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Getting around Tāmaki Makaurau is risky for our native birds. The good news is you and your whānau only need to do one simple thing to make your backyard a haven and not a hunting ground.
The May-June issue of OurAuckland is out now, available online, delivered to homes across the region and available at transport hubs across Auckland.
Matariki is on the way and to celebrate, Auckland Council is once again hosting free community planting days over winter.
To find out more about our 2021 kauri dieback monitoring programme, please join our webinar on Thursday 20 May.
11 May - 16 May
Six days of discussion, conversation, reading, debate, performance, schools, family and free events.
Franklin Local Board's Waterway Fund has been extended so more Franklin landowners can access funding.
A socially distanced sound installation and immersive theatre experience direct from the UK.
With building consent numbers at an all-time high, Auckland Council is looking to new online tools and services to help manage increases in service demands and maintain its record-breaking building consent activity.
30 Apr - 23 May
A great line-up of laughs from the best Kiwi comedians.
Drury Hall upgrade work will be funded from savings realised in other Papakura Local Board projects.
22 Apr - 16 May
More than 30 free walks hosted by city-loving guides and local residents.
At the northern end of Takapuna Beach, curious-looking basalt formations can be seen across the shore platform at low tide.
01 May - 31 May
Heart of the City cafes, bars and eateries will be serving up over 75 eating out offers for $15 or less.
Work is underway on a major project to make the much-loved Beach Haven recreational wharf in Hilders Park stronger and safer for generations to come.
13 May - 29 May
A fun-filled escapade for the whole family that will set imaginations soaring.
Concept plans for Deacon Point, Riverhead Point Drive and Riverhead War Memorial Park have been adopted by Rodney Local Board.
12 May - 15 May
Auckland Theatre Company's New Zealand premiere of this bracing, bawdy knockout debut.
Manurewa Local Board is looking for a greener future for the area.
12 May - 16 May
Iconic New Zealand entertainer Jackie Clarke takes on the role of Shirley Valentine.
Papakura Local Board has declined the opportunity to turn the Senior Citizen’s Hall in East Street into an Auckland Council asset.
12 May - 26 May
Auckland Live celebrates the musical talent of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Elemental AKL is returning this July with an ever-growing number of events and experiences celebrating the culture, cuisine and creativity of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
A theatrical celebration of some of New Zealand fiction’s most inspirational wāhine Māori.
Significant track enhancements are about to begin on Te Pane o Mataoho / Te Ara Pueru / Māngere Mountain aimed at preserving historic pā features and providing a safer, enhanced visitor experience.
12 May - 24 May
An engaging online program of nine documentaries, five features and two short films.
Manurewa Local Board is widening a successful safe streets campaign alongside Auckland Transport to make it safer for people to walk and cycle in their neighbourhoods.
13 May - 16 May
Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony Award®-winning true-life musical phenomenon.
The city’s challenges have been correctly identified in Auckland Transport’s Regional Land Transport Plan 2021, the Papakura Local Board says.
Beethoven Symphony No.4 and Symphony No.5 performed by the APO.
Home to a range of sports, the Ngāti Ōtara Park Multi-sport Centre opened on 8 May, offering local talent world-class space with modern equipment to train on.
Brings 25 young people from local high schools and 25 older adults together to discuss a range of topical issues.
Here are the top eight reasons that keep people coming back to Potter’s Park.
This group walk sparks curiosity and promotes a sense of freedom and joy in our city streets.