Auckland Council's very own Lara Croft
Meet Laura... specialist archaeologist in the council's Heritage Team. This 24-year-old is an activist of sorts.
Beach Haven Community space spruces up village centre
Beach Haven has a vibrant new community space in the heart of the village, inhabiting the site where the old post office building once stood.
Bringing our heritage to life
Check out this amazing History Alive series to see how much Auckland has changed over the past 100 years!
Protecting the Waitākere Ranges
West Aucklanders turned out on October 15 to the community forum, Te Wao Nui a Tiriwa - Standing up for the Waitākere Ranges.
Don’t miss out - book local sports fields
Remember to book ahead and lock-in your game time on local sport fields.
Explore the Waikōwhai Walkway
The 10km walkway follows the northern shore of the Manukau Harbour, between Lynfield Cove and the Onehunga foreshore.
Memorial Gardens seeks help locating families
Manukau Memorial Gardens is asking for help from the public to trace the families of loved ones whose headstones were accidentally damaged last week.
Sandspit Reserve Playground upgraded
Sandspit Reserve Playground in Waiuku has had a long‑awaited upgrade.
World of Cultures - Nathan Homestead
Learn about the people, witness the traditions, enjoy the performances and much more.
World of Cultures at Nathan Homestead
Come pick up a new skill, have a new experience and be mesmerised by our community's abundant creativity and cultural flavours.
Kids Tongan Ngatu (Tapa Cloth) Workshop
Kids can learn about Tongan Ngatu (Tapa Cloth) using a similar process to Ngatu making using paper, crayons, and Indian ink.
Free Composting Workshops: April
This free workshop offers an introduction on how to compost with bokashi bins.
The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch
Don’t miss this much-loved New Zealand stage adventure, where high seas, high adventure, and hi-jinks abound.
'Native Tree Rescue' Papakura Stream Restoration – EcoFest
We will be caring for thousands of native trees and shrubs that have recently been planted by releasing them from strangling weeds.
Meditation in Motion with Tai Chi Hibiscus
Everyone is welcome to participate!
A World of Cultures performance by Torbay School Kapa Haka Group
Join us for this powerful cultural tradition.