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Environment 21 Oct 2015

Challenges for Auckland's environment

Auckland Council has now released its state of the environment report, The Health of Auckland’s Natural Environment In 2015.

Housing 21 Oct 2015

Chief Economist delves into Auckland housing

Auckland Council Chief Economist Chris Parker comments on our rising house prices

Cultural 21 Oct 2015

Committing to better outcomes with Māori

Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau – Auckland Council – is transforming the way it plans, develops, prioritises, invests and delivers with Māori.

Community 21 Oct 2015

Empowering Auckland's communities

The council’s new Community Empowerment Unit launched in October 2015, marking the beginning of new and innovative ways of working with Auckland’s many and diverse communities.

Plans / Projects 21 Oct 2015

Contenders for proposed Hobsonville screen precinct narrowed to two

The Auckland Investment Office (AIO) has selected two potential investors for a proposed screen innovation and production precinct on 10 hectares of council-owned land at Hobsonville Point, and is now discussing terms for the investors to build, own and operate the precinct.

14-24 year olds 21 Oct 2015

Council Cadets get to know Waitematā Local Board

Did you know that Auckland Council runs a cadet programme?

Rates 21 Oct 2015

Council continues action to recover rates from Penny Bright

Auckland Council is today continuing action to recover outstanding rates and penalties owed by Penny Bright on her Kingsland property.

Plans / Projects 21 Oct 2015

Council gears up for Auckland’s growth

Auckland Council is making changes to its Operations division as it gears up to respond to the challenge of Auckland’s rapid growth.

Events

15 Nov 2021 - 13 Nov 2022

Manpower: Myths of Masculinity

This free exhibition brings into focus images of eroticised male bodies.

13 Nov 2021 - 08 Dec 2021

Hana Carpenter – Suspended Movement

Hana Carpenter’s work stems from a parallels between painting and the imagery, technology and language of the human and natural sciences.

12 Nov 2021 - 01 May 2022

I Am Island And Sea

Lightboxes glow, the Earth speaks and the voices of Tāmaki Makaurau's young people guide you through this exhibition.

11 Nov 2021 - 20 Jan 2022

Arrows Falling From The Sun with Felix Pryor

Felix Pryor’s first solo exhibition is a celebration of all that is speculative and fantastical.

11 Nov 2021 - 20 Jan 2022

Kauri And Tohorā by Jack Wolf

An exhibition of contemporary jewellery pieces made with Rongoā Māori principles.

11 Nov 2021 - 20 Jan 2022

One Love by Lucie Blaze

This work is executed in acrylic paint, with bold, colourful patterns and solid-coloured canvases.

11 Nov 2021 - 20 Jan 2022

Potter's Field by Antoinette Ratcliffe

Ratcliffe's taxidermy prompts a dialogue around the relationships between people, the land and wildlife.

11 Nov 2021 - 20 Jan 2022

Velveteen Paintings by Louise Keen

Mix media works on canvas, which use recycled materials and are machine stitched and stretched onto black velveteen.