Struggles of refugee in children’s book

  Refugees are vulnerable. Unlike immigrants they are “forcibly displaced” to another country, says Millard Rashidi, A Year 13 student at Ormiston Senior College. Millard arrived...

Winning team at International Aerobics Championship

Howick locals Abbey Bolton, Neela Patel and Madi Taylor couldn’t believe their ears when their team clinched second place out of 17 countries participating...

Gymnastics competition attracts record entries

The Howick Gymnastics Club Annual Recreational Competition has attracted a record number of entries this year. Some 425 competitors from across Auckland will compete in...

Howick College regional winners

The Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand (SGCNZ) University of Otago Sheilah Winn Festival, Regional Competition Auckland South and East, was hosted by Botany Downs...

Local wows audience with poi routine on world stage

Howick resident Katherine Yin Ping Chiu was worried that any mistake she made doing the poi dance on an international stage would be recorded...

Howick Pakuranga prems look to retain Hedley Howarth trophy

The Auckland Premier Men’s cricket season kicks off on October 20, a couple of weeks later than last year. The late start negates the use...

Back to the golden era of musicals

Hardly had the co-founders of Operatunity Daytime Concerts, Susan Boland and John Cameron returned after escorting musical tours in Russia, Germany, Prague and Netherlands,...

Character Crusaders strength

It took character and a magnificent defence for the Crusaders to deny the frustrated Lions in Saturday's Super Rugby final at Christchurch's tattered AMI...

The best of burlesque

A peek through the theatre doors of Uxbridge Arts and Culture on August 11 will unveil Enchante Cabaret--an ode to classic burlesque with award-winning...

Parris: it’s our time to shine

Be Fearless, says the internationally renowned choreographer, dancer, director and businesswoman Parris Goebel who was the recipient of  the inaugural Pacific Business Trust Legacy...