Where to find your copy
There are 14 versions of the A4 magazine – providing news and events for the 13 Auckland Council wards and one version for areas spanning ward boundaries.
A large-print version is available at Auckland Libraries for people with sight impairments or those who prefer the larger format.
Download the June edition of OurAuckland now
Landing in letterboxes, cafes and transport hubs from 28 May, the Pipiri (June) issue of Tō Tātou Tāmaki Makaurau – OurAuckland takes an in-depth look at our region’s thriving Māori identity.
We talk to entrepreneurs, advocates, urban designers, artists and experts about the ways that Māori culture, thinking and experience are helping to shape Auckland and the world.
Big stories this month include a kōrero with Kanoa Lloyd of The Project, a photo essay about how Māori art and design is shaping the urban environment, a detailed look at the Māori economy and much more.
In this issue
Sky's the Limit – Matariki Festival
Matariki Festival will take place from 22 June to 14 July, bringing the richness and splendour of our Māori identity to all parts of the city.
From Māori art to the integration of Māori values and traditions in new public spaces, Auckland is increasingly acknowledging, celebrating and embedding its Māori identity in the urban environment.
Across the region, a movement is underway to reflect the true richness of our heritage in the names of our parks and public spaces.
Kanoa Lloyd – Don’t Forget Your Roots
Visiting a wharenui in an American museum inspired The Project presenter Kanoa Lloyd to reconnect with Tokomaru Bay on the East Coast for the first time in nearly 30 years.
From Matariki Festival to the Festival of Photography, Auckland Wine Week to volunteer planting days, find out what’s happening across the region throughout June.
Find out what Auckland Council is doing in your local area, see photos from across the region and read about council projects throughout Tāmaki Makaurau.
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