Simpler and more frequent bus network for North Shore
North Shore residents can look forward to a simpler, better connected, and more frequent bus network which reflects the community’s needs, as the final decisions on the New Network for the North Shore were released today.
Creeping fuchsia at the Botanic Gardens
The blue pollen of these rare fuchsia are a treat for visitors to the Botanic Gardens.
Arkles Bay fishing permitted over winter
The summer-long ban on set netting at Arkles Bay will be lifted at midnight on Easter Monday.
Plan A, B and C is Earth!
Enter the gates at Sylvia Park School and you’ll be amazed at what students there have created.
Manukau Harbour home to many gems
With 520km of coastline, the Manukau Harbour is New Zealand’s second biggest harbour. It’s also home to many hidden gems which are well worth a visit while summer is still with us.
Don’t forget to see the forget-me-not at the Botanic Gardens
With their delicate white rosette like leaves forget-me-not are a firm favourite with visitors to Auckland’s Botanic Gardens.
Discover ‘Cook’s Scurvy Grass’ at the Botanic Gardens
Nau, or ‘Cook’s Scurvy Grass’, is one of the many coastal herbs which would have helped rid Captain Cook’s crew of scurvy.
Housing update: Glen Innes, Point England and Panmure
Tamaki Regeneration Company (TRC) is making great strides in regenerating the Auckland suburbs of Glen Innes, Point England and Panmure.
There are currently no events that match your search within . For more events go to all events.