Measles reported at two east Auckland schools

Two cases of the highly contagious disease measles have been reported at two local schools. Dr Julia Peters, clinical director at the Auckland Regional Public...

Orchestra brings beats to Howick

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) musicians are heading to All Saints Church in Howick on Monday  July 1 to showcase the incredibly versatile side of...

Shervonne is taking the stage

By Hannah Williams Pakuranga College student Shervonne Grierson is still grasping the fact she will be taking the stage at the Pop-Up Globe here in...

Nathan takes on the comedic world

By Hannah Williams Local comedian Nathan Wilson has been making waves in the comedy community as he pursues a career in the funny business. Raised here...

New cheer squad in town

Home games just got a little more entertaining at a local rugby league club. Armed with pompoms and bursting with enthusiasm, 11 youngsters take to...

The CNA Award for the Best Front Page newspaper goes to

The moment was electric. We waited with bated breaths as Brendan Dooley one of the world’s most quick-witted magicians and Master of Ceremony at the...

It’s a circus out there

Everyone loves a good Samaritan. However they’re not always thanked for all their selfless work in the community. This time it was different as Mike Turinsky...

Izzy a gateway to tolerance

Bullied, ostracised and treated like a social outcast, Izilah Mohammed is determined to find her identity through a soft toy with a hijab called...

Muller Law celebrates 40 years

It was a Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr who said (in French) in 1949: “The more things change, the more they stay the same”. Even 40 years after...

Marking the millionth tree milestone with Puriri planting

More than 50 Mission Heights Junior College Year 7 students joined 250 other volunteers at Totara Park last week to support Auckland Mayor Phil...


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