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Motion to protect reserve from future sale rejected

By Chris Harrowell and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air An attempt to prevent Auckland Council from potentially being...

Shags are dying in Panmure Basin, councillor says

By Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, and Zoe Garden Funded by New Zealand on Air An Auckland councillor is calling for stronger protections for...

Sewing for Ukraine

A volunteer band of knitting and sewing women have donated more than 70 items to be sent to Ukraine. Founded more than 20 years ago...

Lawyer, politician dies

Long-time local body politician and Botany lawyer Ken Yee has died. Yee, whose service was held on Saturday, passed away peacefully on June 19. His death...

Vote moves public reserves closer to sale

By Chris Harrowell and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air Auckland Council has moved one step closer to being...

Councillor presents winning trophies

Howick Councillor Sharon Stewart was on hand to present the 2020 winning in-house trophies at the Howick Croquet Club annual meeting on Saturday May...

Have your say on new housing rules proposed for Auckland

By Simeon Brown, MP for Pakuranga Following legislation passed by Parliament, Auckland Council is currently seeking submissions on their proposal to change the rules...

Ukrainians kick-start campaign

Two Ukrainian-born New Zealanders are organising a campaign to raise donations and supplies for the civilians and children in their home country. Dr Elena Artyukh,...

Help shape Auckland’s future

Attending meetings, voting on budgets, debating issues, advocating for the local community, and responding to numerous phone calls and emails about a variety of...

‘A disaster waiting to happen’

Urgent action is needed to address the threat of flooding in preparation for future severe weather events striking east Auckland. That's the view of Howick...

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