Whau needs more feeder bus services, an increase in frequency of trains and provision of a park and ride building in New Lynn to meet the challenge of growth in the area, says Whau Local Board.
Auckland Council’s Public Art team and Development Programme Office have worked side by side with artist Graham Tipene (Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei) and his team of talented mana whenua creatives and Warren and Mahoney architects to create an extraordinary artwork; unique in New Zealand, if not the world.
A pilot project that that’s been turning local streets into safe play spaces gets support for further development.
Regional Arts and Culture Grant funding has been allocated to support Tāmaki Makaurau's arts sector.
On Friday 22 April the Gibbons, Muir and Pararaha Valley tracks in the Waitākere Ranges will be officially re-opened.
This free exhibition brings into focus images of eroticised male bodies.
A contemporary dance work featuring some incredibly talented artists from Tāmaki Makaurau.
Free fun songs and stories followed by a simple preschool craft.
Join local ceramic artists and potters as they gather together to create.
Learn watercolour, palette knife acrylics, human figure exploration, wood carving and sewn textile fibre art.