Busway accelerated, cycle bridge scrapped

Future users of the Eastern Busway public transport project will benefit from the Government's decision to scrap the proposed $785 million cycle bridge across...

$1m hydrogen bus for eastern route

Some public transport commuters travelling between east Auckland and the central city will soon be able to do so in the comfort of a...

Is this east Auckland’s messiest street?

If there was an award given for the messiest street in east Auckland, Elevation Street in Flat Bush would be a strong contender to...

Transport boss fronts over busway delay

Hundreds of people packed into a local church to hear from Auckland Transport (AT) chief executive Shane Ellison about the future of the long-awaited...

Memorial cross removed

A family is appealing for information and witnesses after a memorial cross and all its sentimental items were stolen from Maraetai. On Friday January 14...

Dog park opponents voice concerns

A proposal to create east Auckland's first enclosed dog park is not receiving universal support. The Howick Local Board initiative would see the area's first...

Auckland’s water restrictions may be eased

Residents' efforts to save water and large spending on increasing the city's water supply means consideration can be given to easing restrictions, mayor Phil...

Government scraps $3.5b road project

The Government has scrapped a major road infrastructure project that would have reduced traffic congestion through south-east Auckland. Transport Minister Michael Wood recently announced the...

Calls for service coming in

By Adele White, Howick Local Board chairperson Kia ora! This Covid-19 lockdown seems to have lasted forever! It has, however, been heartening to see our...

Riley steps down from Friends of Mangemangeroa

Allan Riley is a highly-respected member of the Howick community, not only for his more than 20 years of dedication and work for the...

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