New changing facilities open at Sister Rene Shadbolt Park
The New Lynn Suburbs Rugby Club has a new toilet and changing rooms facility thanks to a partnership between the club and Whau Local Board.
City centre board endorses staged approach to square upgrade
Upgrades to Freyberg Square and the Ellen Melville Centre in Auckland’s city centre will begin in mid-2016, following strong public support.
Board confirms support for Takapuna campground
Devonport-Takapuna Local Board has confirmed its support for a rejuvenated campground at Takapuna Beach.
Remuera drivers to see red
Red light runners are being targeted with a new warning system.
Council reviews rates exemption for a North Shore firm
Auckland Council is reviewing if Babcock should be paying more in rates.
Thousands cycle Auckland's Lightpath
Thousands of people have used Te Ara I Whiti – the Lightpath during the first fortnight since the Nelson Street off-ramp was transformed into a dazzling magenta cycleway.
Oprah loves Tāmaki Makaurau
Internationally renowned talk show host Oprah Winfrey has taken a moment to relax in some of Auckland’s most beautiful parklands.
Sculptor of the Week – Marte Szirmay
Auckland-based artist Marte Szirmay’s sculpture, Seek, is an acquisition award winner, for the permanent collection at Auckland Botanic Gardens.
Pop-up vintage photography studio
Learn more about this technique and watch as the alchemic process magically makes images appear on the plate.
Weekend Clay Workshop
There will be demonstrations throughout both days on hand building and wheel throwing to spark an idea!
Light Abounds: Paint & Sip Sessions
Pick out a date, invite your friends, grab a free cocktail and create your own painting, guided by artist and tutor Abbey Lyman.
Andy Leleisi'uao: Unbeautiful Evening
Omnipresent and connective, water plays an essential role in humanity’s survival. Yet, just as water enables life, its waves may become vicious. In late January this year, Tāmak...
Night Flight – EcoFest
This performance is a walking adventure at night on uneven and steep (ish) terrain (bush tracks).
Korean Culture In Auckland
There will be performances from K-Pop artists, food stalls, a Kimchi exhibition with chef shows, and everything about alcohol, the cities, and the beauty of Korea.
Sham, by Jess Sayer
Jess Sayer is a multi-award winning playwright and actress.
Earth Beat Festival 2023
Earth Beat Festival is the place where you play, learn, revitalise make new connections and return to the world grounded and inspired!