Clifton Court makes a case for Panmure
Newly spruced up Clifton Court public space opens up in Panmure.
Store volunteers to stop single can sales
A supermarket has been praised for volunteering to stop single can sales of high-alcohol content beer.
Get planting in Upper Harbour
Winter has arrived and with it thousands of native plants ready for planting in local parks across the Upper Harbour Local Board area.
Shoreline adaptation plans adopted
Plans to guide how Auckland Council coastal assets in the Franklin area are managed over the next century have been adopted.
Southern boards back business
Business Improvement District rates have been put forward in Franklin, Manurewa and Papakura.
Local board approves four Three Kings road names
New road names connect residents to historic and cultural ties of Three Kings.
Two parks win international award again in Waitākere Ranges
Both parks have been recipients of this award multiple times since 2014, with Waikumete being the first cemetery in the southern hemisphere to win the award.
Over $55,000 awarded to Puketāpapa community
More than $290,000 in grants was requested in this funding round.
Repair Cafe - K-Road (Une-Deux Cafe)
Bring broken or damaged items, and locals volunteer their time and expertise to fix them for free.
Game Grumps Live - Tournament Of Gamers
Game Grumps is a comedy gaming show hosted by Arin and Dan.
Orewa Artisan Market
Come along, and browse the stalls; you will find something unique, something for yourself or a gift for someone else.
Free Organ Concert Series
Head to the Auckland Town Hall for performances on the iconic Auckland Town Hall Organ on selected Sundays.
Dawn Wishes to Hiwa-i-te-Rangi
Gathering to mark the opening of the Matariki Festival 2023, we invite you to join us for fire, karakia and kai.
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Embark on a transformative journey through the traditions of Māori culture and spirituality, illuminated by the shimmering star cluster of Matariki.
Matariki Festival 2023
Celebrate the Māori new year in Tāmaki Makaurau with Matariki Festival.
In the neon-lit streets of futurist Aotearoa, an ex-MMA fighter discovers you can’t ever really escape the past.