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Moth pod competition heeds revolutionary results

The Eastern Enviroschools cluster has celebrated schools working to reduce waste and eradicate moth plants. Students, teachers and parents from a variety of Howick Ward...

Point View Heritage Society marks 20 years

On Sunday May 30, the Point View Heritage Society celebrated the 20th anniversary of its incorporation with a luncheon at Fisher House in Highbrook. The...

Investigation called into intersection safety

An investigation has been requested into the traffic management of a busy east Auckland intersection following a crash that saw a vehicle end up...

Hard work paying off

Work programme Our board has worked hard over the last weeks prioritising, finalising and approving our annual work programme. This is based on the feedback from...

Top sportspeople honoured

Black Caps star Glenn Philips - out of the Pakuranga Cricket Club - was named Internationalist of the Year at the Howick Sports Awards...

Flat Bush library project on hold

People living in one of New Zealand's fastest growing communities will have to wait a little longer to get their own library and community...

Ardern opens social housing development

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has officially opened a new social housing development built in east Auckland by Christian charity the Salvation Army. Ardern and Housing...

Rugby club looks to East

John East has a lot on his plate. That was not the plan. At 62, he was already looking to buying a boat and heading...

Community shares concerns over future of Howick Police Station

Last week Botany MP Christopher Luxon and I held a public meeting to discuss the future of the Howick Police Station which was attended...

Community demands continued police presence

Police have delivered a strong public commitment to maintain a physical presence in Howick despite uncertainty surrounding the future of the community’s local station. About...

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