Historical records from over 4,700 employees of the Chelsea Sugar Refinery going back to the 1880s have been digitised and made available to the public thanks to funding from the Kaipātiki Local Board.
The first park to receive fully bilingual te Reo / English signage in the Henderson-Massey Local Board area has been celebrated at Pukewhakataratara / Rush Creek in Massey
Get tips on how to research your family’s voyaging past.
Join Uma, who will share her take home techniques for health, peace and happiness.
Use gauche and ink pens to create a colourful graphic trail complete with hand-made game tokens.
Compete in our seekapong shootout tournament and win awesome prizes! For ages 11 to 17.
BODY OF WORK – prophetic A dance with the digital. Conditions decided by us. Body Of Work explores the tension between the performance and the documentation of the performance,...
Children can take a tour through the hidden gardens of Symonds Street Cemetery and learn about the fascinating stories of the past.