AT's Half Moon Bay ferry pier has been recognised at the IPWEA New Zealand Excellence Awards.
Howick Ward Councillor Sharon Stewart hit the beat for a few hours with the Botany Crime Watch Patrol.
Nominations open today 20 June to fill a vacancy on the council’s Governing Body following the passing of Howick Ward Councillor Dick Quax.
Auckland high school students take on an unusual challenge – eradicating moth plants pods.
A by-election will be conducted during August and September, with nominations opening next week.
Training is about to get a whole lot safer with new floodlights on sports fields in Barry Curtis Park.
Residents have provided their input on the plan to repair erosion damage at Cockle Bay.
Are moth plant and rhamnus weed out of control in your backyard?
AMETI Eastern Busway has started pre-construction work on the Panmure to Pakuranga stage.
A temporary seawall structure has been installed along Cockle Bay Beach, Howick, to minimise the risk of further erosion following a storm in January.