Flatmate: ‘Nutter’ set own room alight

The fire which gutted most of a Somerville Road home last week was allegedly caused by a disgruntled 24-year-old flatmate who torched his own...

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...

Clothes Swap to stop sex trafficking

When 19-year-old Jessica Drummond walked the streets of Thailand and Cambodia last year, she realised how lucky she was to have grown up the...

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...

Festival celebrating full moon and cultural diversity

It’s one of Asia’s biggest celebrations and now local residents get to enjoy an evening of culture and tradition at Howick’s first Moon Festival. Howick...

Feedback sought on road changes

Botany Road will be safer and less congested, Auckland Transport (AT) says, following its proposed changes to two major intersections. AT is seeking feedback until...

Happy 25th Birthday to Sommerville Vet Centre

This week Sommerville Veterinary Centre marked a special milestone with their 25th birthday celebrations. The team gathered with cupcakes, decorations and party hats on Monday...

‘It could have been any of us’

In the wake of the terror attacks on two mosques in Christchurch last Friday which claimed the lives of 50 people, the Times has...

Times takes swag of awards

Times Media has been rewarded with a number of accolades at the New Zealand Community Newspapers awards. Its flagship newspaper Howick and Pakuranga Times won...

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...

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