A video of A Kauri Cries – a piece of music 'composed' by a dying Kauri tree and performed by members of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra – is being shown at Silo Cinema.
Auckland Council’s governing body has decided to ask Aucklanders what they think about expanding shop trading to Easter Sunday.
Take your taste buds for a world tour with Taste of Puketāpapa and be in to win a year’s free dining.
The 18th Auckland International Cultural Festival is on Sunday 2 April. Event Organiser Cara Cantwell and Albert-Eden-Roskill Councillor Cathy Casey tell us what to expect and share some tips for the day.
Registrations are now open for What's Your Flavour 2017, which this year will see teens creating burgers around the theme ‘healthy with a cultural twist.’
Auckland Design Office's Phil Wihongi explains that by championing Māori design practice, Auckland Council is demonstrating its commitment to the Māori communities of Auckland and Te Titriti o Waitangi.
Whare Koa Mangere Community House makes the New York Times.
A young Auckland couple have used Auckland Regional Historic Heritage Grants Programme to help partially restore Foresters' Hall
You can now explore Auckland Art Gallery without leaving home, thanks to the Museum View feature from Google.
Wellington quartet Bakers Eddy are fast making a name for themselves on New Zealand’s rock scene.