Union Jacks and tiaras out in force at Bruce McLaren

Residents at Ryman Healthcare’s Bruce McLaren Retirement Village in Howick held a special Jubilee-themed Happy Hour earlier this month to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on...

Collins new Pakuranga Rotary president

In keeping with Rotary International timetables, Rotary clubs all around the world conduct an annual roll-over of leadership close to the middle of the...

Youth programme a guiding light

Throughout their formative years, east Aucklanders Caleb Taylor and Lucas Eng attended East City Wesleyan Church's Friday night youth programme. Years later, Taylor is now...

RSA stalwart dies

Colin Geoffrey Smith, who was made a life member of Howick RSA in 2018, has died. Smith, who was also heavily involved with the Special...

Howick College wins big at Eye on Nature Wearable Arts

Howick College and Papatoetoe Intermediate have even more to celebrate for Matariki, coming away as the big winners at the Eye on Nature Wearable...

Middlemore Foundation needs more ‘jammies’ for winter

By Georgia Whitehead, AUT University Journalism Student East Auckland locals are being urged to step up to help make the Middlemore Foundation’s ‘Jammies in...

Historian’s legacy on video

The Howick & Districts Historical Society has sponsored a series of videos by Howick Historian Alan La Roche in recognition of his expertise and...

School raises 12k for heart foundation

Each term at Macleans Primary School the school leaders and school decide on a fundraising project for the community, whether it be a small...

Business students create own products

Ormiston Senior College (OSC) students have launched their innovative and self-created products to an online market for the community. As part of the school’s business...

Former Filipino sponsor children to share their story in Botany

Two former Filipino sponsor children, Danny and Joyce Paculaba, will be sharing their incredibly powerful story at St Columba Church this Sunday (June 19...

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