Auckland Council’s demographic advisory panels began a new three-year term this week, ensuring the views of Aucklanders spanning generations, cultures, ethnicities and abilities continue to be represented in council decisions.
It’s something you might walk past at first if you’re rushing to or from Wynyard Quarter – but stop and take a closer look and you’ll find a special little library housed in a simple container by Te Wero Bridge.
Anzac Day is a time to remember the servicemen and servicewomen who have displayed courage and made sacrifices to serve New Zealand. For Albert-Eden-Roskill Councillor Christine Fletcher the day has a special significance.
Updated 1:30pm Thursday 13 April: Auckland Civil Defence and Emergency Management is urging Aucklanders to think carefully about their travel plans and prepare for a wet few days as Cyclone Cook passes by the region.
The music and dance of ancient Tonga filled Māngere Arts Centre on Saturday as an album based on the poetry of late Tongan Queen Salote Tupou III was officially launched, with Princess Mele Siuilikutapu Kalaniuvalu Fotofili in attendance.