Beach Haven has a vibrant new community space in the heart of the village, inhabiting the site where the old post office building once stood.
West Aucklanders turned out on October 15 to the community forum, Te Wao Nui a Tiriwa - Standing up for the Waitākere Ranges.
Manukau Memorial Gardens is asking for help from the public to trace the families of loved ones whose headstones were accidentally damaged last week.
Kapa haka is the primary art form through which Māori can access and express their cultural identity in te reo Māori.
New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis, makes her Australasian debut with Barber’s autumnal concerto.
The Pride Party is back and bigger than ever! Pride in the Square is a two-day event on the 24th and 25th of February. In partnership with Auckland Live’s Summer in the Square,...
Enjoy heritage displays, trade stands, pony rides, cultural performances and live music.
There’s nothing quite like swimming across the most prominent marine highway in New Zealand.
Earth Beat Festival is the place where you play, learn, revitalise make new connections and return to the world grounded and inspired!
A reminder that the vastness of our universe cares little for human beings, so it’s up to us to take charge of our destiny.