Sissons claims world cup title

Former Macleans College student Ryan Sissons has picked up his first world cup title following a close-fought finish in the ITU Madrid World Cup...

‘We live in fear’

Dairy owner Don Kumar lives in fear. He is not alone. The prospect of an aggravated robbery is the number one concern for dairy...

Sing n Sprout launch in NZ

A new playgroup for mums and bubs at East City Wesleyan Church is offering a music, motion and memory programme designed for young children. Sing...

The man who rode a bike around the planet

“You don’t need courage to cycle around the planet. You need courage to give it a go.” That’s the advice of 44-year-old Jeremy Scott –...

Canada comes calling for local schoolboy

He’s a New Zealand ice hockey player with a dream to get into the National Hockey League, and now he’s one step closer to...

Iconic shoreline a shell of its former self

Olympic gold medalist Bruce Kendall recalls walking along the beach in the 70s from his Bucklands Beach home to the Old Bucklands Beach yacht...

Building their way to the top

Many hands make light work, the saying goes, and it couldn’t be more true for a team of Howick College students embarking on the...

Local student a star in NYTC’s Oliver!

She’s been involved in more theatre productions than she’s had years at school, and Saint Kentigern College student Scarlett Jacques is about to add...

Head boy selected for prestigious science camp

BY NATHAN MORTON Not many teenagers can claim they’ve had the opportunity to travel overseas for a prestigious youth science camp, but for Pakuranga College...

What to do with moth plant?

It’s the plant nobody wants in their garden – an unwelcome house guest, to say the least. Moth plant, otherwise known as ‘cruel plant’, has...


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