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Greenhithe Junior Soccer now online
 
Greenhithe Teen Rebecca Dew to tour with Tall Ferns
By BEN WATSON - North Shore Times | Tuesday, 22 May 2007
Greenhithe Sculptor takes on Phar Lap
By JEAN WHITE - North Shore Times | Thursday, 28 June 2007
Tauhinu Venturer Unit in the medals
Tauhinu Venturer Unit are proud to represent Greenhithe in the Waikato Spring Regatta on 8th September bringing home 2nd place in the Senior Rowing and 3rd place in the open rowing congratulations to Cameron Adrian Fred and Anna an awesome team.
Albany Highway set for upgrade
North Shore City Council is planning an upgrade of Albany Highway and is asking for community feedback.
Barfoot & Thompson Opens Greenhithe Office
Source: Scoop
Harbour Crossing Options
Waitemata Harbour Crossing Study -- A joint project between Auckland City Council, Auckland Regional Council, Auckland Regional Transport Authority, North Shore City Council and Transit New Zealand to identify a preferred option for an additional transport link across the Waitemata Harbour
Motorway Opening Pictures and Information
Pictures from the Opening Day and Facts about our new Motorway and bridges
Wayne Matthews from Greenhithe breaks record
Wayne Matthews has circumnavigated New Zealand in a home-built plane. From the North Shore Times:
Waitakere and North Shore City Mayors at one with Auckland governance vision
 
Condolences to Wayne Matthews' family
Wayne Matthews of Greenhithe sadly lost on April 26th at Whenuapai airbase.
Fit freak: Kid aces All Blacks
A world-renowned test has revealed the fitness of a 14-year-old Greenhithe boy is up with New Zealand's rugby elite.
Days of big spending are over, says mayor
North Shore Mayor Andrew Williams says his council must look at spreading its spending on capital works over a longer period if it is to avoid a bigger rates rise next year.
Greenhithe Doctor becomes Master at 65
Dr Lannes Johnson has proved you’re never to old to keep learning.
Cool vest opens design doors
Greenhithe designer Stephen Smith has slotted into his job with one of the world’s largest vacuum manufacturers with ease. LUCY VICKERS - North Harbour News | Friday, 13 June 2008
Expensive projects on slowtrack to avoid rates rise
From NZ Herald Wednesday June 18, 2008 By Wayne Thompson
Sound-proofing for new air base homes
From NZ Herald Tuesday June 17, 2008 | By Wayne Thompson
Greenhithe artist displays Phar Lap in USA
Adapted from NZ Herald, 15 June 2008. Reporting NZPA.
Shopping centre for Greenhithe
From NZ Herald Wednesday August 20, 2008 | By Anne Gibson
Dr Nick to trial new Flu Drug in Greenhithe
NZ Herald 5:00AM Sunday August 05, 2007 By Alice Hudson
U9 Soccer team win big
Greenhithe team win U9 section at Whangarei Tournament
Motorway link drives ahead
JODEAL CADACIO - North Shore Times | Tuesday, 23 September 2008
New Hobsonville motorway begins construction
7 October 2008: The new section of the SH18 motorway has officially begun construction after a sod turning ceremony this morning.
It's time to talk shop in Greenhithe
Instead of driving up to 12km just to buy groceries, locals will soon be able to stroll, reports Rebecca Lewis | The Aucklander, 9 October 2008
Professionals Office closing
NZ Herald reports that Classic Real Estate -- or The Professionals -- is closed.
Change of government settles Whenuapai issue
In what appears to be a win-win for all concerned after the election, the air force look set to stay, according to the Western Leader. However, Waitakere City Council are still determined to push through a District Plan change (Plan Change 22) that will ensure that the land can never be anything but a commercial airport.
Residents push for lower speed limits
By PIPPA O'ROURKE - North Shore Times | Thursday, 27 November 2008
All go on Whenuapai airport plans
North Shore Times | Tuesday, 06 January 2009
Transition town Greenhithe
Story by Valerie Schuler in The Aucklander