Winter rules come into effect for dog owners from 1 March. See the council website for full information.
28 Feb - 10 May
A must-see, world-class exhibition enjoyed all over the world by nature lovers and photographers.
Meet Manurewa Local Board Deputy Chairperson Melissa Atama, one of the faces of an exhibition to mark International Women's Day on 8 March.
28 Feb - 06 Mar
Visit after work with mates, make it a date night or just enjoy a stroll through the beautiful grounds.
Whether you're in training, planning an evening jog, or looking for a way to get fit and active over the summer months, AKL Paths is a great resource for finding a route that suits you.
28 Feb - 18 Apr
Auckland Council is bringing 26 free movie screenings in local parks.
Councillor Pippa Coom writes about the progress being made on the things that matter to Aucklanders.
28 Feb - 24 Apr
A collection of captivating portraits of the Maasai people from Tanzania.
Five drop-in sessions scheduled during March.
25 Feb - 07 Mar
This festival is the catalyst for exciting, outrageous and unique events.
Manurewa Local Board and Auckland Transport are partners in the biggest traffic safety project in the city.
27 Feb - 01 Mar
Media Design School graduates present 'Woven'.
Patricia Reade will be Acting Chief Executive when Stephen Town departs in June.
29 Feb - 11 Apr
From opera to jazz to rock, almost every genre is represented at 25 free events across the region.
Take a look at just some of the great markets held in our region and ways to grow your own food and help your community:
29 Feb - 28 Nov
Join a Community Regeneration Day at Jessie Tonar Scout Reserve.
A streetscape enhancement project in Avondale is set to go ahead with the addition of street lighting as part of the design.
29 Feb - 01 Mar
Celebrate children’s weekend on 29 February and 1 March at Auckland Zoo.
Hauraki Gulf Forum releases 'State of our Gulf 2020' report today.
29 Feb - 08 Mar
Delve into our Wild Work stories and learn about how Auckland Zoo is involved in Conservation projects on both land and sea.
Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board is inviting 13 to 24-year-olds to apply for its Youth Scholarships, offering up to $1000 towards learning and development opportunities.
Bringing together Auckland's rainbow communities to celebrate of our unique mix of cultures, sexualities and gender identities.
Hauraki Gulf Marine Park poster celebrates the diversity of life in Auckland’s big blue backyard.
29 Feb - 21 Mar
A hilarious look at small-town weddings gone wrong.
Te Ara Awataha, Northcote’s new greenway, is a 1.5km network of existing and new reserves that will run through the Northcote neighbourhood, connecting the town centre, schools and homes.
Three-piece thrash metal sensation Alien Weaponry will perform as part of Fringe Town.
The March issue of OurAuckland is out now, available online, delivered to homes across the region and available in cafes and transport hubs across Auckland.
Get your friends together for the biggest festival in town, featuring amazing artists, food and more.
An exhibition celebrating the work of 21 women photographers will be on display at the Ellen Melville Centre in Freyberg Place from March 6 to 9.
Interactive events and activities for all ages, including some great prizes to be won.