Dog adoption day

  Botany Town Centre  will host a Dog Adoption Day in conjunction with DC Rescue Dogs and Auckland Puppy Rescue to try find forever homes...

Eco Day: A day for the environment

  Protecting the environment is no easy feat. But Howick’s very own Eco-Day on Saturday June 29 will give you all the tips and tricks to...

Holey Moley! Botany car park becoming safety risk

By Jim Birchall Potholes continue to plague the carpark adjacent to the Warehouse and Pak n Save at Botany Town centre. The area which is owned...

Dare to Explore party: from Jurassic Land to Tomorrow Land

Around 1650 children enrolled across the Howick Local Board for the finale of Kia Maia te Whai- Dare to Explore adventure hosted at the...

PAK’nSAVE getting closer to reality for Highland Park

With a resource consent now lodged with Auckland Council, PAK'nSAVE Highland Park is edging closer to becoming a reality. Lindsay Rowles, GM property & membership...

Pam retires after three decades as secretary

Pamela Taylor remembers the very first building that was plonked at the site of what is now the Howick Historical Village. "I think it was...

Local Iraqis call for peace

Two Kiwi-Iraqis living in east Auckland are working to raise awareness of violence in their Middle Eastern homeland that’s resulted in the deaths of...

Citizens Advice Bureau response to Covid-19

Citizens Advice Bureau available by phone and online while face-to-face service suspended CABs around New Zealand will provide services by phone and online only as...

Ormiston Town Centre begins to take shape

One of Auckland’s fastest growing communities is about to undergo a significant transformation, with the construction of a new $200 million-plus town centre being...

The lollipop lady: Granny May says farewell

After more than 20 years of coming to Howick Primary before and after school, ‘Granny’ Mary Harmsworth has finally decided to hang up her...


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