Two ticks can change the world

Of total enrolled voters in the 2014 General Election, just 62.73 per cent of those aged 18-24 voted. The 25-29 age group was slightly...

Get to know: Jami-Lee Ross

Get to know your local candidates ahead of the general election! Here at the Times, we're taking a slightly different approach to our election coverage...

British Open leaders confirmed for NZ Women’s Open

Three of the top-six finishers from today’s British Women’s Open, led by runner-up Jodi Ewart Shadoff, have confirmed their places in next month’s MCKAYSON...

Burglary at Michael Hill Jewellers

Police are investigating a burglary at Michael Hill Jewellers at Botany Town Centre. The store is cordoned off and a security guard is stationed out...

$500,000 Lotto win in Meadowlands

  Two Lotto players from Auckland will be walking on air after each winning $500,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw. The winning...

Suspected heart attack following robbery

A person suffered a medical event following a liquor store robbery in Pakuranga yesterday, police have reported. Shortly after 4pm yesterday two men entered a...

Juliet rules in author’s challenge

Somerville Intermediate’s Juliet Curwood has been named the supreme winner of Barfoot & Thompson’s Young Authors Challenge. Another local student Serisha Palmer of Elim Christian...

PAK’nSAVE Botany first to see electric vans

Shoppers at PAK’nSAVE Botany will notice the store has a shiny new van that’s a little different to your average petrol car. It’s part of...

Anstis completes first rally in NZ co-drivers academy

Flat Bush Co Driver Kieran Anstis has just completed the first Rally New Zealand Co Drivers Academy in Auckland this week. The Academy is an...

Marionettes capture kids’ imagination at Children’s Village

When Howickian, Wally Rice, learnt that an intake of young children were to have respite care during the school holidays at Stand Children’s Services,...


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