Kumeū Library closes temporarily for refurbishment
A $225,000 refurbishment of Kumeū Library is about to get underway, with new lighting, painting, ceiling and carpet work set to close the library for seven weeks from 15 May to 2 July.
Business leader shares the vision, collaboration and tenacity in delivering the promise of Britomart
Britomart is a place where past and future blend, where renovated dockside warehouses jostle with sleek new architecture, where laneways thriving with hospitality and shops flow into plant-filled streets and squares.
Activator mobilises Albert-Eden to take urgent action
Albert-Eden locals are invited to join the Climate Action Network to receive information about how to take climate action in your own home. Every small, easy change to live more sustainably will make a difference and contribute to the movement.
New sounds emerge from Central City Library basement for Music Month
This is the second year of an Auckland Council programme called Ka Mua Ka Muri Te Iho Auaha. Named after a Māori proverb meaning walking backwards into the future, the premise is that knowing where you came from can help you know where you’re going.
Boards urge simple approach to speeds
A simple approach to speeds is being urged to help road safety.
Labour of love for mighty Māngere community
A Māngere alleyway is no longer dark and dingy thanks to the efforts of local resident Jenna Jacobsen Toeono, with the help of Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board, members of Jenna’s family, The Cause Collective, neighbours of McKinstry Ave Māngere, and I AM Māngere.
Police recognition for hard-working staffer
Auckland Council staffer recognised by Police for work to keep beach safe over summer.
Grants help Upper Harbour groups
Community groups received over $69,149.50 from Upper Harbour Local Board grants in April, with the programme heavily over-subscribed.
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