Water storage highest since 2019

Dam levels have risen past 90 per cent for the first time since February 4, 2019. Recent rainfall events have had a positive impact on...

Time for a plan back to freedom

By Simeon Brown, MP for Pakuranga Over the last couple of weeks, I'm sure many of you have been becoming increasingly frustrated by the...

Nominations open for local restaurants

Menulog is inviting nominations for Kiwis to vote for their favourite local restaurants. With the NZ restaurant industry continuing to face challenges during rolling lockdowns,...

Former Cockle Bay Primary teacher dies

A former Cockle Bay Primary teacher, Lovest Reynolds, has died. Lovest, a long-time Howick and Pakuranga resident, passed away after a short illness on September...

Covid puts brakes on reserves’ sale

The Government’s yo-yoing in and out of Covid-19 lockdowns is delaying the process required for the proposed revocation of reserve status of five public...

Beauty beats The Beast

By Ivan Agnew, award-winning sports writer Beauty beats The Beast in sport when the contest is between rising tennis star Emma Raducanu and world...

Police searching for new base

East Auckland residents concerned they may lose a long-standing police presence in the community can rest easy. Plans are advancing to sell the Auckland Council-owned...

Missing cat found after 3 years

A cat that went missing three years ago has been returned to his owner. Isabel Connor was living in Westmere where she'd recently moved house....

94 community cases of Covid-19; 7 of them in the Waikato

MINISTRY OF HEALTH UPDATE October 19, 2021 There are 94 new community cases of Covid-19 to report today; 87 in Auckland and seven in Waikato....

60 cases of Covid-19; 89% of Aucklanders have one dose

MINISTRY OF HEALTH UPDATE October 18, 2021 There are 60 new community cases today; 57 in Auckland and three in the Waikato. As at 10am, 36...

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