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.
Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Economic and Business Development Fund open
Budding business tycoons and entrepreneurs can apply to the Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Economic and Business Development Fund. The fund is part of efforts by Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board to support business and non-profit organisations in its area, is now open for local community applications.
South urged to speak up on transport needs
Residents from across the south of then city are being encouraged to play a part in deciding transport priorities.
Feedback on spending to counter crime
Whau Local Board has recommended Business Associations should receive government fund for safety initiatives.
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