All seven council-owned splashpads across Tāmaki Makaurau will be open over summer for kids and their whānau (family) to enjoy.
27 Nov - 29 Nov
This popular film festival returns to serve up premiere screenings of a wide range of films.
More than 90 per cent of building consent applications are now processed on time, making it easier for Aucklanders to get on with projects.
27 Nov - 24 Dec
Christmas parades, carol-singing events, festivals, markets, kids' activities and more.
Space Hub is a platform dedicated to connecting artists with diverse spaces across Waitematā.
A dazzling display of floats, marching bands, entertainers and characters from TV and film.
Aotea resident Taryn Wilks is on a mission to protect and enhance the island’s unique environment and ecology and is rallying others to be part of the journey.
27 Nov - 12 Dec
A family classic by Michael Paller, directed by Andrew Gordon.
Panuku Development has released its latest annual report, covering performance for the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
27 Nov - 19 Dec
Basement Theatre's annual Christmas show fundraiser.
Hazardous gas cooker canisters and lithium batteries are on the rise in rubbish and recycling trucks in Auckland and causing fires at the Transfer Station as these materials are dumped.
27 Nov - 06 Dec
A warm, deep hug of a play, a story about depression, loss and finding all the beautiful things in your life.
Following the amalgamation of the region’s eight legacy councils in 2010, Auckland Council’s Animal Management unit is now the largest animal control unit in Australasia.
28 Nov - 05 Dec
Two days of free family fun, including a Santa parade, live entertainment and kids activities.
The completion of the first project in Auckland Council’s $350 million Downtown Programme was celebrated in a dawn blessing today.
28 Nov - 13 Dec
Delight your pre-schoolers this silly season with an orchestral concert featuring iconic children’s entertainer Suzy Cato.
From 14 December, residents will be able to use hand-held hoses fitted with trigger nozzles; though they are still urged to use water wisely as the city’s water shortage continues.
28 Nov - 28 Feb
Enjoy Aotearoa’s premier showcase for ceramic practice, organised annually by Te Uru.
Auckland’s 55 libraries have curated their Top 100 list of titles – in ten categories - ready for summer 2021.
28 Nov - 29 Nov
Pest Free Auckland brings you the Auckland Pestival Weekend 2020 featuring the Mayoral Conservation Awards and CitiSci.
Ōrākei Local Board members were invited 30 meters underground to explore Watercare wastewater project and what they found was impressive.
This performance will include Cimarosa’s double flute concerto, art tours and light refreshments.
Take a digital tour of He Kohinga Toi and discover a new way to experience the city this summer.
An amazing line up of food trucks, a wonderful array of artworks, jewellery, produce and much more.
Mayor Goff said that the significant investment in the wetlands would prevent flooding and enable the development of new residential homes for around 15,000 people.
Two celebrated New Zealand architecture and design studios, Athfield Architects and Isthmus Group, have been appointed to design the new community facility and upgraded town square for Avondale.
A full acoustic testing of Orewa’s two voice-capable tsunami warning sirens was completed on Monday 23 November.