Work will soon begin to improve a part of the shared walking and cycling path on Central Park Drive, Henderson.
Plans for a permanent waka ama facility in Te Atatū have taken a step closer following the news that approximately 200m2 of council land next to Te Atatu Boat Club is set to be reclassified to allow for more storage space for waka.
West Aucklanders are being urged to make the most of a digital hub providing key sources of important information during lockdown.
A group of fourteen students from Prospect School are creating a unique digital footprint, turning old and broken Chromebooks into working machines in West Auckland thanks to initial funding from Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Fourty-four young people from West Auckland high schools recently graduated from the Tula’i Pacific Youth Leadership Programme.
Residents close to the Waitākere Ranges can look forward to access to free bins for pest plants for another twelve months as efforts continue in the fight against one of the forest’s major biodiversity threats.
A significant Government and council investment in Auckland-Council owned Auckland Film Studios in Henderson has been hailed as "transformational" by Waitākere Ward Councillors Linda Cooper and Shane Henderson.
Participate in New Zealand’s largest clean up event and make a significant difference in your local area.
A tasty selection of Auckland’s best street food, music and entertainment.
A safe space for all ages to discuss and bring awareness to mental health through the arts.
Learn about the history of the space and gain a behind-the-scenes look at some of the architectural details and stories.
Explore the natural world of Aotearoa, including exciting new works inspired by New Zealand’s flora and fauna.
A weekly fresh food market run by locals, for locals in the heart of Henderson.
The harp is more than music for angels and Hollywood flashbacks, as Ingrid Bauer shows us.