Howick District High School brought pupils together

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary 2022, the Times continues its series by Alan La Roche giving readers a glimpse...

Is it possible to live ‘normally’ with IBS?

READER'S LETTER I was watching the news on TV1 the other night and Mandy Lloyd reported a case of a young lady, Danielle Barber, being...

‘Julie could always see funny side’

Lockdown has caused many people to feel extremely upset from not being able to be with their loved ones when suffering poor health and,...

Open letter to gunman in Christchurch mosque attack

The effects of your actions have not only shocked and horrified the peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand, they have caused particular offence to Maori,...

FROM THE PUBLISHER: Level 2.5 – this is the new normal

We are now back at level 2.5 and we welcome the new normal. Our offices are now open and, like all businesses at this level,...

Ahem, that’s not quite right; Bailey bridges aren’t new

I see on Times Online you mentioned the Pakuranga bus bridge being pushed out as being a first. This is strictly incorrect as that is...

Pukekohe, a wider view

I read with interest (Times, July 28) Robert Bartholomew's claims that Pukekohe was a hotbed of racism and typical of New Zealand during the...

Gordon and Ekenasio star in grand final

What a difference Maddy Gordon and Ameliaranne Ekenasio make to national netball champions the Central Pulse who won the grand final by beating the...

Highlanders bring on the flair

What a shame Covid-19 forced the cancellation of what would have been a fitting Super Rugby Aotearoa finale between the champion Crusaders and vastly-improved...

Agnew’s Angle: Blues have points to prove

Having already clinched their fourth consecutive Super Rugby championship in Christchurch at the weekend against the gutsy Highlanders, the Crusaders will treat this Sunday’s...

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