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Community 3 Dec 2015

Affordable home ideas flow at Auckland Conversations

Innovative ways to make housing more affordable were put forward by experts at Auckland Conversations

Business / Economy 3 Dec 2015

Pokie money return should not be frozen

Auckland Council strongly opposes the government’s proposal to freeze the amount of pokie money returned to communities through grants.

Community 3 Dec 2015

Inner-city youngsters have Auckland's interests at heart

Auckland Council delighted to hear from school pupils on the region's future.

Business / Economy 3 Dec 2015

Budding scientists in south Auckland

Community science projects have kicked off with a hiss and a roar in south Auckland.

Development 3 Dec 2015

Designer loos on Wellesley Street

Architecture students from the University of Auckland have set up shop in an inner-city toilet block to use as a design space and venue for weekly seminars.

Community 3 Dec 2015

Local heroes celebrated

Some of Auckland’s local heroes were honoured at an awards ceremony at the Ellerslie Events Centre on 1 December.

Development 2 Dec 2015

Bridge draws mariners' approval

A state-of-the-art drawbridge next to the Milford Marina is nearing completion and is expected to be open for use by Christmas.

Educational 2 Dec 2015

Library members love borrowing online

Auckland library members borrowed more than one million e-items from January through to November this year.

Events

01 Mar 2022

Unwrap the Music: Borodin's Prince Igor

Conductor/presenter Graham Abbott shows us how Borodin’s opera Prince Igor was put together.

01 Mar 2022 - 05 Mar 2022

David Correos is David Postoffice

Joyful, random, silly, delightful, this 20-something Filipino comedian keeps you guessing about what he'll come up with next.

02 Mar 2022

Early Chinese Restaurants in Auckland with André Taber

André Taber is researching the history of Chinese restaurants in New Zealand, which he will discuss in the talk.

02 Mar 2022 - 05 Mar 2022

Rituals of Destruction

Break down oppressive norms in and around the body and identity, through powerful symbolic actions and gestures. 

02 Mar 2022 - 26 Mar 2022

Wild Once More

A moving-image exhibition featuring a group of queer artists working in Aotearoa right now.

02 Mar 2022 - 27 Mar 2022

Onehunga Pop-Up Art Gallery

Onehunga will host a free pop-up gallery highlighting some of our local artists.

02 Mar 2022 - 31 Mar 2022

Ashley Taupaki – Kopu-a-Tai

Ashleigh Taupaki investigates the site of the Kopuatai Peat Dome in this free exhibition.

02 Mar 2022 - 31 Mar 2022

Esther Toclo-Kailiyan

Toclo’s images celebrate the abundance of indigenous life and beauty in her migrant Cordilleran community.