A revamped heritage building has become the first property in Wynyard Quarter to receive an ‘excellent’ score for energy efficiency.
12 Apr - 28 May
An exhibition of portraits at The Pah Homestead.
Dance and music group Pukepuke o’ Tonga will perform an album based on the mythical poetry of the late Queen Sālote Tupou III at Mangere Arts Centre on Saturday 8 April.
Emerging Auckland looks back to the mid-1980s, when Auckland was undergoing a construction boom.
The new Treaty Settlements feature on the Auckland Council GIS viewer Geomaps allows for people to learn about the history of treaty land in Auckland.
Franklin Local Board wants your feedback on two plans for a network of trails and pathways on the Pohutukawa Coast and in Waiuku.
Auckland War Memorial Museum’s Online Cenotaph is a living memorial to those who served Aotearoa New Zealand during times of international conflict.
Auckland Council’s Planning Committee is to consider approving engagement with mana whenua and landowners on approximately 270 new Sites and Places of Significance to Mana Whenua.
18 Mar - 03 Sep
Explore the journeys made by migrants to New Zealand in a compelling exhibition inspired by real-life experiences.
In 2015, Te Toi Uku Crown Lynn and Clayworks Museum opened in New Lynn to showcase west Auckland's ceramics history.