Training for free at Auckland Council Pools and Leisure facilities has helped Paralympic swimmer Tupou Neiufi claim a last-minute call-up to Rio.
In a brazen act of vandalism, a collection of bronze memorial plaques have been removed from the columbarium wall.
Schools with students with a passion for their local environment are invited to be nominated for this year’s Ros Nicholson Award for Native ecology.
On 11 June, Howick’s Uxbridge Arts Centre reopened after a year long redevelopment, realising the community’s vision for a fit for purpose arts and culture facility.
The Howick Local Board and Auckland Transport (AT) will soon install metering signals on Pigeon Mountain Road in Half Moon Bay.
Despite being nearly two decades after her death, Jane Austen’s legacy continues to live on – including right here in Auckland. Howick Library has captured her legacy by creating a Jane Austen book club.
Howick Councillors Dick Quax and Sharon Stewart are pleased with the growth in the Howick Local Board area.
Construction has begun on the new Half Moon Bay ferry pier, which when complete will provide a new, modern and safer ferry experience for its users.
Residents in the Howick Local Board area are being encouraged to get tough on Rhamnus and moth plant – fast-spreading weeds smothering gardens and native plants.
Howick Local Board presented the overall Rotary Club of Botany East Tāmaki Citizen of the Year Award to community stalwart Hans Wang.