Rangatahi takes on Tuia role
Jordan-Caisley Pihema has been selected as Papakura Local Board’s Tuia representative in 2023.
Pasifika honours celebrated
The large number of Pasifika people included in the New Years Honours recognises their community commitment.
Sports Bowl masterplan adopted
A masterplan to guide development of the Manukau Sports Bowl has been adopted.
South's councillors urge public to speak up
Councillors from across the south are urging residents to make their voices heard on the city’s proposed Annual Budget, open for consultation from noon on 28 February to 11pm on 28 March.
Bucklands Beach locals lay out safety issues
Bucklands Beach locals have laid out their concerns about traffic safety in their area to Auckland Transport and Howick Local Board.
Budget moved to community grants
Money allocated to the Lantern Festival, cancelled in the storms, has been made available to community groups.
Cyclone linen drive took on life of its own
When the call went out during Cyclone Gabrielle for linen, Papakura Local Board acting chair Jan Robinson swung into action.
Grants for all ages
Ōrākei Local Grants applications close 17 March, here are some examples of previous successful projects.
Champagne on the Shore 2023
A night not to be missed - Champagne, cocktails, and canapés paired with live entertainment, auctions, and more.
Korean Kimchi Workshop
We would like to introduce this wonderful tradition to Avondale, by local kimchi expert, Ginger's Pantry!
Sharewaste (Tinder for Composters) - EcoFest
Get tips, and tricks on how to make this opportunity work for you and your garden!
Earth Beat Festival 2023
Earth Beat Festival is the place where you play, learn, revitalise make new connections and return to the world grounded and inspired!
MY YEAR WITH LORRAINE
Kate and Lorraine both have difficult home lives, but they find support in each other.
The Unruly Tourists
This witty, irreverent, and caustically observed work will spark conversation and debate long after the curtain goes down.
Crop Swap – EcoFest
Bring your garden/kitchen surplus - seedlings, produce, baking, preserves.
Toró: é tudo tanto / It's all so much
The word Toró is Tupi (one of the largest indigenous groups of Brazil before its colonization) for jorro d’água, translated in English as a downpour.