Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board was proud to do its bit and give visitors in Auckland for the World Masters Games an authentic taste of the Pacific, while boosting local business.
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.
On Friday 7 April, Māngere Mountain opened its gates and invited guests to witness a new and exciting education experience.
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In six different locations across Auckland the markets have steadily expanded and become a regular event in Auckland's local entertainment.
Dance and music group Pukepuke o’ Tonga will perform an album based on the mythical poetry of the late Queen Sālote Tupou III at Mangere Arts Centre on Saturday 8 April.
North Island brown kiwi will be released this afternoon in the Hunua Ranges, the first of their species to inhabit the area for decades.
Favour Yuka uses fashion to express her unique identity and is debuting her fashion label F-Goma at the Auckland International Cultural Festival 2017.
The sounds of the Pacific and a little bit of homegrown country will be on show at the the World Masters Games entertainment hub on Queens Wharf in April.
A Chinese Cultural Centre is to be established in Auckland, following the signing of an agreement between Mayor Phil Goff and Chinese Ambassador Wang Lutong.
Discover free live events and performances at your local Auckland Council art centre.