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Community 23 Dec 2015

Walk Waikumete "a special celebration"

Staff and volunteers at Waikumete Cemetery turned out in force for a 24-hour walk, raising funds to replace a historic headstone destroyed by vandals.

Business / Economy 23 Dec 2015

Good COP, Bad COP: Where did the historic Paris agreement land?

Some say the Paris agreement is “the world’s greatest diplomatic success”. Some say it doesn’t go far enough. Since I’ve read the text (and was in Paris), here’s my take on where things landed.

Plans / Projects 23 Dec 2015

Opinion: Cracking Auckland's housing affordability challenge

Housing affordability is a hot topic in Auckland right now, and has been a key area for economists and policy makers.

Business / Economy 23 Dec 2015

Auckland’s climate change effort acknowledged on world stage

Auckland has been admitted to the world’s leading local government climate change action group, C40.

Cultural 22 Dec 2015

Cycleway murals celebrate natural heritage

New and upgraded underpasses on the Northwestern Cycleway feature art inspired by the natural heritage and resources of the area.

Business / Economy 22 Dec 2015

Step forward for East West Connections

The NZ Transport Agency and Auckland Transport have taken another step towards construction of the East West Connections project, confirming that the preferred option will go ahead to the next stage.

Libraries 22 Dec 2015

Top Five Treasures - Sir George Grey Special Collections

We asked Sir George Grey Special Collections curator and manager, Georgia Prince, for her top five treasures from the collection.

Business / Economy 21 Dec 2015

GridAKL celebrates milestones in December

GridAKL in the Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct celebrated two major milestones in December, with the first permanent building opening its doors and work starting on a new building.

Events

17 May 2022 - 05 Jul 2022

Get Knitting: Beginners

Be inspired and encouraged by the tutor and other learners and go on to become a knitter.

17 May 2022 - 05 Jul 2022

South Auckland Spinners and Weavers

Join local spinners and weavers as they gather together to make and create.

17 May 2022 - 05 Jul 2022

Star Jam

Young people with disabilities learn new skills, have fun and make friends.

17 May 2022 - 28 Jul 2022

Art Collective Project PM Classes

Learn watercolour, palette knife acrylics, human figure exploration, wood carving and sewn textile fibre art.

17 May 2022 - 13 Dec 2022

Free ESOL Classes

Gain some new skills and meet some new people in the community at these free classes.

15 May 2022 - 24 Jul 2022

A Place to Stand: Contemporary Indian Art in Aotearoa

This collaborative show explores the question 'What is contemporary New Zealand Indian art?'

14 May 2022 - 02 Jul 2022

Rangatahi Matter by Denise Matene

Photographer Denise Matene’s exhibition communicates to young people that their lives literally do matter.

12 May 2022 - 21 May 2022

Artists on Artists

A group exhibition where each artist is the subject of another artist’s work.