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Auckland Transport approves Burswood route for Eastern Busway

Despite loud opposition from the public and a group of local community politicians, Auckland Transport (AT) has given approval for the Eastern Busway to...

Youth programme a guiding light

Throughout their formative years, east Aucklanders Caleb Taylor and Lucas Eng attended East City Wesleyan Church's Friday night youth programme. Years later, Taylor is now...

Residents vent at busway officials

Heavy machinery will become a familiar sight in a quiet residential community for 12 months if the controversial preferred route of a major public...

Howick 175 Easter Sunrise Service

With a tradition of more than 25 years, the annual East Auckland Easter Sunrise Service at 6.30am on Howick's Stockade Hill assumes a new...

New minister welcomed into community

A local church is welcoming a new pastoral worker into its community. East City Wesleyan Church has engaged Stefanie Oh, 36, as an assistant minister/pastoral...

Council by-election: Nothing is as it seems

Four candidates vying for the vacant Howick Ward seat on Auckland Council’s governing body were front and centre on Tuesday and faced a barrage...

Choral Society delivers music from the Great War

Pakuranga Choral Society commemorates the end of World War I in a concert on August 26 devoted to music of the period, and some...

Treat your dad with a trip back to the future

Dads get to travel through time this Father’s Day with the chance to experience a DeLorean Time Machine from the film Back to the...

Details of your local ‘meet the candidate’ meetings

Welcome to part three of the Times’ General Election coverage. Numerous groups are hosting election meetings featuring various candidates. The Times will be attending two...

Sing n Sprout launch in NZ

A new playgroup for mums and bubs at East City Wesleyan Church is offering a music, motion and memory programme designed for young children. Sing...

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