Is this east Auckland’s messiest street?

If there was an award given for the messiest street in east Auckland, Elevation Street in Flat Bush would be a strong contender to...

Rubbish dumped outside charity store

Some people are taking advantage of the latest Covid-19 lockdown to de-clutter their homes, but not in a way that's productive or legal. Large piles...

Te Puru Park to get vital upgrade

Te Puru Park at Beachlands will be see improved facilities in the next year. Auckland Council says that growing player numbers have put pressure on...

Keeping safe during Covid

Kia ora! At the onset of Covid-19 level four lockdown starting last month, it was great to see our community fall straight back into the...

BMX club keen to get pumping

Ambitious east Auckland BMX bike riders are hoping to build a new sport facility for the community that could cost up to $500,000. The Pakuranga-based...

Let your colours fly

Chorus and the Beautification Trust is encouraging east Aucklanders to let their colours fly in their latest creative initiative. They are calling for local artists...

Elliot St ‘a danger’

A Dannemora woman has raised concerns to Auckland Council and Auckland Transport over a busy street behind Owairoa Primary School in Howick. Elliot Street is...

Police station land will soon be for sale

Attempts to stop the sale of land occupied by the Howick police station in east Auckland appear to have failed. As the Times has previously reported,...

Tourist attraction looks to the future

One of east Auckland's most well known tourist attractions has created a strategic plan in an effort to ensure its survival. The Howick Historical Village...

Improvement work is under way

Kia ora! Alcohol ban Working closely with the Howick Business Association, Auckland Council's operations team has installed four new alcohol ban signs within the Howick Village. The...

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