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A group of Manurewa youth have set up a cafe to help those wanting a place to practise their te reo Māori in a fun, non-judgemental setting.
The Environment and Community Committee has endorsed the Māori naming of parks and places across Tāmaki Makaurau.
Six hupara have been designed by children for the first public Te Mara Hupara cultural garden.
An educational talk on colonial and island cultures in the Cook Islands.
Win a $500 cash prize for your rangoli design at Ellen Melville Centre ahead of this year's festival.
Celebrate the people and cultures that have made Tāmaki Makaurau the diverse city it is today
Grants have been used to make much-needed improvements to marae facilities in Māngere.
Auckland Council’s Community Development and Safety Committee has approved $408,000 in funding for regional events.
The eco-friendly way to bid farewell to the Hindu deity.