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Funding for community projects

Applications for a fund providing community-based programmes and projects for children and young people are now open. The Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa Fund is managed...

Keep removing barriers to Maori vaccination, doctor says

By Nathan Limm As Auckland hovers in alert level three, one health authority figure says Maori vaccination numbers need boosting. A doctor at an Auckland vaccination...

Open letter to gunman in Christchurch mosque attack

The effects of your actions have not only shocked and horrified the peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand, they have caused particular offence to Maori,...

HISTORY: The tapu on Howick!

As Howick and districts count down to the 175th anniversary, the Times continues its series by Alan La Roche giving readers a glimpse of...

Pukekohe, a wider view

I read with interest (Times, July 28) Robert Bartholomew's claims that Pukekohe was a hotbed of racism and typical of New Zealand during the...

Native tongue: responses to English petition

By Jim Birchall The Times has been overwhelmed by responses to Gayleen Mackareth’s petition to make English an official language of New Zealand (December 19). The...

Connections or lack of connections?

Local historian Alan La Roche continues his series marking the district’s 170th anniversary this year. To communicate, Maori used gongs from the top of their...

Ratepayer AGM attracts full house

The Fencible Hall was filled to capacity on Saturday for the Howick Ratepayers and Residents Association’s (HRRA) public meeting and AGM. Deputy Mayor Bill Cashmore,...

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