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Conservation 19 Aug 2022

Results of Aotea’s first kororā survey reveals a thriving penguin population

A total of 105 penguin burrows were found during a survey of kororā / little penguin in June.

Heritage 19 Aug 2022

Auckland’s first ever women’s public toilets are open again

The heritage toilets at Symonds Street are open to the public again after having new life breathed into them thanks to a $910,000 upgrade.

Community 18 Aug 2022

Helping hand for the little guys

A little grant goes a long way

Kids / Family 17 Aug 2022

Small change, big difference

Community approve of pools improvement

Parks / Outdoors 16 Aug 2022

Share your thoughts on how Kaipātiki parks are managed

People are invited to have their say on how parks and reserves are to be managed in the Kaipātiki Local Board area.

15 Aug 2022

New guide promotes West Auckland arts scene

Publishers of a new guide aimed at showcasing West Auckland’s thriving arts destination want to help you explore the west’s cultural attractions

Planting 15 Aug 2022

New trees for Oneroa

New trees have provided a welcome addition to the Oneroa landscape.

Environment 15 Aug 2022

Supporting the community for better environmental outcomes

New additions to the Aotea / Great Barrier Local Board’s work programme help protect the environment.

Events

14 Sep 2022 - 25 Sep 2022

The Piano Bar

Discover the secret doorway to Auckland’s hidden piano bar.

14 Sep 2022 - 13 Jul 2023

Waiheke Library Wednesday Book Club

Join our book club to open up a world of discovery.

15 Sep 2022

Thursday Heritage Concert – Time to Shine

Polly Sussex (cello) and Sarah Watkins (piano) present two beautiful and unusual works for cello and piano.

15 Sep 2022 - 16 Sep 2022

The Shanghai Mimi Band

Immerse yourself in the intoxicating music of The Shanghai Mimi Band.

15 Sep 2022 - 17 Sep 2022

Naked Boys Reading

A sumptuous, scandalous and hilarious cabaret unlike any other.  

15 Sep 2022 - 24 Sep 2022

Hunua Theatre Club presents A Toe in the Water by Derek Benfield

Gerald's hopes for peace and quiet are dashed by the arrival of a series of surprise visitors in this theatre production.

16 Sep 2022

Te Reo Maori for Beginners

join us at Howick Library for a session of Basic Te Reo pronunciation with Whaea Taini Drummond.

16 Sep 2022

The Lucien Johnson Quartet

Acclaimed saxophonist and composer, Lucien Johnson returns to The Civic.