Plant fair coming to Ayrlies

Plant lovers and people who simply want to walk one of New Zealand's top gardens, can attend the two-day Ayrlies Plant Fair, on April...

Ross: Changes needed in mental health care

New Zealand is experiencing a mental health crisis and some of the numbers around this issue are staggering. Almost 670 Kiwis took their own lives...

The legacy of Ian Duder lives on

Recently Clevedon said goodbye to an iconic stalwart of the community. Ian Leslie Duder passed away peacefully on February 12 just hours after his 87th...

Stories of war with Eric Wilson

April is fast-approaching and now we're only a few weeks away from celebrating Anzac Day and Poppy Day. This year Poppy Day is on April...

Students left behind as bus overcrowding continues

With heavy backpacks in tow and their first lesson to get to, seven Somerville Intermediate students were stranded at the bus stop on Tuesday...

Changing lives one dog at a time

Wrangling four black Labradors for a photoshoot was no easy feat. They’re inquisitive, playful and full of energy. But in between belly scratches and tug-o-war, these...

Fatal Golflands crash: Driver named

The driver involved in a four-car-crash that killed a 50-year-old man in east Auckland has been named. Adam Michael Speir, 27, of Pakuranga, is alleged...

Howick Rotary Fun Walk and Run – ready, set…

Dust off your running shoes and break out the – possibly green - activewear because the Howick Rotary Fun Walk and Run is back...

Summer crowds love the car show

More than 10,000 people are estimated to have visited the Brit & Euro Classic Car Show on Sunday. Chairman of the Brit & Euro Classic...

Peace poster success for Mackenzie

Mackenzie Alley has seen her entry in the Lions International Peace Poster Contest go global. Howick Lions Club past president Ian Packwood said Mackenzie, now...

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