Attracting more people to the Howick area to enjoy the local sites, shop and do business is at the heart of a plan developed by Howick Tourism.
If you live in Howick or south Auckland, it's time to ditch the bags – your new rubbish bin collection starts on Monday 4 September.
The splash pads will open later in the year – one at the Stanmore Bay Pool and Leisure Centre, Whangaparāoa, and the other at the Lloyd Elsmore Park Pool and Leisure Centre in Pakuranga.
Farm Cove Intermediate School wants to send rats packing and now has the tools to do it with a grant from Howick Local Board enabling it to purchase 170 re-usable rat traps.
Consultation on Auckland Council’s 21 draft local board plans closed on Friday 30 June, and community feedback will now be taken into account before the plans are finalised.
Preserving the character that is Howick Village’s point of difference and improving links to local attractions are among key actions outlined in the new Howick Village Centre Plan.
We are delivering new rubbish bins to residents in the Manukau and Howick wards throughout June and July.
Manukau's Journey is a selection of significant and representative events from the history of Howick, Manukau, Manurewa-Papakura and Franklin wards of Auckland City.
The new pier, which offers a modern and safe experience for commuters, was opened on 7 April by Mayor Phil Goff.
Manukau Ward Councillors Alf Filipaina and Fa’anānā Efeso Collins are encouraging residents to embrace rather than fear the move from rubbish bags to bins.