TB an isolated case

False rumours of a tuberculosis (TB) outbreak at the Highland Park Community House (HPCH) have been shut down. Auckland Council and the chair for the...

Local raises $15,000 for charity

Local teacher and Miss World finalist Natasha Unkovich has raised more than $15,000 in a string of local fundraising events. Over the weekend Unkovich held...

Maintenance and project delays frustrate board members

Some local board members are fed up as community maintenance and funded projects continue to fall by the wayside. Long standing board member Adele White...

Change of guard in Rotary

The first of July marks the beginning of a new year  in Rotary and celebrates the changeover of presidents in Rotary Clubs all over...

Three new exhibitions at Polish Museum

Come visit us at 125 Elliot Street, behind Liquorland. '1918-2018 Poland 100 Years'. 2018 is a special year in the history of Poland. Poland was...

Residents urged to speak up on freedom camping

The recent proposal announced by the Auckland Council would allow freedom campers to stay at seven sites around the Howick Ward. Howick ward Councillor Sharon...

Speech contest highlights ethical standards

Howick Rotary held its annual Brian Hanlon Howick College 4 – Way Test Speech Contest for year 9 and 10 students last Tuesday evening. Finalists...

Christmas Wonder Park a huge success

The first ever Christmas Wonder Park on the weekend at Barry Curtis Park attracted a good turn-out. Organised by the New Hope Community Trust  in...

Stabbing, street fights at Tarnica Park

Residents of Tarnica Road, Northpark, have had enough. The anti-social behaviour of unruly teenagers at the park on Tarnica Road starts as early as 5pm...

From Bangers to Bluff for charity

And they’re off. Around 40 travellers hit the road on Tuesday morning in cars that cost them less than $2000 for the annual ‘Bangers to...


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