Bringing communities together – The Jungle
‘The Jungle’, Ōtara’s newest basketball court has never seen an empty day since it was opened at the beginning of August. Why are locals in love with it?
Albany development gets green light
Upper Harbour Local Board is welcoming news that a high-end mixed residential and retail development is to be built north of the old Albany village.
Biddick’s Bay history revealed
A family’s historic connection with a bay in the Orākei Local Board area has been officially recognised.
Council supports conservation volunteers at Atiu Creek
Council is partnering with Conservation Volunteers NZ and will contribute $50,000 towards the Restore Ātiu Creek Ecology (RACE) project.
Government urged to protect our marine environment
On October 29 Auckland Council approved its submission to the government on the areas proposed to be offered for petroleum exploration permit applications in 2016.
Waiheke Island named as a top 10 region
The secret is out – Waiheke Island has been named one of the world’s top 10 regions for next year in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016 publication.
Tucked away on the upper shores of the Waitematā Harbour is the small community of Greenhithe.
Connect with migrants (ARCC drop-in session)
earn about the work ARCC does with forced migrants in our community.
Creepy Crawly Night Time Stream Explore – EcoFest
Bring a flashlight & wear sturdy shoes to explore Creepy Crawlies in Te Toki Reserve.
Crop Swap Meets Rocky Bay – EcoFest
If you have it, please bring something to swap - surplus produce, cut flowers, preserves, jams, seedlings and other garden-related goodies.
Grow Your Own Greens - Blockhouse Bay Library
Learn practical tips for reducing food waste and clever storage ideas to keep your food fresh for longer.
He Wai – EcoFest
This performance includes folk, soul, haka, and jazz elements to bring audiences of all ages together to celebrate the natural world surrounding us.
Indigenous Australian dot painting and dreamtime
Get creative and design your own abstract dot painting to tell your story.
Just Eat It - Movie Screening: Avondale
The couple dive into the issue of waste, from farm to retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge.