K-Pop global energy takes over High Street district with KCAKL
When KCAKL takes over the High Street district from 24–31 March the passions and talents of our Korean Aucklanders and superstars from Korea will burst into life.
Te reo Māori names adopted for Whau parks
Twenty six additional parks in Whau will now carry dual Māori / English names. The names were formally adopted at Whau Local Board’s recent business meeting.
Whau joins Welcoming Communities pilot
Whau Local Board is one of five Auckland boards to partner with Immigration New Zealand’s Welcoming Communities Programme pilot.
Tuia rangatahi all in place
Six rangatahi Māori – including five wāhine toa - have filled the Tuia mentoring positions made available by the city’s southern local boards.
Turner returns to Manukau Harbour Forum
Experienced Manukau Harbour guardians Jon Turner and Alan Cole have been returned as chair and deputy of Auckland Council’s Manukau Harbour Forum.
Albert-Eden & Puketāpapa Eco Festival is back
Climate action will be top of the agenda when the Albert-Eden & Puketāpapa Eco Festival returns this March. With an impressive programme of events, the aim of the festival is to build awareness and create localised solutions for climate action.
Point Chevalier Little Library pops up
While Point Chevalier Library is out of action, the little library is the neighbourhood's new temporary location that offers a small collection of loan books.
Canines on the roam
Over the past two summers, there has been a notable increase in complaints about roaming dogs in the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki area, as well as in Puketāpapa.
Join us for a packed programme of events, activities, installations, and workshops for people of all ages and stages of their sustainability journey.
Eskdale Restoration Day - EcoFest
Learn, make friends, care for the earth, and explore nature.
Sustainable Food Garden: Online Course
The course takes up to six weeks to complete, although it is completely self-paced.
NGĀ TANGATA MANU, TANIA MAE MILLER
This installation includes a large variety of figurative Manu and Tangata Manu made from harakeke, muka, and kiekie.
Rozanna Lee: Sekali pendatang, tetap pendatang
Lee’s project draws from personal histories to consider the journeys and status of migrant communities in society globally, and particularly in relation to her own Chinese-Indon...
Selwyn Muru: A Life's Work
Presenting many artworks never shown publicly before, this exhibition includes paintings and drawings alongside documentary photography, audio and video.
Hafdis’s paintings highlight the striking similarities between Iceland and New Zealand.