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The City of Sails Brass is gearing up for a big season at it prepares to celebrate its centenary next year. 

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Winter Wonderland - Auckland Down Syndrome Association’s annual ball

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Winter Wonderland was the magical theme for the 2018 Auckland Down Syndrome Association (ADSA) Ball. Held at the Royal Oak Bowling Club in July, this highly anticipated event takes place every two years.

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Palalagi sisters - Sup Sis! An Ode to my Hood

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It was a family affair down at the Onehunga 312 Hub, when the Palalagi sisters returned home to Onehunga for a joint exhibition in June. The collection was created and collated by talented siblings Cerisse (Ceeroc), Waiora (Hoodsavvy), Ngaronoa (Noodles), Tabitha (Tabzjoynt) and Te After the studio was transformed to suit everybody, and each piece placed in just the right spot, art enthusiasts, friends and family members filled the venue on opening night, fittingly titled Sup Sis - An Ode to my Hood. The show paid homage to the suburb that raised them, showcasing their gifted works and influences through illustrations, paintings, photography and trendy apparel.  

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Onehunga Bay Reserve gets an upgrade

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It’s been a long wait, but finally work on path upgrades, seating  and the car park, at Onehunga Bay Reserve has started. This work involves the  upgrade of the existing eastern path between the car park and the toilets, as well as the western pathway between SH20 and Beachcroft Road. New seating, and the car park bollards will also be renewed, and the signage in the car park will also be replaced.  Auckland Council says work will finish in August.

 

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New bus network - changes to popular 312 bus

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The 312 bus route has long been a lifeline for residents of Onehunga. For those living in Oranga, Te Papapa and One Tree Hill, it is the only accessible mode of public transport providing service through these suburbs. 

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Team building

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The arrival of former Football Fern Katie Duncan, as player and coach of the Onehunga Sports Football Club’s Women’s Premier team, is starting to produce results for the club.

Last year, after five years of playing overseas, Katie and her wife Priscilla Duncan, also a former Football Fern, returned to New Zealand. They have owned a house in Onehunga for a number of years, and Katie says they had always planned to settle here on their return home, because, “we love the community and its diversity”.

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