Huge response to blanket appeal

The Blankets 4 Kids 4 Winter appeal organised by Howick Rotary and supported by the Howick Village Association drew to a close last Tuesday...

Cole awarded QSM in Queen’s Birthday honours

A local man has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday and Platinum Jubilee Honours. Mike Cole of Somerville has been awarded the Queen's Service Medal...

RSA welcomes new member

Howick RSA has recently welcomed Kylie Lipscombe as its new welfare support advisor. She is working part-time supporting local veterans. Kylie has been involved in volunteering...

Dr Davies visits Farm Cove Intermediate

The well-being of young people is important. It is important to the community and to the future of New Zealand. At Farm Cove Intermediate School there...

348 fish found in boat search at Half Moon Bay

MPI fishery officers have caught a group of fishers at Half Moon Bay with more than 45 times the daily snapper limit. Late last week...

Safer plates project in community

Howick Village Association and Howick Pakuranga Community Patrol (HPCP) have initiated a safer plates project for Friday May 13 and Saturday May 14. This is...

Residents stepping up to shape their community

Reducing crime, stopping illegal rubbish dumping, and getting people to work together to solve local problems are the focus of a newly formed community...

Final event of EcoFest a success

The Beautification Trust's month-long free out door and online festival, Eye on Nature EcoFest, had its final event on Friday (April 29). The day was...

Aucklanders urged to take action this Pink Ribbon Breakfast month

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ is gearing up for a huge month of May, with two awareness and fundraising campaigns launching: #GiveUsOurMammograms and Pink Ribbon...

3000 homes planned in Beachlands

A Beachlands development will include about 3000 dwellings as well as commercial, retail, education and open space amenities once fully developed. Beachlands South Limited Partnership...

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