Three Kings housing project progresses
Development of up to 1500 homes in Three Kings is a step closer
Wynyard Quarter-style development planned for Onehunga port
A council organisation plans to transform the Onehunga waterfront into a ‘Manukau Quarter’ similar to the Wynyard Quarter development.
Hibiscus and Bays Local Board celebrates five years
Over the past five years, excellent progress has been made on many important projects in the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area.
Watch: Auckland welcomes the All Blacks
Highlights from the All Blacks' triumphant arrival in Auckland.
Spotlight on our neighbourhoods - Hibiscus and Bays
Known for its beautiful beaches and many a tourist attraction, it’s not surprising that the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area is one of Auckland’s fastest growing spots.
Flying school history celebrated at Selwyn Reserve
A sundial with special significance has been installed at Selwyn Reserve.
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre to pop up in Auckland
William Shakespeare’s famous Globe Theatre will rise again – in Auckland.
Awards open to Auckland farmers
Auckland Council has partnered with the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust, so that the region’s farmers and horticulturists are eligible to enter the 2016 Ballance Farm Environment Awards – with entries open until 31 October.
The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman
The play centres on the community response to this hate crime story.
Light from Tate Highlights Tour
Hear about the artists and the development of their fascination with light.
Arbor Day - Tree Benefit Cards
The Tree Benefit Cards have been developed to show the environmental service benefits that trees can provide.
This is an exciting Contemporary Art exhibition that showcases the dynamic and innovative works of ten contemporary artists.
Shona Tawhiao: Pākākano
Pākākano celebrates the traditional skills of raranga while proposing a new and important way of looking at weaving as its own standalone entity, challenging, exciting and inspi...
A group exhibition of Māori artists, each showcasing works that speak to ngā whetū (the stars), Puanga and the Matariki cluster.