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Walkways 29 Sep 2015

Walking tracks get Kaipātiki connected

Work starts on 400m track in Le Roys Bush

Heritage 29 Sep 2015

War memorial unveiled

In memory of those who served at Castor Bay battery

Community 29 Sep 2015

War memorial upgrade

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board has completed a significant upgrade to the Waikaraka Cemetery Veterans’ Memorial in Alfred Street, Onehunga

Community 29 Sep 2015

We remember, 100 years since Gallipoli

Orākei Local Board has commissioned research to honour servicemen and women from the area who died during the First World War.

14-24 year olds 29 Sep 2015

Youth Connections boosts employment opportunities

Youth opportunities programmes continue to deliver good results.

Environment 29 Sep 2015

Restoring the Ōtara Lake

Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board has endorsed an official plan to rehabilitate the Ōtara Lake and its waterways – all within one generation.

Community 29 Sep 2015

Revitalising town centres

Future planning is underway for Silverdale and Ōrewa town centres.

Events

09 Jun 2024

Belonging in this Land

A two-part film viewing to understand Te Tiriti O Waitangi through a Christian lens with expert i...

09 Jun 2024

Duder Regional Park Planting Day

Join rangers and volunteers for a fun exciting day out on our regional parks.

09 Jun 2024 - 14 Jul 2024

Shakespear Regional Park Planting Day

Join rangers and volunteers for a fun exciting day out on our regional parks.

09 Jun 2024 - 04 Aug 2024

Tūrama

Tūrama, the hugely popular series of large-scale illuminated art installations returns to light u...

14 Apr 2024 - 09 Jun 2024

ReUse Market - Auckland's City Centre

Come along to the launch of our new ReUse Market in Auckland's City Centre.

10 Jun 2024

Gardening in June with Ben (in Mandarin Chinese)

Join us for this exciting event.

10 Jun 2024

Money Talks

Join us for a FREE 2-hour workshop and learn the basics of budgeting.

10 May 2024 - 10 Jun 2024

Kaipātiki Kōrero Paki Storywriting competition - Birkenhead Library

Stories can be written in Te Reo or English and you can enter as many times as you like.