School buses cut

Panic is mounting among the parents of east Auckland school children as 16 schools will be losing some of their school buses next year. As...

Paddling towards life after cancer

Cancer survivors are being encouraged to pick up a paddle and get out on the water in a new initiative. PaddleOn, a four week stand...

Divided opinions on regional fuel tax

Dozens of locals say the Auckland Council’s Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) will be detrimental to those in lower income brackets. A public consultation was held...

Half Moon Bay ferry pier wins award

Auckland Transport’s (AT) Half Moon Bay ferry pier has won an Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) New Zealand Excellence Awards – Best...

Global impact rewarded

Social enterprise is done just because it’s right but taking time to recognise an organisation’s community-mindedness creates lots of warm fuzzies and motivation for...

Feeding the needy

At least two dozen meals will be going to feed hungry families this week thanks to a group of students at Somerville Intermediate. Twenty five kids...

Howick service to mark 100th anniversary of Armistice Day

A commemorative service is being held on Howick's Stockade Hill to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. Howick Local Board is partnering with the Howick Returned...

Countdown to Howick’s Santa Parade

There’s just nine sleeps until Howick Santa Parade and organisers Bo and Pip Burns are putting the final frantic touches to the very full...

Golflands crash: $169k raised for family

More than $160,000 has been raised through a givealittle page for the family of the man killed while stopped at a Botany intersection. Zhengwen Alan...

Residents take park safety fight to local board

Concerned residents have launched a petition asking for action to be taken to reduce anti-social activity and violence at an east Auckland park. The Northpark...

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