Orewa follows the Tsunami signs and blue lines
Auckland Council will be installing tsunami signs in Orewa next week to increase the coastal town’s tsunami preparedness.
Muriwai Motor Camp getting an upgrade
An upgrade to Muriwai Motor Camp will kick off this week. It will give the campground a more efficient layout, as well as new showers, toilet blocks, laundry, kitchen, BBQ areas and the latest addition - a fish cleaning station.
Strong support for SeaPath
Public support for Auckland’s proposed SeaPath, a proposed walking and cycling path between Takapuna and Northcote Point, has been overwhelming.
Seagull rescue comes off without a hitch
It was a quiet day. Kim Clarke, a swimming pool inspector with the Building Control department, was going about her usual work day when she got the call.
Franklin Road set for makeover
Auckland Transport has released preliminary designs for the upgrade of Franklin Road.
Simpler and more frequent bus network for North Shore
North Shore residents can look forward to a simpler, better connected, and more frequent bus network which reflects the community’s needs, as the final decisions on the New Network for the North Shore were released today.
Creeping fuchsia at the Botanic Gardens
The blue pollen of these rare fuchsia are a treat for visitors to the Botanic Gardens.
Arkles Bay fishing permitted over winter
The summer-long ban on set netting at Arkles Bay will be lifted at midnight on Easter Monday.
Grow Your Own Food workshops
Learn to start your own small vege garden to become more self-sufficient.
Family Games Afternoon
Pop in and enjoy with your whānau, every Sunday at Mt Roskill Library from 2-3.30pm.
Kōrero mai - Kōrero atu
A space to share kōrero of all levels of Te Reo Māori.
Shona Tawhiao: Pākākano
Pākākano celebrates the traditional skills of raranga while proposing a new and important way of looking at weaving as its own standalone entity, challenging, exciting and inspi...
Combined Cosmologies: The Art of Pauline Thompson 1942 — 2012
This extensive exhibition, brings together all the various strands of Pauline’s work in a retrospective that will give her a new voice.
Pacific Dance Festival 2023
International, local, emerging, established, contemporary and heritage artists bring to the mat their stories, worlds and mana to suit and enrich the journeys of our diverse aud...
Tangata Moana: Tātou tātou e
Māori and Pasifika artists from Māpura Studios share individual responses and experiences in response to the theme of social cohesion