A transformative rehabilitation project at Paremoremo Auckland Prison is reducing waste sent to landfill and upskilling inmates for a life outside.
Mangere Mountain Education Centre and Nestlé Cook for Life – Ka Tunu Ka Ora have partnered to offer educational workshops to secondary school students, giving them the opportunity to know more about food and nutrition.
Creative champions and technology have come together in an initiative called Makerhood, helping people rediscover the art of making and encouraging people to tinker, fix and make stuff rather than consume it.
Mairangi Bay Arts Centre has appointed a new manager, Angela Suh, as the gallery takes steps towards a new strategic plan to help it keep serving the changing community.
Auckland Design Office's Phil Wihongi explains that by championing Māori design practice, Auckland Council is demonstrating its commitment to the Māori communities of Auckland and Te Titriti o Waitangi.
Registrations are now open for the Auckland Walk Challenge, a free event where you ‘virtually’ get to walk the length of New Zealand.
07 Feb - 14 Dec
A Muslim group where mothers and children from 0-5 years can play and learn in a safe environment.
Whare Koa Mangere Community House makes the New York Times.
Several of Auckland Council’s local boards are supporting Neighbours Day by offering small grants for neighbourhood events and are partnering with community organisations.
Next time you visit Great Barrier Island don't forget to grab a bargain at the Aotea Community Upcycle Centre in Claris, affectionately known by locals as the Tip Stop Shop.