Friday 3 December is the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities. In the lead up to the day and to celebrate this year’s theme of fighting for rights in the post-COVID era, we’re profiling members of Auckland Council’s Disability Advisory Panel.
Aucklanders now have an updated ultimate dining guide of iconic dishes hidden in all corners of the region, with the release of the much-anticipated second annual Iconic Auckland Eats list.
Auckland Council is throwing its support behind Auckland City Mission’s ‘Auckland Angels’ appeal, helping to ensure Aucklanders in greatest need can celebrate Christmas after a particularly tough year.
Join us at the Howick Historical Village for Christmas fun throughout December.
Good news everyone - Santa is on his way to Pakuranga Plaza.
Take a seat at your table as this ambitious theatre experience meets you where you are, at home.
Fa’amele Etuale's work pays homage to her alofa (love) for her a’iga (family), God, culture and grief.
An exhibition where both artists create digital graphics and respond to ideas around how they see themselves and their family relationships.
An intergenerational conversation between Salle Tamatoa and his grandmother Tunaga Funaki that illustrates the importance of magafaoa (family).
An outdoor street photography exhibition by the Auckland Festival of Photography.
A free exhibition asking us to consider how to manaaki and hold space when we cannot physically host or be hosted.