The Auckland Design Manual has introduced a new tool to help architects and designers cater for people of all physical abilities and stages of life when they are designing buildings and public spaces.
In the works Don’t Dream it’s Over, artist Janet Lilo has used her striking banana motif and sharp neon elements to illustrate Karangahape Road’s melting pot of history, cultural heritage and community diversity.
Consultation on Auckland Council’s 21 draft local board plans closed on Friday 30 June, and community feedback will now be taken into account before the plans are finalised.
Whangaparāoa resident Julie King works tirelessly to support vulnerable and financially struggling people in her area.
Get your crew together, grab a Matariki Festival 2017 programme, and set off on an art trail to explore the rich and diverse art on display in celebration of Matariki, the Māori New Year.
In the midst of Matariki, Auckland Council celebrates the stars of our zero-waste community.
Details of a bold programme to make Auckland predator and pest free by 2050 have been unveiled.
Auckland Botanic Gardens has received a Qualmark Award.
The New Lynn Night Markets will come to an end this month after three years.
OurAuckland talks to Rachel about being a Peoples Panel member