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...

The legacy of Yvonne Featherstone

Yvonne Featherstone’s 25 year career in New Zealand customs saw her make history as the country's first uniformed female customs officer. In May, Yvonne...

Community Patrollers wanted

  Howick Pakuranga community patrol is celebrating 25 years of helping to keep the local community safe. You may have seen their marked patrol cars in...

Black Caps Blaster gives back

By Jim Birchall Black Cap Colin Munro has presented a signed playing shirt to proud sponsor of Howick Pakuranga Cricket Club, Ray White Howick. Howick Pakuranga...

A new generation of leadership

Ashleigh Harding: Standing for Howick Local Board, Botany Subdivision I’m bringing new energy to the table. My name is Ashleigh Harding. I am a graduate, a...

COMMENT -‘Development had supporters’

A property developer puts his case for a 71-unit residential development in Cockle Bay despite having been refused resource consent by commissioners last month....

Road to respect deservedly earned

By PJ TAYLOR One of New Zealand’s great roots musicians plays to a Howick audience soon, sure to light the stage with his masterclass songwriting...

Grand Taiwanese cultural feast on offer

New Zealand Taiwan Day will be held this weekend at Aotea Square in downtown Auckland. This two-day multicultural event is estimated to attract tens of...

Jami-Lee : Local people deserve a strong local voice

OPINION These columns are usually a welcome chance to raise a local issue, or a question under debate and offer some local thoughts. While it’s...

Drivers wanted : MECOSS looking for volunteers

If you’re interested in paying forward, here is an opportunity. Manukau East Council of Social Services (MECOSS0 is seeking volunteer drivers and companions for its...


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