Is this east Auckland’s messiest street?

If there was an award given for the messiest street in east Auckland, Elevation Street in Flat Bush would be a strong contender to...

Rubbish dumped outside charity store

Some people are taking advantage of the latest Covid-19 lockdown to de-clutter their homes, but not in a way that's productive or legal. Large piles...

Luxon: Government must park Three Waters plans

Labour must listen to the multitude of mayors pleading for the Three Waters plans to be dumped, National’s Local Government spokesperson Christopher Luxon says. “With...

Keeping safe during Covid

Kia ora! At the onset of Covid-19 level four lockdown starting last month, it was great to see our community fall straight back into the...

Connect with nature this lockdown

The Department of Conservation (DOC) is encouraging people to take a moment for nature at home or online this 52nd annual Conservation Week to...

Dam levels rising

Water levels in Auckland dams have nudged over 60 per cent capacity, the highest since February. The region's population has been closely watching personal water...

Environmental initiatives available to community

The Beautification Trust has launched four new initiatives to help empower south and east Auckland communities to lead their own successful environmental and beautification...

Three Waters a big worry

I recently travelled to Blenheim for the Local Government New Zealand conference in my role as National's Local Government spokesperson. The annual conference is one...

Residents step up to fight council plan to sell reserves

Local residents opposed to the sale of public reserves in east Auckland say they're determined to keep up the fight. Auckland Council's finance and performance...

Estuary Art and Ecology Exhibition remains open

The Estuary Art Exhibition remains open for the public to view at the Uxbridge Creative Centre until August 28. The Estuary Art and Ecology Award...

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