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.
Some regional parks across Tāmaki Makaurau set to reopen
Three out of six regional parks across Auckland closed due to damage are set to reopen from Wednesday 1 March.
DROP-IN CERAMICS STUDIO
This weekly drop-in session is ideal for practitioners requiring studio space to work on their own projects or practice.
Rhymetime with Stories
Rhymetime is a fun, free session for pre-schoolers to sing, move and practise co-ordination.
Join Sunshine Kid Club for some exciting mandarin stories and songs.
Te Atatu Food Truck Fridays
A tasty selection of Auckland’s best street food, music and entertainment.
Afro - Family Fun Day
The “AFRO FAMILY FUN DAY” is an annual family fun day event sponsored by the Ghanaian Community in Auckland.
Dodgy Weeds and What to do with them - EcoFest
Learn all about dodgy weeds and what to do with them, including how they get into pristine sites and spot them when small, with our helpful booklets from Ecomatters.
Free Multi-sensory Walk the Talk
Immerse yourself and your whānau into the world of interactive storytelling, with nature being the leading guide on the journey.
Grow Your Own Greens - Love Food Hate Waste workshop
The event will provide tips and tricks on how to grow green vegetables in gardens or containers and cook and preserve fresh harvests.