08 Nov - 12 Nov
Welcome to the largest, oldest and most respected Russian film festival outside of Russia.
Traditional Māori design and modern engineering skills have combined to make the Alford Street Bridge a striking feature of Auckland’s Waterview Shared Path.
A free, fun day for the family celebrating the diverse communities of Māngere and Ōtāhuhu through arts and culture.
Feast on delicious food from all over Latin America while watching dance groups compete.
Korean-Kiwi artist Seung Yul Oh is making a splash at Albany Stadium Pool with the unveiling of his latest works, Upon a Pond and Drop a Loop.
Marama Muru-Lanning's book Tupuna Awa looks at the people and politics of the Waikato River.
Wondering why the city is bathed in colours reminiscent of the breaking dawn? Why the Sky Tower has turned gold?
Most people know that rates help pay for the council to collect rubbish, maintain roads and look after our parks. But did you know that rates also help fund many other things that make Auckland a great place to live?
06 Dec - 14 Dec
An Indian Ink theatre production at TAPAC.
Johnny Hui is Family and Early Years Programmer at Auckland Museum. He tells us a little bit about why the museum is a special place to work.