Manager Māori Strategy and Relations Manager, Te Waka Angamua, Johnnie Freeland, talks about the progress Māori and the council have made together over the past five years and some challenges for the future.
The orchards, wineries and a passion for being eco-friendly are just...
Council is partnering with Conservation Volunteers NZ and will contribute $50,000 towards the Restore Ātiu Creek Ecology (RACE) project.
Mark’s series aims to capture people during the changing times in Auckland.
This exhibition depicts the northern town of Kororareka in the Bay of Islands around the 1820s.
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.