Auckland Council will advocate for legislative changes to ban the private sale and use of fireworks at the Governance and Administration Select Committee on Wednesday 13 November
13 Nov - 14 Nov
Explore the themes of scams, corruption, tax evasion, and art forgery at this film festival.
Sir Bob Harvey, six-term mayor of Waitākere City, takes us on a tour of his favourite west coast nature spots.
13 Nov - 16 Nov
This annual series showcases our students' choreography.
Auckland Council is planning the 21st Auckland International Cultural Festival on Sunday 5 April 2020 and is calling for expressions of interest.
Join Murray Edmond for this talk about Auckland’s first professional theatre.
The Manurewa community rallied to ensure the town's tradition of honouring Armistice Day would continue unbroken.
APO favourite Ning Feng returns with Beethoven’s titanic concerto, one of the summits of the violinist’s repertoire.
Have your say on how to improve coastal walkways in Beach Haven.
14 Nov - 17 Nov
This programme features a repertoire of our favourite works from the last 10 years in dance.
Aucklanders who have plots at the Daldy Street Community Garden will now have somewhere to store their tools and grow seeds with the arrival of a shed and glasshouse from the former Griffiths Garden site.
Learn about the native flora and fauna of the area as well as the unique geological and cultural history.
A call for more kindness -an opinion piece from Councillor Cathy Casey.
15 Nov - 24 Nov
Ten days of free guided walks on beautiful Waiheke Island.
Damaged wastewater pipes keep Browns Bay off-limits.
15 Nov - 16 Nov
Relax in the comfort of your own car, put your feet on the dash and enjoy MOTAT'S first Drive-In!
Work is starting on a major shared path linking communities in west Auckland.
15 Nov - 16 Nov
Check out the latest technology, take a test ride and get your own eBike built and fitted just for you.
Have your say on Auckland Transport plans to improve safety for pedestrians along Sunnynook Road.
Watch a selection of short films telling the stories of transgender and non-binary people and end with an educational panel.
Announcing the 2019/2020 Studio One Toi Tū Creative Studio Residents.
An incredible entertainment spectacle with international Supercross and off-road motorcycling.
Auckland Museum is welcoming feedback on its Draft Annual Plan 2020/2021.
Watercare is inviting Aucklanders to come and learn about the dams in the Hūnua Ranges.
With Pride Festival 2020 looming, Auckland Council’s Proud Centres are calling for the community to submit ideas for family-friendly events.
16 Nov - 23 Nov
Bring the kids to Arataki Visitor Centre and take them out on to the trails for a creature hunt.
It’s going to be safer to walk, bike, scoot and get around Māngere Bridge thanks to Auckland Transport's safer communities programme.
Learn circus skills like juggling, hula hoop, acrobatics, walking the tight wire or ride the unicycle.
A new aquatic and leisure centre is being built at Barry Curtis Park and Flat Bush community is being asked to have their say on the services it wants to see at the facility.
Mozart’s Concerto in A major for Clarinet was written for his friend, Stadler, who had already inspired the great clarinet quintet.