Manurewa, Papakura, Māngere-Ōtāhuhu and Ōtara-Papatoetoe local boards have cemented their growing relationships with mana whenua by signing relationship agreements with Ngāti Tamaoho.
Te Kupu o te Wiki for the week starting Rāhina, te 24 o Hōngongoi.
Waitematā Local Board member Vernon Tava has created an interactive map of heritage sites in the local board area.
This week's word is all good.
Did you know that Auckland is full of great things to do? There are adventures for kids of all ages – from parks and playgrounds, to pools, leisure centres and libraries, all run or looked after by Auckland Council.
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.
Auckland Council’s Auckland Design Manual (ADM) has launched new Māori design case studies and a video showcasing the design process.
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.
A musical theme for this week's word.
Traditional Māori design and modern engineering skills have combined to make the Alford Street Bridge a striking feature of Auckland’s Waterview Shared Path.