Celebrating 21 years of Thursdays @ Seven

Howick musicians, Katharine and Peter Watts, have coordinated the Thursdays @ Seven concert series since the year 2000. That is around 475 concerts that they...

19,000 plants going in

Local school students, staff and community members will be planting more than 19,000 native plants around a bike track to complement the surrounding forest...

Illegal rubbish dumping still an eyesore

People living in a rapidly developing part of east Auckland are still being plagued by the ugly sight of piles of illegally dumped rubbish. Elevation...

Skaters flock to new halfpipe

Dozens of skateboarders and scooter riders turned out to try to land some tricks on a newly constructed halfpipe in east Auckland. It's been constructed...

Wednesday Weed Whacking

With their boots planted in the dirt every Wednesday morning, the expert weed whacking volunteers are intent on eradicating harmful invaders from Mangemangeroa Reserve. Led...

Councillor presents winning trophies

Howick Councillor Sharon Stewart was on hand to present the 2020 winning in-house trophies at the Howick Croquet Club annual meeting on Saturday May...

Tāmaki Estuary seagrass returns

Tamaki Estuary is slowly showing signs of ecological recovery after several decades of poor health. One of most encouraging signs appears to be the gradual...

Musician to perform at Youth Centre

A talented up-and-coming local musician will be performing a series of live music sessions at the newly-opened East Auckland Youth Space in Botany Town...

Singing sensations at Howick

Singing and music were the main focus on an all-afternoon event at Uxbridge over the weekend. On Sunday, the Botany and Flat Bush Ethnic Association...

Controversial crossing labelled “crazy”

By James Ball, AUT University journalism student A plan to install a raised pedestrian crossing on one of east Auckland's busiest roads is being met...

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