Auckland Council is painfully aware of Auckland’s housing crisis and we are working hard to address some of the barriers to the provision of affordable housing.
Beach Haven has a vibrant new community space in the heart of the village, inhabiting the site where the old post office building once stood.
West Aucklanders turned out on October 15 to the community forum, Te Wao Nui a Tiriwa - Standing up for the Waitākere Ranges.
This exhibition shows the symbolic meaning of the uses of mirrors in Joanna Black's art.
This play explores the ups and downs of marriage while boldly challenging stereotypes.
Cain’s work covers a broad range of topics as it changes and develops as well as a wide range of materials.
Paintings and drawings from the supermarket series focusing on the patchwork of terrazzo flooring in the refrigerated and bakery aisles.
An immersive public art trail is surfacing in Tāmaki Makaurau.
A huge floating waterpark full of challenging obstacles that moves around Auckland beaches throughout the summer.
With mixed media works of splattered acrylics, oil pastels and spray paint, harmonious street-like style presents itself throughout the exhibition.