Helping west Auckland's homeless
Homelessness is a pressing issue in west Auckland.
Improving safety for Bryde's whales
Ports of Auckland’s efforts to make the shipping industry safer for the local Bryde’s whale population have had encouraging results.
Dropped fees a victory for sports clubs
Orākei Local Board has helped achieve a victory for central Auckland sports clubs by getting sports field fees waived.
Engaged communities at the heart of Waiheke
World-renowned activist Jim Diers recently visited Waiheke Island.
Foxy addition to Mt Albert reserve
The Albert-Eden community now has a double flying fox at the Mt Albert Recreational Reserve in Wairere Avenue.
Exciting developments underway at Wynyard Quarter
New developments are underway at Wynyard Quarter.
Council Cadets get to know Waitematā Local Board
Did you know that Auckland Council runs a cadet programme?
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.
Polish Traditions of Easter exhibition
Come and learn about a traditional Polish Easter.
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.
Join us for a packed programme of events, activities, installations, and workshops for people of all ages and stages of their sustainability journey.
Sustainable Food Garden: Online Course
The course takes up to six weeks to complete, although it is completely self-paced.
NGĀ TANGATA MANU, TANIA MAE MILLER
This installation includes a large variety of figurative Manu and Tangata Manu made from harakeke, muka, and kiekie.
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...
Selwyn Muru: A Life's Work
Presenting many artworks never shown publicly before, this exhibition includes paintings and drawings alongside documentary photography, audio and video.
Hafdis’s paintings highlight the striking similarities between Iceland and New Zealand.