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Waugh launches Jaguar book

Howick identity, aviation historian and author and classic car lover Rev Dr Richard Waugh will this weekend launch his new book 'Classic Jaguars in...

Automotive nostalgia draws the crowds

Heavy rain the day before didn't damper the spirits of the thousands of people who turned out to enjoy a spectacular display of motoring...

Egg-cellent celebration for Easter

A free community event for children and families to celebrate the meaning of Easter and its relevance today will be held at the East...

Waugh awarded for aviation work

Aviation chaplain, historian and author Howick's Rev Dr Richard Waugh has been recognised by the Royal Aeronautical Society. Waugh, a long-time east Auckland church leader...

Easter Sunday sunrise service is back

The combined churches Easter Sunrise Service is back for another year. The Easter Sunrise Service has been held every year since 1996 starting off with...

$3m funding for Erebus memorial

After three years of advocacy work, led by Howick’s Rev Dr Richard Waugh, the Erebus National Memorial group commends the announcement this week that...

War time vehicle on display at Brit & Euro car show

There are only two 1942 Volkswagen Kubelwagens in New Zealand. One belongs to movie mogul Sir Peter Jackson. The other, belongs to Northpark's Michael Chong. The...

Car show celebrate 20 years of VW new Beetle

Don Noble knows almost every Volksvagen ‘new Beetle’ in the Howick area. As he starts firing off a few of the number plates of Beetle’s...

New director for LifeGrowth trust ready, raring to go

They’ve travelled more than 12,000 kilometres to New Zealand, and now Rev Josh Bowlin’s family is settled in their Bucklands Beach home, ready to...

Special reunion celebrates history of Queenstown aviation pioneers

An enthusiastic group of aviation pioneers and their families will gather in Queenstown from April 7-9 for a special reunion organised by local aviation...

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