Enjoy a fantastic meal prepared by Auckland’s top chefs for only $20 and help support Fiji’s cyclone relief.
Pack your sunhat and sunscreen, and plan your journey to Western Springs Park – Pasifika returns this weekend.
Local families, neighbours and the wider community had a blast at the Tōia centre in Ōtāhuhu last weekend for the annual Ōtāhuhu Family Fun Day.
The 41st Polyfest festival launched on 1 March at the Manukau Sports Bowl.
Tens of thousands of people visited the Auckland Lantern Festival in its new location of Auckland Domain.
St Pierre’s Sushi, Cinta Malaysian and Kapai are joining the container village, along with convenience store Grab ‘More.
Auckland Safe Zone is setting up at Queen Elizabeth Square, Britomart, from 5 February to 19 March on weekend nights when there’s a lot going on in the city.
Contemporary Māori cuisine based on traditional cooking methods and indigenous ingredients is on offer at the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival.
Waiheke is a haven of pristine beaches and bays each so different, they almost have a personality of their own.
The Lantern Festival is moving to Auckland Domain to accommodate the growing number of festival goers it attracts each year.