Some regional parks across Tāmaki Makaurau set to reopen
Three out of six regional parks across Auckland closed due to damage are set to reopen from Wednesday 1 March.
Unsung heroes of Puketāpapa
Puketāpapa’s superheroes swung into swift action amid Auckland’s wild weather.
Wading through it together at Riverside
At the Riverside Community Centre shelter, local volunteers and council staff helped provide a safe space and assistance during the cyclone.
Local board welcomes new member following by-election
Results from the Aotea/Great Barrier Local Board by-election confirm Laura Caine as the newest member elected to the board.
More funds found for critical projects
Extra funding has been allocated to advance projects at two popular Howick Local Board local sites.
Masterplan for Centre Park put in place
A masterplan to guide development of Centre Park in Māngere has been adopted.
Local grant helps charity glam up the guys
Fix Up Look Sharp is an Onehunga-based charity that provides free styling service for male-identified people looking to sharpen up their appearance for that all-important job interview or meeting.
Boards call for civics education in schools
Poor voter turnout at elections is a concern for local bodies in the south.
Preserving 101 Workshop
Learn about all the practical methods tutor Ellen Schindler from TinyFootprint has applied in her home.
Share projects and patterns with other crocheters in the community.
Waiheke Homes "Waiheke Jazz Festival"
Featuring a huge range of entertainment from Hello Sailor, Space Waltz, White Chapel Jak, Nairobi trio, Midge Marsden, and so many more.
MEGALAND - Returns for Easter!
Experience this epic 300 meter long course with 43 challenging obstacles.
Eco Warriors: School holiday programme at Auckland Council Libraries
Plant the seeds for change and discover ways to create, craft, and contribute to protecting our planet!
Te Atatu Food Truck Fridays
A tasty selection of Auckland’s best street food, music and entertainment.
Dodgy Weeds and What to do with them - EcoFest
Learn all about dodgy weeds and what to do with them, including how they get into pristine sites and spot them when small, with our helpful booklets from Ecomatters.
Free Multi-sensory Walk the Talk
Immerse yourself and your whānau into the world of interactive storytelling, with nature being the leading guide on the journey.