Auckland Council erected huge toast towers at Britomart on Wednesday 9 November to show the scale of food waste in our city.
Auckland Council is encouraging residents to love their leftovers throughout November with a series of workshops, competitions and community events promoting the Love Food Hate Waste campaign.
If you’re looking for fresh produce straight from the farm gate, delicious cuisines from around the world, or some of the best local art, craft and jewellery the region has to offer, Auckland’s many bustling markets are a great place to start.
"The new Pop-up Globe will be a jewel – one of the most amazing temporary theatres ever created," says artistic director and founder Dr Miles Gregory.
Howick Local Board is calling out for stallholders and performers, bands and cultural groups for the Tamaki River Festival 2017.
This short video explains the new protections for food service operators, patrons and customers.
Eight of the 13 winners at the 2016 New Zealand Food Awards were companies based in the Auckland region.
Do you have an idea to prevent or reduce food waste? Kick that plan into action with the opening of Auckland Council’s first ever Love Food Hate Waste Fund.
Schools in the Howick Local Board area will be putting their green thumbs to the test for the sake of good health.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2017 will be held in Auckland’s Albert Park.