Myers Park is the place to play
Myers Park is fast becoming a favourite destination for Auckland families.
Poster series celebrates Hauraki Gulf
Coming up with three compelling and visual stories about the Gulf has become a summer ritual for Hauraki Gulf Forum’s Executive Officer Tim Higham.
Griffiths Holdings building coming down
Assessments carried out late last year confirmed that it’s structurally unsafe and demolition is required.
Designer chosen for Domain memorial
Te Takuahi – The Hearth – will form the basis of the World War One Centenary Memorial in Auckland Domain.
New Pine Harbour Ferry timetable starts end of February 2016
Eight extra services every day between Monday to Thursday, and 12 additional services on a Friday.
Experience positive vibes in G.I. with Sweet Release
Sweet Release's Dan Patea spoke to OurAuckland ahead of his Music in Parks gig this Saturday 19 February.
Spa pools treated after Legionella bacteria detected
Spa pools at Auckland Council’s leisure facilities have been given an additional chemical clean as a precautionary measure following the detection of Legionella bacteria in two spa pools.
City cycleway to improve travel choice
The final design for the Quay St Cycleway has been announced on 17 February, with the cycleway opening in late May.
Te Atatū South Repair Café
Bring your broken or damaged items and local volunteers will fix them for you for free.
Knitting Group: Pt Chevalier Little Library
Come along for a casual weekly knitting session and make new friends.
Tara McLeod: About type exhibition
The works on display show Tara’s collaborations with Aotearoa-based poets and artists and include his ideas about typography, letterforms, art, life, and book design.
Toró: é tudo tanto/ It's all so much
In a torrent of images, words, sounds, sensations, meanings and artistic expressions, you are invited to reflect on the experience of otherness and its contradictions.
Rozanna Lee: Sekali pendatang, tetap pendatang
Lee’s project draws from personal histories to consider the journeys and status of migrant communities in society globally, and particularly in relation to her own Chinese-Indon...
Light from Tate: 1700s to Now
This exhibition features more than 70 artworks by celebrated artists across the globe from the 18th century to the present day.
Jiggle & Wiggle
Come along on Friday mornings for music, dancing, ukuleles, bubbles & lots of fun!
Tamariki Time at Devonport Library
Come and join us for our Tamariki sessions at Devonport Library!