Construction starts on Glen Innes to Tāmaki Drive cycle path
Construction is starting on one of Auckland’s biggest ever walking and cycling projects, connecting Auckland’s eastern suburbs to the Waitematā Harbour.
New homes on the way for Wynyard Quarter
On Thursday 15 October, Prime Minister John Key and Mayor Len Brown dug the sods for the first homes as part of the ongoing revitalisation of Wynyard Quarter on Auckland’s waterfront.
Glen Innes cultural centre scoops awards
Te Oro has taken out a host of awards – including the supreme honour – at the national Best Design Awards ceremony.
Volunteers rescue Kōwhai Park from foreign invaders
Native plants are flourishing in Kōwhai Park once more, thanks to hard work by some green-fingered locals.
Ōtara's got hustle
Ōtara’s new high-tech basketball court in Otamariki Park was recently opened with a community-led minibasketball tournament.
Westgate part of regional transformation
The opening of the NorthWest Shopping Centre marks the first stage of the $1 billion transformation of Auckland's northwestern region.
Study informs decisions on port’s future
The Port Future Study is due to be completed by the end of June 2016.
The Book Lovers Club - New Lynn
Join a group passionate about reading to discuss books.
A Night of Sondheim
Join the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and some of Aotearoa’s finest singers to celebrate this late, great musical legend.
Eye on Nature Wearable Arts Fashion Show 2023
Witness the talent of Auckland's most promising young designers and master up-cyclers as their creations grace the catwalk.
Parnell Food Truck Nite: Winter Solstice
Enjoy the best selection of Auckland's top food trucks, live entertainment, a pop-up bar, and of course, mulled wine.
Auckland Live Cabaret Experience
A spectacular cabaret circus thrill ride that'll heat up your winter's night and tickle the senses, and have you gasping in your seat.
Helensville Library Book Chat
Come along for coffee and a lively discussion about any book you have read.
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