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Howick 170 Years

Volunteers did their bit when war came close to east Auckland

The current lockdown imposed in light of the Covid-19 pandemic has drawn parallels with life in east Auckland during the Second World War. The common...

The Anglo-South African War or Boer War of 1899 to 1902

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary, the Times continues its series by Alan La Roche giving readers a glimpse of life as...

Howick’s early wharves

Local historian Alan La Roche continues his series marking the district's 170th anniversary last year and the countdown to the 175th celebrations When the Fencible...

A good education for Howick students?

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary, the Times continues its series by Alan La Roche giving readers a glimpse of...

Wise women of Howick!

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary, the Times continues its series by Alan La Roche giving readers a glimpse of...

Punt or bridge the Tamaki River?

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary, the Times continues its series giving readers a glimpse of life as it used...

Howick Stockade history

There has been considerable discussion recently on the wonderful views from the Howick Stockade but its history is also important. There is no evidence that...

Early settlers weather prediction

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary, the Times continues its series giving readers a glimpse of life as it used...

Howick’s First Churches

We continue our series by historian Alan La Roche celebrating the 170th anniversary of the Howick region, a stepping stone to the 175th anniversary...

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