People’s Choice presentation

Following the end of the Estuary Art and Ecology Prize, votes were counted for the People's Choice Award and, incredibly, two artworks are selected...

Women’s Institute honours outstanding member

A woman described as an outstanding member of Maraetai Women’s Institute has been recognised for her leadership and contribution. Marilyn Boucher has been awarded the...

Kiwi photographer capturing a world in crisis

When Helen Manson started working as a humanitarian photographer, she found herself thinking the people she photographed were somehow fundamentally different from her. The 33-year...

Fighting for Stockade Hill views through music

The fight to save Stockade Hill views now has a catchy tune. Howick songwriter Tony King has written a song about the long-standing battle to...

Remembering A Tragedy

Tim & Julie Fowler (nee Goddard) join Anglican Church Priest Scott Malcolm at the Howick Coastguard's 60th birthday as he gives the dedication at...

Howick volunteer wins Coastguard award

Howick local Bradley McKenzie has won the Coastguard Supporter Young Volunteer of the Year Award. Every year Coastguard recognises its young volunteers from across the...

Third intervention centre for men

  Ranjna Patel couldn’t stop the tears at the official opening of Gandhi Nivas, the third early intervention centre for men involved in domestic violence. With...

A boy and his horse win big award

When William Gauld is with his horse, Theo, he feels calm and happy. And by writing about it, the Clevedon School student nabbed first place...

Three new exhibitions at Polish Museum

Come visit us at 125 Elliot Street, behind Liquorland. '1918-2018 Poland 100 Years'. 2018 is a special year in the history of Poland. Poland was...

Students left behind as bus overcrowding continues

With heavy backpacks in tow and their first lesson to get to, seven Somerville Intermediate students were stranded at the bus stop on Tuesday...

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