Join our popular guided tour of the galleries, hear an introductory talk and watch the film Poles Apart.
Do you make an incomparable dahi puri? Gulab jamun that people will travel across town for? Or are you part of a dance group able to help showcase Indian performance styles?
OurAuckland talks to Conservation Hero Richard Hursthouse.
This National Volunteer Week (18-24 June 2017), it’s our time to recognise and celebrate the people who freely give their time, energy and skills to help make our communities great.
Did you know that Ōtara and its surrounding area is full of great things to do? From parks and playgrounds, to pools, leisure centres and libraries, all run or looked after by Auckland Council.
MPHS, the trust that runs the Waitākere Community Recycling Centre, has been recognised by the Department of Corrections for its work in rehabilitating offenders.
A community with zero tolerance to graffiti vandalism combined with the efforts of organisations like the Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust, is helping to boost civic pride across south Auckland.
A platform for people from all walks to tell stories both true and imagined.
Healthy Homes is asking for donations of second-hand curtains for Auckland families in need.
17 Jun - 01 Jul
Students from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa showcase their talents in a contemporary haka theatre.