Two become one

September 2, 2020 Latest News

Club Onehunga was officially launched at the beginning of August with a large turnout of members from the Onehunga RSA and Onehunga Club.   After a ribbon cutting...

Winter Wonderland

September 2, 2020 Latest News

For three whole days in August, there was snow on the ground at Oranga Kindergarten.   No, it wasn’t an unexpected weather event - the kindy children enjoyed...

Telling it like it is

September 2, 2020 Latest News

At the beginning of August, Race Relations Commissioner (RRC), Meng Foon, visited the Epsom Combined Probus group to give a wide-ranging talk about his job, and racism and...

Onehunga table update

September 2, 2020 Latest News

The space outside St Peter’s Church has never been the same since the mosaic chess table, one of Onehunga’s much photographed pieces of street art, was destroyed in...

A hand-up for young people

September 2, 2020 Latest News

An Onehunga-based youth trust has launched a crowdfunding campaign to carry on its work in granting annual scholarships to local high school students. The 36 year-old Onehunga Youth...

A dynamite idea

September 2, 2020 Latest News

A dynamite idea ? Not possible says Waka Kotahi NZTA   The coffer dam in place for construction of one of the bridge’s main support piers. On the...

Service with a smile

August 5, 2020 Latest News

Ask anyone in and around Onehunga, and nine times out of ten they will know of Baz the Postie. Barry MacGroucutt has dedicated almost two decades of his...

Junior scientist skims the surface

August 5, 2020 Latest News

A young Mãngere Bridge resident has been judged the winner of her age-group in this year’s She Can Code competition.  The budding young scientist, eight year-old Odette Ala’alatoa-Dale,...

Learning a new trade safely

August 5, 2020 Latest News

With the impact of Covid-19 many people have had to reconsider their careers and are looking at new options, such as a trade. If you are thinking about...

Cutting through the stigma

August 5, 2020 Latest News

Sarah Mikkelsen and Danika Revell want to empower thousands of New Zealand women to speak openly about their periods without the stigma that usually goes with it. They...