Record numbers of international students are choosing to study in Auckland according to the latest findings in Education New Zealand’s International Education Snapshot.
Auckland Council has recently participated in research that demonstrates, from an employee point of view, how a vision-impaired person navigates a workplace designed for fully sighted people.
December 3 marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities - a day to encourage understanding and increase awareness of the need to be inclusive of people with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.
The council’s Disability Advisory Panel, established by the mayor in June 2011, is one of six demographic advisory panels providing knowledge and advice to the council regarding the interests and needs of their respective communities.
Giving the people of New Zealand some insight into the culture, customs and traditions of Japan.
Auckland Council and Bigfoot NZ present Footwork, a free week-long exhibition and one-day sneaker symposium showcasing the hip hop inspired, pro-sports ignited, pop sub-culture,...
Artworks are displayed in themed categories, entered by artists from all over NZ, but predominantly drawing from Franklin.
Matiatia Coastal Walkway will once again be transformed into an artscape like no other.
Come down for a family fun day, situated on the beautiful Ambury Regional Park.
Auckland’s inaugural Beers in the Park Festival is coming to Victoria Park.
In Round 3 of Super Rugby Pacific, the Blues are taking on the Chiefs at home, Eden Park.