The sell-down of a legacy financial asset portfolio is part-way, with the incoming council to decide how best to invest the city's funds.
The people of Waiheke have a new guide to responsible pet ownership to help pets and wildlife live in harmony.
We are lucky enough to live in one of the greenest countries in the world. What we need now is the right kind of green, the kind of green that feeds and shelters our birds, bees and lesser known pollinating animals.
24 Sep - 09 Oct
Lots of events and activities to keep the kids entertained these school holidays.
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Tuvalu lies halfway Australia and Hawaii. It is the fourth smallest country in the world and has the third smallest population (11,200).
The Lightpath, Auckland’s magnificent pink cycleway, features twice in the finals of this year’s New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year exhibition.
26 Sep - 27 Apr
Fancy building and flying your very own kite? Come and join us for our Kite Day.
28 Sep - 02 Oct
An exuberant line-up of international and local artists, offering audiences a chance to experience the very best in the global genre that is cabaret.
26 Sep - 07 Oct
We're taking the school holidays to the International Space Station!
Crayfish (rock lobster) numbers have dropped to record lows in marine reserves at Leigh and Tawharanui.
Spring is in full bloom at the Auckland Domain this week with a magnificent new tulip display.
Come disguised in your spookiest costume and eeriest mask and be transported back in time to a Victorian Halloween.
26 Sep - 07 Oct
School holiday programme at New Zealand Maritime Museum.
Today's Zoo Tales is about an amazing kid who loves these beautiful big cats!