Cock-a-doodle-doo for the Kell Park mural
Chickens once again rule the roost on a restored mural at Albany’s Kell Park.
Hobsonville War Memorial playground now open
Inspired by the area’s aviation history, the upgraded playground at Hobsonville War Memorial Park has been busy ever since it reopened in early April.
Bike Box gets motu on the move
The Waiheke Bike Box initiative has put over 300 bicycles into action on Waiheke’s roads since opening in May 2022, thanks to ongoing support from Waiheke Local Board.
Aerial photo gifted to Howick Local Board for 175th support
A stunning aerial photograph of Howick by Neill Castles has been presented to Howick Local Board for its support of the Howick 175th Anniversary Charitable Trust.
Weed surveillance gives native plants a better chance to thrive
Data from a weed surveillance project on Aotea / Great Barrier helps council to prioritise next steps.
Pukekawa / Auckland Domain helped to protect low lying areas in flooding events
Pukekawa / Auckland Domain, like many other parks, played a critical role in retaining flood waters during the recent severe weather events.
Glendowie student wins Anzac speech award
Year 12 student Spencer Fitzpatrick has been selected by the local board to deliver his speech at St Heliers Anzac service .
Waitematā grants receive extra budget boost
A reallocation of local board budget underspend sees more in the kitty for community grants.
Auckland Festival of Photography
Enjoy NZ's premium international photographic festival.
Photographers of the Warsaw Uprising 1944 exhibition
This exhibition introduces several of these Uprising photographers, including their lives, works and journal notes in English translation.
Warsaw Uprising '44: Auckland Festival of Photography
Buried photographs documenting underground defiance against occupation survived the destruction of Warsaw and its inhabitants during World War 2.
Kumeu in Focus Exhibition
The exhibition will feature a retrospective by the Kumeu Photography Group, celebrating their 10th year with a selection of their favourite images.
'A Migrant's Path' Exhibition
This is a must-see exhibition of portraiture, essays, oral recordings, and video.
Manurewa Guided Walks
Get introduced to safe walking routes through the community and gentle nature paths to enjoy with loved ones.
This musical has had a profound impact on culture, politics and education.
The Little Leys Classic Film Club
Our second series for 2023, North African Dreams, features six tales of adventure and romance set in Morocco, Algeria, Libya, and Egypt.