Wassenaar’s Unplugged wins Estuary prize

The winners of the 2018 Estuary Art and Ecology Prize have been selected by judge Paul Brobbel and are currently on display in Malcolm...

Howick pharmacy collects major award

Crawford House Pharmacy in Howick’s Picton Street  has won the Green Cross Health Innovation in Delivering People Centred Care award at the annual NZ...

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...

Kids gives back to community

Local children stepped it up over the school holidays in an effort to do some good in the community. Auckland Council’s pools and leisure division...

Want to play the guitar?

If you've been trying to teach yourself to play the guitar and are not getting the results you hoped for, Auckland Guitar School can...

Teens killed in Pakuranga crash named

The teenagers who died in a devastating car crash on Friday morning have since been named as 17-year-old Nathaniel (Nathan) Quist and 13-year-old Ella...

Choral Society delivers music from the Great War

Pakuranga Choral Society commemorates the end of World War I in a concert on August 26 devoted to music of the period, and some...

The star of all op shops

The Cancer Society Pre-Loved Boutique in Howick’s Rice’s Mall is the crème-de-la-crème of op shops. And as its relatively new shop manager Gabrielle Brcic will...

Final hearing to save Stockade Hill views

“The Fencible Hall was filled to overflowing on Monday 16th  with Howickians  determined to make the community feeling clear on preserving  Stockade Hill’s 360 degree views...

Gymnast fights kidney failure on her way to Worlds

Katherine Paton is much like any other 24-year-old. She is a sister, a daughter, a qualified vet nurse and a dedicated gymnast who dreams of...