Sign o’the times-educator Ev Perry honoured

Ev Perry spent most of his 40-year teaching career at Tamaki College. So, it’s no surprise that three different people nominated the school’s former principal...

Environment: Walk no load of rubbish

Volunteers are pledging to collect a bag of rubbish in their local community during a “Walk and Collect Weekend”, a Facebook event which is...

‘Embracing our Differences’- Mackenzies’ art in US show

Year 9 student Mackenzie Alley from Whitford has had her artwork selected for inclusion in an international exhibition in Florida next year. More than 16,000...

Sizzling!: Festival celebrate’s summer’s arrival

The second Botany and Flat Bush Summer Festival took off on a bright and sunny start at the Ormiston Activity Centre on Sunday. A live...

Election 2020:One seat can make a difference

The 1 News Colmar Brunton political poll on Monday night shows just how much of a difference a single seat in the Parliament can...

Howick History: The “Old Age” Pension

Having served in the British Army for 20 years or more, the Fencibles of Howick, worn out, infirm and poor, collected their paltry pensions...

Aladdin: A whole new world of dance and theatre

Nearly 300 students aged 3-18 will be dancing their way through the production Aladdin on Sunday. Aladdin will be an entertaining and colourful production of...

Transport : AT grilled by Greypower

By Jim Birchall East Aucklanders rely too much on the car and the new AMETI Eastern Busway would go a long way in addressing the...

Education:Ormiston Primary hosts ‘Pop Up’ School

Ormiston Primary School recently held a ‘Pop Up’ School which opened its doors to community members to ‘pop’ in and experience school as they...

Midnight madness:hurt boy’s mother complains to IPCA

By Jim Birchall A boy’s mother has made a formal complaint to the Independent Police Complaints Authority (IPCA) after an alleged serious assault at Midnight...


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