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Development 24 Nov 2015

Wynyard Quarter-style development planned for Onehunga port

A council organisation plans to transform the Onehunga waterfront into a ‘Manukau Quarter’ similar to the Wynyard Quarter development.

Community 24 Nov 2015

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board celebrates five years

Over the past five years, excellent progress has been made on many important projects in the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area.

Sports / Leisure 24 Nov 2015

Watch: Auckland welcomes the All Blacks

Highlights from the All Blacks' triumphant arrival in Auckland.

Beaches 24 Nov 2015

Spotlight on our neighbourhoods - Hibiscus and Bays

Known for its beautiful beaches and many a tourist attraction, it’s not surprising that the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area is one of Auckland’s fastest growing spots.

Community 24 Nov 2015

Flying school history celebrated at Selwyn Reserve

A sundial with special significance has been installed at Selwyn Reserve.

Arts 18 Nov 2015

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre to pop up in Auckland

William Shakespeare’s famous Globe Theatre will rise again – in Auckland.

Environment 17 Nov 2015

Awards open to Auckland farmers

Auckland Council has partnered with the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust, so that the region’s farmers and horticulturists are eligible to enter the 2016 Ballance Farm Environment Awards – with entries open until 31 October.

Environment 17 Nov 2015

Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill planting symbol of new Auckland

A tree will soon again stand on the tihi (summit) of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill.

Events

05 Oct 2022

‘Madame Curie’ family craft workshop

School holiday educational presentation about double Nobel prize-winning scientist, Marie Sklodowska Curie.

05 Oct 2022

Delicious Fiji curry

Enjoy making a delicious Fiji curry at Otahuhu Library.

05 Oct 2022

Diwali Lamp Making

Celebrate Diwali by making a Diya lamp, through provided upcycled arts and crafts.

05 Oct 2022

Family movie afternoon

Come and join us for an afternoon of popcorn and movie fun.

05 Oct 2022

HeritageTalks: History in a Coffee Cup – better than your latte fix with Tony Batistich

Hear history from Tony Batistich with a cup of coffee.

05 Oct 2022

HeritageTalks: Ulumate Project: Sacredness of Human Hair Series

A journey to make a contemporary ulu cavu wig and revive the ancient practice of Fijian wig making.

05 Oct 2022

HeritageTalks: Ulumate Project: Sacredness of Human Hair Series - with Daren Kamali and Joana Monolagi

Learn about human hair wig, the ancient practice of Fijian wig making.

05 Oct 2022

School Holidays – Steampunk

Use creative instincts and abilities along with recycled discarded objects to create steampunk masks.