Bichon boy needs a home
Meet Finnick, a loveable two-year-old Bichon male looking for a forever home.
Zoo Tales: A trip to the dentist
Take a closer look at what happens when the zoo animals need dental treatment.
"Wild Play" encouraged
“Wild Thing” founder David Bond promotes wild play at Barry Curtis Park on 12 March to celebrate Parks Week.
This puppy is whippet keen to find a new home
Meet Ellis, a lovely friendly whippet/staffy cross female puppy, seven months old
Hillcrest Creek widened to prevent flooding
Work is underway to widen Hillcrest Creek and reduce the flooding risk to over 100 properties in the Hillcrest area.
Review into North Shore firm's rates complete
An Auckland Council review into commercial operations on Defence land in Devonport has resulted in an increase of $310,000 in rates to be collected this financial year.
Small but perfectly formed
Kaukapakapa Library, one of the smallest libraries in NZ, was included in a recent BBC radio documentary on tiny book-lending institutions.
Opinion: The rise of the Super Cycleway
Auckland is undergoing a cycling revolution. The original ‘Auckland: city of cars’ vibe is now transforming into a city with separated bike lanes, shared streets, pedestrian crossings and human-scaled buildings which now feels like a ‘city for people’.
Surfdale Food Forest Working Bee – EcoFest
All are welcome; bring snacks to share for morning tea!
Visible Mending Workshop with Cher– EcoFest
Come and learn different visible mending techniques with Cher so you can keep wearing your favourite garment and save it from going to landfill.
Waiheke Collective Pestival – EcoFest
Join us for a fun and educational day celebrating Waiheke’s journey to a healthy and thriving natural environment.
World of Cultures 2023: Dance Kuchipudi with us
Try your hand (and feet) to learn some basic Kuchipudi steps.
Weaving The Whau
Try your hand at weaving on a Big Loom and recycle your old textiles at the library!
Nature Play - Myers Park
Barefooted believes in having a sole connection with our planet and for people to recognise our role in protecting it.
Sunday Book Chat
Join this friendly group to discuss all genres over tea or coffee.