugged wins Estuary prize

The winners of the 2018 Estuary Art and Ecology Prize have been selected by judge Paul Brobbel and are currently on display in Malcolm...

Botany and Flat Bush Ethnic Association on the roll

They started with 10 members in March this year and now have a membership of 450. The Botany and Flat Bush Ethnic Association, to promote...

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...

Time to step up for Uxbridge

By Jami-Lee Ross One of my proudest moments last year was seeing the opening of the newly redeveloped Uxbridge Arts Centre. It was a long haul...

Local student’s moving ANZAC day poem, 100 years on

Oh, the rains One to kill on impact The other a creeping barrage of droplets But is it water at all For water is triumphant Roaring like a crowd Not...

Power-packed performances celebrate a fusion of cultures at ASB Polyfest

Charged with energy, ASB Polyfest 2017 came to a foot-tapping end on Saturday. Polyfest, staged at the Manukau Sports Bowl, is the world’s largest Maori...

Minimal Silence make Rockquest finals

Local band, Minimal Silence, is taking the stage in the SmokeFree Rockquest National Finals later this year. Minimal Silence, made up of Howick College students...

BDSC presents Aladdin

Dust off your magic carpets and experience a whole new world at Botany Downs Secondary College this week. Thirty Year 9 and 10 students will...

Elim College wins Best Creative Award

Elim Christian College's Year 11 Chinese Class took home the best creative award in the Chinese Short Film Contest, hosted by International Languages Exchanges...

Kindy with a healthy heart

Anchorage Park Kindergarten was recently awarded for the second time, the Pa-Harakeke Award, which is the highest level, from the Heart Foundation for creating...

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