On the day Auckland moves into the COVID-19 Protection Framework, the Tāmaki Makaurau region can also celebrate the achievement of 90 per cent of the eligible population being fully vaccinated across the region.
Today, 3 December is the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day aimed at encouraging understanding and increasing awareness of the need to be inclusive of people with disabilities in every aspect of our political, social, economic and cultural life.
Tāmaki Makaurau is now under the Red setting of the COVID-19 Protection Framework.
Summer wouldn’t be summer without ice cream melting all over the kids’ hands and faces. So, grab an ice cream and discover ten awe-inspiring things on Auckland’s waterfront. Some weren’t even here last summer, and some have been here for more than a century. Your walking shoes are calling.
Welcome to the place affectionately known as the wild child of Auckland’s city centre. Still edgy, diverse and authentic, Karangahape Road is now an uber-modern, smoothly functioning street.
The latest products, services and trends in renovations, building, furnishing and outdoor living.
A selection of Dvořák’s infectiously high-spirited Slavonic Dances will have us polka-ing out of the Town Hall.
National Youth Theatre presents Lionel Bart's classic musical OLIVER! based on Charles Dickens' novel, Oliver Twist.
An audio-visual showcase of music, songs and images that express the spectrum of human emotion.
Auckland’s inaugural Beers in the Park Festival is coming to Victoria Park.
An evening of music featuring Whirimako Black with Allana Goldsmith, Leon Wharekura and Dixon Nacey.