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Environment 21 Jul 2022

Volunteers getting involved to love our local streams

Volunteers are digging in right around the Whau area to care for their local streamside areas, thanks to long standing support from the Whau Local Board.

Green spaces 21 Jul 2022

Upgrades to Tuff Crater walkway

An upgraded walkway has opened to the public at the North Shore’s Tuff Crater volcanic crater, made possible through ongoing funding from the Kaipātiki Local Board.

Zero Waste 21 Jul 2022

Free workshops to upcycle, mend and create

Participate in a series of exciting free workshops promoting a culture of repair.

Environment 21 Jul 2022

Stray cats and kittens cared for

Lost, stray and abandoned cats and kittens in Puketāpapa will get much needed care and attention before they are rehomed.

Conservation 21 Jul 2022

Forests flourish at Lake Pupuke

Volunteers from the Pupuke Birdsong Project have been restoring areas of endangered Pūriri forest near the North Shore’s Lake Pupuke with funding help from the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board.

Kids / Family 20 Jul 2022

Enrolments open for Aotea Early Learning Centre

The doors are soon to open on Aotea’s first ever day care facility.

Environment 20 Jul 2022

An exciting step towards Waiheke’s carbon zero goal

A survey of marine carbon sequestered (captured and stored) in the Waiheke marine environment will be carried out over the next few months.

Matariki 18 Jul 2022

Celebrating Matariki with an environmental twist

Seven organisations received grants through partner organisation Community Waitākere for events to celebrate Matariki and the environment.

Events

17 Aug 2022

The Great Comedy Debate

Two teams of comedians battle it out to find the answer: Can love save us?

17 Aug 2022

Author Talk with Rachel Petero and Friends

How do you take your space and create space for others?

17 Aug 2022

Author Talk: The Girl in the Mirror By Rose Carlyle

Meet author Rose Carlyle and hear about her book, The Girl in the Mirror. 

17 Aug 2022

It Takes a Village: How Reading and Storytelling Sets Your Whānau Up for Success

Talking, reading and singing with your tamariki leads to successful lifelong outcomes for the whole whānau.

17 Aug 2022

It’s Not All Online: Where Else Can I Look? – Shauna Hicks

This talk is a reminder that not everything is online.

17 Aug 2022

Kia Mau – Pēpeha Workshop

Join one of our wonderful kaimahi who will be facilitating this online space for you.

17 Aug 2022

Kia Rongo – Waiata Workshop

Join us in learning a waiata online.

17 Aug 2022

Piringatahi | Special Collections Up Close: Inspo for Artists

Look through a range of stunning private press, children's and illustrated books from Special Collections.