A helping hand for Rodney environmental groups
Support for community groups engaged in conservation projects in eastern Rodney has gone from strength to strength with the establishment of Restore Rodney East.
Māngere-Ōtāhuhu responds to Annual Budget plan
Māngere-Ōtāhuhu residents strongly support youth, environment and community programmes and think they should be retained, according to feedback to the Annual Budget they received from their Business Meeting last week.
Ōtara-Papatoetoe responds to Annual Budget plan
More than 1200 community members provided feedback on the Annual Budget during the recent consultation, which Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board received last week in their Business Meeting to analyse.
Grants awarded to Albert-Eden community
Applications for Albert-Eden Local Board grant funding reached almost $230,000 in total with the latest grant rounds.
Manurewa underspend boosts grants
Another $35,000 has been added to Manurewa Local Board's community grants programme.
Reimagining Barry Curtis Park playground
Originally built in 2006, the much-loved Barry Curtis Park playground is being renewed by the Howick Local Board.
Papakura wants funds to fight crime
Papakura Local Board wants to decide how to spend its share of Local Crime Fund made available by the Government
Caribbean Drive sports fields update
A $3.5 million dollar sports field development at Unsworth Height’s Caribbean Drive is underway.
Kids Learn 2 Ride
Help your kids learn to bike or improve their skills at our free drop-in sessions.
Free Bike Skills for Beginners
You’ll learn how to balance on a bike and pedal independently, some basic bike handling skills and heaps more.
The Haka Party Incident
The Haka Party Incident is verbatim theatre that innovatively combines documentary and kapa haka to thrilling effect.
Free Digital Classes
Free digital classes to help build your confidence in using computers, smartphones, software and apps.
The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman
The play centres on the community response to this hate crime story.
The Hands that Made Crown Lynn / Ngᾱ ringa raupᾱ o te Toi Uku
Many Māori and Pasifika people came to Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland to work at Crown Lynn in the 1960s – 1970s.
Arbor Day - Tree Benefit Cards
The Tree Benefit Cards have been developed to show the environmental service benefits that trees can provide.
Make Days at the Maritime
Master the art of miniatures and make a magical maritime diorama in a matchbox.