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’.
Hidden heritage rediscovered in Waitakere Ranges
The rediscovery of the site of the old Little Huia Wharf is one of the exciting early finds from Auckland Council's Heritage Unit survey of the southern coast of the Waitakere Ranges.
Mahurangi Wastebusters activity time
Learn how to be Kaitiaki of our environment by reducing waste to landfills.
Peacock Colour Splash
Chloe will enrich our understanding of watercolour techniques through step-by-step demonstrations and plenty of individual attention.
Poppy craft design at Helensville Library
Make a poppy out of recycled materials, to add to the Library's memorial wall.
This activity is presented by Robogals, a group of Auckland University students who aim to promote STEM skills for kids.
SEALIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Conservation morning
Come and listen to SEALIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Conservation Talk with a visitor from Kelly Tarltons.
Walking into The Night: Experiencing Darkness and The Natural World - EcoFest
During the walk, we will explore our relationship to darkness, using our senses, imagination, and night-altered powers of observation.
Worm Farm - Onehunga Library
Learn some facts about tiger worms and find out how they can turn your household waste into beneficial fertilisers for your garden.
Junior Ranger pest detectives
We will create our very own chew cards and pest-monitoring tunnels to take home.