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Team running in Pakuranga subdivision at local elections

Howick Local Board members Garry Boles, Katrina Bungard and David Collings will stand be standing in the local elections again. They will stand as Communities...

Fight over park safety heating up

A group of determined east Auckland residents battling to improve safety at their neighbourhood park aren’t ready to give up the fight. Locals who live...

New bridge for Flat Bush School Road

Te Uho te Nikau Primary School’s pleas for help have been answered. The Howick Local Board has allocated more than $500,000 in funding to build...

Temporary or permanent? Plans for bridge still up in the...

The Howick Local Board has a big decision to make on improving the safety conditions for Te Uho o Te Nikau Primary School students. The...

New playground for Donegal Glen development

A new playground for residents of Flat Bush’s Donegal Glen development has been given a $40,000 head start. The Hugh Green Group made the donation...

Resident: ‘Someone may just die’

There was a loud bang and a crunch of tyres as an out-of-control car crashed into Ajay Walia’s property. That was at 90 Pakuranga Road...

Ormiston Town Centre begins to take shape

One of Auckland’s fastest growing communities is about to undergo a significant transformation, with the construction of a new $200 million-plus town centre being...

Victory in fight to save 34 Moore Street

The Howick Local Board is celebrating a victory in its long-time fight against the sale of 34 Moore Street. The decision has been made by...

Crowds turn out in rain to mark Armistice Day

An estimated 600 people turned out on a rainy Sunday for a special commemorative service on Stockade Hill to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice...

Howick service to mark 100th anniversary of Armistice Day

A commemorative service is being held on Howick's Stockade Hill to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. Howick Local Board is partnering with the Howick Returned...

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