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Mum, daughter a dream team

It is easy to assume that working with family can bring its own slew of difficulties - but for mother and daughter, Karen Houston...

Pine Harbour weekend ferries are a go

Auckland Transport (AT) has given the green light for a weekend ferry trial from Pine Harbour to the City Centre (CBD) after years of...

Improving health and well-being

A new chiropractic practice has opened its doors at Pine Harbour Marina. Chelsey Mokhtar moved from Nelson to Beachlands to be closer to family. With...

Have your say on coastal management plans

Auckland Council is calling for local communities to share their input and thoughts on Auckland's eastern coastal areas for their shoreline adaptation plans. Shoreline Adaptation...

High school in Beachlands dependent on residential developments

The Ministry of Education has determined that a future high school in Beachlands may be solely dependent on a large-scale residential development. Beachlands resident Angela...

Waterpark closure causes outcry

The closing of a popular water park at Maraetai Beach after an alleged assault and vandalism has caused an outcry of community anger and...

Takutai Trust granted funding and cabin

Franklin Local Board has announced strategic funding for groups located in the area. Board chair Andy Baker says the partnership grants support local groups that...

New name and pilot for coastal management plans

Auckland Council's second Shoreline Adaptation Plan (SAP) pilot - which targets Beachlands and the eastern coast - has been launched with a focus on...

Police extend sympathies to man’s family

The police have referred a man's death in east Auckland to the coroner. A police spokesperson says officers responded to reports about concern for a...

Te Puru Park to get vital upgrade

Te Puru Park at Beachlands will be see improved facilities in the next year. Auckland Council says that growing player numbers have put pressure on...

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