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Guan’s photo takes top prize

Saint Kentigern College pupil William Guan is the winner of this year's Lions Club of Howick Annual Calendar Photographic Competition for 2024. "Vibrant Scenic Landscapes...

Matariki Festival to celebrate Māori New Year

People are invited to take part in a culturally inclusive community event in east Auckland held to celebrate Matariki, the Māori New Year. The Labour...

‘Amazing’ building planned for former Howick Library site

The property developer set to build on the site of the former Howick Library says she wants to create something "amazing" the community will...

Luxon praises cyclone response

Christopher Luxon says the community-led response to Cyclone Gabrielle shows Kiwis “at their best”. The Botany MP and National Party leader visited the Civil Defence...

Former Howick Library building almost gone

The former Howick Library in Fencible Drive is finally being demolished. The building was previously owned by Auckland Council and is a well-known east Auckland...

Former library building finally sold

The former Howick Library building has been sold to a property developer. Auckland Council owned the large and derelict building in Fencible Drive which has...

Howick Library 175th Howick Celebrations

East Auckland Embroiderers' Guild is partnering with Howick Library celebrating Howick and districts' 175th celebrations. There is a display of work showcasing traditional and contemporary...

Photo exhibition highlights India’s vibrant culture

The work of award-winning photographer Parmeet Sahni is being publicly displayed in east Auckland. Her exhibition, entitled Soulful journey through India takes a “deep dive” into...

Students create time travel book

A Bucklands Beach Primary School (BBPS) classroom was buzzing with excitement when they were learned a printed copy of their book would be kept...

Maori for beginners

With Maori Language Week just around the corner, Howick Library is hosting a Te Reo Maori for Beginners class on Friday September 16 from...