Sick kororā/little penguins found washed up on North Shore beaches will soon be rehabilitated with help from a Devonport-Takapuna local board grant.
Avondale library and community hub has taken another step in its development, following the adoption of the name ‘Te Hono’ by Whau Local Board.
For the second year running, the crowds were dazzled at the Whau Pacific Festival.
Habitat for Humanity’s Home Repair Programme is overseeing essential repairs to 11 houses.
There’s nothing quite like swimming across the most prominent marine highway in New Zealand.
Visitors who are blind or partially sighted will have the opportunity to experience the tactile works in the exhibition through the senses of touch and sound.
Join us in the Homestead Galleries for a mark-making session on Aute/Tapa cloth, using natural pigments from plants, soil and clay.
A beloved childhood classic is getting the Silo Park spin with a day of FREE games, entertainment, and a few surprises along the way, all at Aucklanders’ favourite waterfront park.
In contemplating our existence, the natural world, and feelings of wonder, loss, longing, desire, and surrender, Kelly has created an orchestral and choral work of rare beauty a...
A customised inflatable sports arena where a range of sports/games can be played for all ages.
Join us to play multisport, capture the flag, ultimate Frisbee lawn games, and many more.