MP: ‘Labour is attempting to devalue your vote’

By Simeon Brown, MP for Pakuranga A key plank of New Zealand's democracy is that every vote counts, and every persons vote counts the...

Graffiti removal leads to brighter village

By Georgia Whitehead, AUT University Journalism Student Howick Village is looking tidier and more welcoming after the Beautification Trust removed almost 200 incidents of...

2000 plants dug in

There have been two very successful planting days at the Mangemangeroa Reserve. The first was with Forest and Bird on June 11 which was at...

Record-breaking moth plant results

The record-breaking results are in for east Auckland's finest moth pod hunting competition. Students, teachers and parents from a variety of Howick Ward schools attended...

$450,000 for proposed crossing

A pedestrian crossing Auckland Transport (AT) is proposing to build across one of the country's busiest roads is set to cost almost $500,000 if...

Dog park plan draws criticism

Opponents of a plan to construct a dog park in east Auckland say the site chosen is inappropriate and the process was rushed and...

Lovely floral start to winter

By Adele White, Howick Local Board chairperson Kia ora! How lovely to see the beautiful display of sunflowers bobbing away in Fencible Walk, Howick. A lady...

Vote moves public reserves closer to sale

By Chris Harrowell and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air Auckland Council has moved one step closer to being...

Staff happiness key priority for village’s new manager

Lexie Palmer-Gapper brings extensive international experience and a desire to ensure her team members are happy and fulfilled to her latest role. Originally from the...

Howick 175 Update

Celebrating Together 1847-2022 / Whakanui Tahi Ana 175 chairman, Rev Dr Richard Waugh QSM provides an exclusive update to Times newspaper readers 2022 is a very...

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