Albert-Eden & Puketāpapa Eco Festival is back
Climate action will be top of the agenda when the Albert-Eden & Puketāpapa Eco Festival returns this March. With an impressive programme of events, the aim of the festival is to build awareness and create localised solutions for climate action.
Point Chevalier Little Library pops up
While Point Chevalier Library is out of action, the little library is the neighbourhood's new temporary location that offers a small collection of loan books.
Canines on the roam
Over the past two summers, there has been a notable increase in complaints about roaming dogs in the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki area, as well as in Puketāpapa.
Calls for audit of infrastructure following storm devastation
Auckland’s infrastructure requires an urgent audit to assess its ability to cope with extreme weather events in the context of climate change and increased intensification, according to Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Te reo Māori names adopted for Whau parks
Twenty six additional parks in Whau will now carry dual Māori / English names. The names were formally adopted at Whau Local Board’s recent business meeting.
Work set to start to bring new life to Pukekohe War Memorial Town Hall
Seismic strengthening work will kick off the renovations of Pukekohe War Memorial Town Hall.
Aotea community's feedback needed
Aotea / Great Barrier residents from the southwest of the island are being urged to attend a community barbecue in the park to discuss Auckland Council’s proposed Annual Budget and plans to address a $295 million budget gap, including cuts to operating costs for local boards.
Strains on drains in the rains
Failings in the rural stormwater networks during Cyclone Gabrielle and earlier flooding added to the impact on Franklin’s road network, Auckland Transport has been told.
Fossil Bay Harvest Fair – EcoFest
Join us for this quintessentially Waiheke event in a peaceful and natural setting.
Globalart Rosedale Art & Craft Workshop for World of Culture
Globalart classes are run in 21 countries around the world, their classes nurture creative skill development across all cultures.
He Kete Waiata
Closing the Festival with class and soul, one of our country’s most exceptional singers graces Tāmaki Makaurau alongside a lineup of top vocalists and musicians for one night only.
Learn to Sew with Bea Lorimer – EcoFest
Bea will take you through a simple project of a lined bag or an apron.
McKenzie Reserve Working Bee – EcoFest
Come and learn how you could also start a local native reserve in your community by working with your local board and council.
Michael McIntyre - Jet-lagged and Jolly
See Michael McIntyre being jet-lagged and jolly in 2023!
Neighbours Past Story Walk with Tanya Batt – EcoFest
The walk will end at the Awaawaroa Eco Village with shared kai catered by La Dolce Vita Italian Kitchen.