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Robert Harris Botany cafés are going pink for Breast Cancer

In support of the Pink Ribbon Breakfast campaign, the Robert Harris cafés in Botany are going all-out to help raise vital funds for the...

St Kents Auckland champions

The Saint Kentigern College Girls Premier Touch Team has won the Auckland Premier Competition. With the draw format changing with 2 weeks of no play,...

Two MPs in on party lists in Botany electorate

The Botany electorate has two additional new MPs who have come in via their party lists. Naisi Chen, who was 38th on the Labour list,...

Luxon, Brown win seats in night of big losses

What a night on the hustings. General Election 2020 saw National record its worst showing since 2002. Labour recorded an historic win claiming 49.1 per...

Luxon: We don’t want our children paying the price

In my view, this election ultimately all boils down to the economy - how it affects you and who will best lead us through...

COMMENT: A year of action and progress

Since returning to Parliament at the start of the year, I've spent a lot of time talking to locals and knocking on thousands of...

OPINION: More action needed in fight against cancer

New Zealanders suffering from cancer shouldn’t have to raise money online or sell their family home to be able to buy life-saving medicines. Too many...

OPINION: Locals tackling local crime

Community safety has improved a lot over the years, mostly as a testament to the professionalism of our local police, but also to the...

MP continues push for Botany busway

One of East Auckland’s busiest roads could be the key to unlocking local residents’ access to fast and efficient public transport. Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross...

Mid-winter festival celebrates diversity

There was singing, dancing and cake at a Mid-Winter Festival celebrating the ethnic diversity of Botany and Flat Bush. About 100 people turned out for...

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