Help Lions stuff a campervan with jammies

Bucklands Beach Lions Club needs the community's help filling a motorhome with pyjamas for kids who really need them this winter. The club's Roger Robinson...

Howick’s blue artwork removed for repairs

Crawford Reserve’s controversial blue artwork ‘Kid Justice’ has been temporarily removed for repairs. Vandals recently damaged the feet of the $55,000 artwork, which was erected...

Preserving food in a Fencible village

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

War medals stolen

Local resident Kate Strawbridge is hoping the public can help recover stolen war medals and an antique trumpet. Strawbridge has gone to police and has...

New whanau room at Riverina School

It was a community celebration on Friday as Riverina School opened their whanau room during their Mother’s Day Assembly. The whanau room was a project...

Boy racers, drugs, sex and rubbish at Point View Dr

Residents of Point View Dr are having sleepless nights as they worry about their safety. Boy racers doing doughnuts and wheelies till the early hours,...

Seventy apartments threaten native species

Cockle Bay residents say they are not giving up the fight to stop the development of more than 70 apartments in the neighbourhood. At this...

MP calls out AT for abandoning traffic ‘blackspot’

Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross isn’t giving up his fight to have safety improvements carried out to an east Auckland traffic blackspot. Mr Ross says he’s...

Dawn Johnston: Service above self

Del and Dawn, Dawn and Del, never one without the other for the last 52 years. That was until the much-loved Dawn Johnston passed...

A little luncheon goes a long way

It was an array of pink at Half Moon Bay for a very special Pink Ribbon fundraiser. Almost 20 women from the Forever Fit classes...