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In our 9th annual issue of Point Life, we’re excited to show off Auckland’s newest township as it changes and grows.New precincts are underway and..

An independent life – together

Waterford on Hobsonville Point is a lifestyle village with a new attitude to independent living. Intended as a self-contained oasis for residents, it’s also well connected to the..

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Point on a Plate: 25ml Café

Apple Liu and her partner David Guo have been running the very popular 25ml Café onHobsonville Point Road for nearly three years now. David is the chef who provides mouth-watering..

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What’s in a Name: Isitt Road

Air Vice Marshall Leonard M. Isitt, representing the Dominion of New Zealand, signs theinstrument of surrender. General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Allied Commander, stands atthe mi..

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Classic Builder’s premium waterfront homes are released to market

Interest is expected to be high in Classic Builder’s new waterfront homes at H..

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Hobsonville Point: Right for us

Sally Hughes and John Milligan chose Hobsonville Point because it is such “fantastic value for money”. One year on, they say living at the Point has delivered several unexpecte..

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Te Onekiritea – Bomb Point to close for land remediation

As part of the process to vest the 10.7 hectares of land at Te Onekiritea (Bomb Point) to Auckland Council, Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities is t..

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Lockdown brings out the best in Hobsonville Point locals

Back in February, a group of friends in Hobsonville Point got together to talk about the looming crisis of Covid-19. Although it was early days, they ..

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Front Steps Project captures local bubbles

From left: Greg Torchia, Leanne Silver and Paul SmithGreg Torchia is well-known to most Hobsonville Point locals. Not only does he run the waterfront ..

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What’s in a Name: Frances Bryers Road

Welcome to our series on the history behind some of the road names in Hobsonville Point.Catherine Frances Bryers (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Ruanui) began ..

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The ‘little creatures’ of Catalina Lager

Yeast, the heart and soul of the beermaking process. “Tiny microorganisms, the ‘little creatures’ present in yeast, are responsible for converti..

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Point on a Plate: Salash Deli

The Salash Deli team is very happy indeed to be open for business again at Catalina Bay Farmers Market, now that New Zealand’s moved to Alert Level 2. Salash is a family business..

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COVID-19 update: May 2020

New Zealand moved to Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm on Wednesday 13th May. Under Alert Level 2, we're pleased to announce that the Hobsonville Point Information Centre can now re-open fo..

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Get your copy of this year's Point Life magazine

In our 9th annual issue of Point Life, we’re excited to show off Auckland’s newest township as it changes and grows.New precincts are underway and..

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Covid-19 Update - April 2020

New Zealand moved to Alert Level 3 at 11.59pm on 27 April. With construction confirmed as a permitted activity under Alert Level 3, we will now begin reopening construction sites a..

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Point on a Plate: Siamese Doll

Siamese Doll is hugely popular with Hobsonville Point locals with its fresh zingy flavours from South East Asia. As part of our ‘Point on a Plate’ series, we bring you one of t..

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What’s in a Name: Jack Seabrook Road

Welcome to the second in our series on the history behind some of the road and place names in Hobsonville Point.Jack Seabrook Road (joined by Nevill R..

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Classic Builders Axis ballot now open

Classic Builders Axis ballot now openClassic Builders have released 7 two-bedroom apartments at their new development 'Bodhi', as part of Hobsonville ..

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What’s in a Name: Genevieve Lane

Welcome to the first article in our series on the history behind some of the street and place names in Hobsonville Point. Many are named after distinguished servicemen, but we’re..

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Point on a Plate: Fabric Café Bistro

Melissa Meo and Luke Shaw are the husband and wife team running Fabric Café Bistro at the wharf. They met working in hospitality 15 years ago and now..

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Issue 9 of Point Life is on its way!

Meet the adorable cover stars of the 9th annual issue of Point Life, Ivy and her briard, Teddy.As you read this our editorial team is busy putting the..

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Ovation Apartments at Launch Bay unveiled

Plans for Winton’s much-anticipated Ovation Apartments at Launch Bay have been unveiled.A boutique waterfront development offering only 19 apartment..

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Thank you, Hobsonville Point community!

The Hobsonville Point community, Kāinga Ora and our partners: together, we can achieve amazing things. We thought it was a great time to take a lo..

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Calling dogs of Hobsonville Point: It’s your time to shine

Franklin the miniature dachshund and his human Abigail Stroll around the Coastal Walkway at Hobsonville Point on any given day and you’ll meet pup..

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Point on a Plate: Get festive with this Kittyhawk cocktail recipe

In the space of a few short years, Hobsonville Point has positioned itself firml..

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The big bird has landed!

On the 4th of November, early risers at Hobsonville Point may have spied Te Kanohi o Te Manu (The Eye of the Bird) – the 10m high corten steel sculpture of a pied shag, settling ..

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Fletcher Living Axis Series ballot open

Fletcher Living has released 4 one-bedroom apartments in Hobsonville Point’s Buckley B Precinct, as part of the Axis Series of more affordable homes..

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Classic Builders release new apartments at 'Bodhi' development

Classic Builders have released 8 two-bedroom apartments at their new development..

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Presenting: Your school holiday bucket list

The school holidays are upon us once again, and you know what that means – Operation Keep the Kids Occupied has commenced. If you’re falling short..

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Beautiful new apartments at The Crossings

Jalcon have released 15 spacious two-bedroom apartments at their new development 'The Crossings'.Designed by Stevens Lawson Architects, these homes ar..

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Launch Bay ready for its next chapter

The perfect lawn of the oval at Launch Bay is waiting patiently. In the 1930s it saw garden parties and military parades. This spring, revitalised, it..

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