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MoH update; Wellington to move to Alert Level 2

No new community cases; four cases of Covid-19 in managed isolation; further locations of interest June 23, 2021 The Wellington region will move to alert level...

Luxon slams Government on cycle bridge

Botany MP Christopher Luxon says the Government has already spent more than $30 million on the proposed new bridge for cyclists and pedestrians across...

‘Govt needs to be more ambitious with its plans to restore Gulf’

The Hauraki Gulf Forum welcomes today’s announcement of the Government’s long-awaited response to the Sea Change Tai Timu Tai Pari plan for the Hauraki...

BBYC: AC defence should stay in NZ

Bucklands Beach Yacht Club (BBYC) wants to see Emirates Team New Zealand (ETNZ) host the America's Cup challenge in New Zealand but accepts that...

Lucky Taniya wins new car

Botany's Taniya Bassi won a brand new car on Saturday. The car giveaway was just one of many events on as a part of Botany...

Students become weta hotel extraordinaires

Mission Heights Junior College Year 8 students have participated in an innovative STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) project by creating 'weta hotels'. The STEM...

Birds of Howick

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

Cycle bridge a kick in guts to nurses and police

The Government's recent announcement to build a nearly-$800 million cycle bridge across Auckland's harbour has come as a kick in the guts to the...

Young stall holder impresses

Teo is the youngest stall holder at the Howick Village Markets on Saturday mornings. She is extremely dedicated to turning up at sunrise and engaging...

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...

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