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24 Nov 2016

Auckland’s population growth: By the numbers

There are now more than 40,000 people living in Auckland's city centre – a figure which has been reached more than 10 years earlier than predicted.

Cycling 24 Nov 2016

New connection for cyclists in Mount Roskill

The Mt Roskill Safe Route, opened by Transport Minister Simon Bridges and Mayor Phil Goff, is part of a route that will ultimately connect Auckland's two harbours.

Cycling 24 Nov 2016

Work starts on Pukekohe Station upgrade

Transport Minister Simon Bridges and Mayor Phil Goff marked the start of main construction work with the turning of the first sods.

Environment 23 Nov 2016

Safer spaces on the way for Auckland's ancestral mountains

Pedestrian-only areas at the tihi (summits) of five tūpuna maunga (ancestral mountains) will be introduced in 2017.

Environment 22 Nov 2016

Hunua recycling pioneers pave the way for service

As fortnightly roadside recycling begins in Franklin, we reflect on the Hunua residents who have been leading the way in recycling for almost 30 years.

Transport 22 Nov 2016

WATCH: City Rail Link time-lapse

This time-lapse video, recorded in August and September, shows the progress being made on the City Rail Link works in the Albert Street area.

Free 22 Nov 2016

Explore the night sky at Arataki Visitor Centre

Arataki Visitor Centre near Titirangi is the gateway to Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, and the perfect place to do some stargazing.

Development 22 Nov 2016

West Auckland reserve wins World Architecture Festival award

Kopupaka Reserve in Westgate has been awarded Landscape of the Year Winner 2016. Designed by Isthmus Group, Kopupaka Reserve is situated in the emerging Westgate metropolitan centre in the Henderson-Massey Local Board area.

Events

13 Apr 2024 - 25 May 2024

Wildeye: A female gaze into nature

Wildeye: A female gaze into nature by artist Robbi Carvalho explores the deep connection between...

12 Apr 2024 - 31 May 2024

Diverse-city 2.0 - Auckland's Multicultural Communities

Come and engage with these communities, their social networks, and their stories.

11 Apr 2024 - 20 May 2024

'Weathering the Storm' free workshop

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11 Apr 2024 - 25 Sep 2024

A Different Light: First Photographs of Aotearoa

Explore the wonder of this new technology that changed the way we see ourselves forever.

08 Apr 2024 - 09 Dec 2024

Ukulele Classes

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25 Mar 2024 - 16 Dec 2024

Storytime at Warkworth Library

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23 Mar 2024 - 26 May 2024

New Cuts Old Music

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20 Mar 2024 - 13 Jul 2024

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