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Democracy or dysfunction? Decision finally made on Howick War Memorial Hall

It took just one year and 45 days to construct the world-famous Empire State Building in New York City. But, staggeringly, it took the Howick...

All welcome at Easter Sunrise Service on Stockade Hill

Local churches are preparing for the annual East Auckland Easter Sunrise Service at Stockade Hill on Sunday, March 31. This Easter several church leaders will...

COMMENT: New leadership for Auckland

By Simeon Brown Auckland has a new mayor, Wayne Brown, and a new majority centre-right council following the recent local elections, the first time Auckland...

Local board’s fresh face keen to serve

Former United Future political party leader Damian Light is the only newcomer joining the membership of the incoming Howick Local Board. He's been elected to serve...

New Howick Local Board takes shape

Based on progress results released this afternoon it looks like there’s going to be just one new face on the Howick Local Board for...

Effort to resolve War Memorial Hall’s management fails

A last-minute attempt to resolve the ongoing saga of management of the Howick War Memorial Hall before this year’s local elections has failed. The Picton...

Turinsky ‘practical, not political’

Mike Turinsky, Howick Local Board candidate, Botany subdivision Mike Turinsky is standing in Botany for re-election to the Howick Local Board along with Olympian...

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...

Campaign to reduce road deaths

Streets in east Auckland are being eyed for speed limit reductions as part of a campaign to reduce injuries and deaths stemming from traffic...

Board members clash over busway

A plan that would see the next stage of the Eastern Busway public transport project dissect a residential community has sparked heated debate between...