Auckland Council’s Annual Report shows the Council Group continuing to deliver on its record capital investment programme, with infrastructure spending of $2.5 billion, despite COVID-19 lockdowns and supply chain challenges.
The National Erebus Memorial project is being sponsored and led by the Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage (MCH).
Auckland Council and Auckland Transport have unveiled their midtown programme, describing the area as: ‘a part of Auckland where our history, art and culture can be seen and heard and will spill out into public life; where people choose to spend time and socialise; a place that is attractive and feels inclusive and safe.’
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.
Auckland Council is seeking public feedback on proposed changes to the Significance and Engagement Policy, which provides guidance on how the council receives and considers community views when making decisions.
As the region approaches its first weekend in Alert Level 3, Auckland Council is asking Aucklanders to keep following the rules and stay local to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
This major exhibition takes the viewer on a journey as we contemplate isolation, stoicism, fear, anxiety and dread.
Enter the mind of George and view his incredibly intricate drawings in this, his first ever solo exhibition.
An incredible exhibition featuring prehistoric ocean predators that will delight all ages.
This exhibition explores expressions of love, loss, and longing through a bold and contemporary curatorial lens.
Learn about some of the classic and lesser-known herbs used in the 19th century and today.
Performing Arts Holiday Programmes for ages 5-17 will include activities led by experienced industry professionals.
This programme provides free K-Pop dance classes.