Auckland Council is committed to the appropriate protection of tangata whenua’s taonga, sites and places of cultural and historic heritage to avoid further deterioration or loss of the region’s fascinating Māori footprint.
Wednesday morning’s wet weather didn’t stop thousands of Aucklanders from walking to work on Walk2Work Day, part of Walk Month March.
Kaipara’s Hoteo River and the Kaipara Harbour will be the first to benefit from Million Metres crowd-funding project in Auckland.
Be inspired and encouraged by the tutor and other learners and go on to become a knitter.
Join local spinners and weavers as they gather together to make and create.
Young people with disabilities learn new skills, have fun and make friends.
Learn watercolour, palette knife acrylics, human figure exploration, wood carving and sewn textile fibre art.
Gain some new skills and meet some new people in the community at these free classes.
This collaborative show explores the question 'What is contemporary New Zealand Indian art?'
Photographer Denise Matene’s exhibition communicates to young people that their lives literally do matter.