Stoney Homestead transforms into community hub
Stoney Homestead is being transformed into a community hub for Millwater and Silverdale residents.
Henderson-Massey environmental work programme approved
Henderson-Massey Local Board has approved $120,000 for local environment programmes over the next year.
Five years of achievement for Waitematā Local Board
The fifth anniversary of the amalgamated Auckland Council also means five years of Waitematā Local Board
Makeover for Marlborough Park Hall
Kaipātiki youth will soon have a new place to meet, network and socialise thanks to Kaipātiki Local Board.
Construction starts on Glen Innes to Tāmaki Drive cycle path
Construction is starting on one of Auckland’s biggest ever walking and cycling projects, connecting Auckland’s eastern suburbs to the Waitematā Harbour.
New homes on the way for Wynyard Quarter
On Thursday 15 October, Prime Minister John Key and Mayor Len Brown dug the sods for the first homes as part of the ongoing revitalisation of Wynyard Quarter on Auckland’s waterfront.
Glen Innes cultural centre scoops awards
Te Oro has taken out a host of awards – including the supreme honour – at the national Best Design Awards ceremony.
Community Hāngī Picnic
Bring the whole whānau along, purchase one of our hāngī dinner plates or B.Y.O night-picnic nibbles to enjoy together around the embers.
Marama Matariki Pounamu
In this one-day workshop, Maha will introduce participants to new skill sets.
East Coast Bays Writers Saturday Workshops
Come along for a writers workshop if you have interest in memoir, short fiction and poetry.
Book Club - Kumeū Library
Join our book club to open up a world of discovery.
Historic Auckland Waterfront Walking Tour
The 75-minute walk will begin at the museum reception and then meander around the neighbouring streets and wharves.
Let's Start at the Very Beginning
An exciting new project of a “Workshop with Concert”, developing drama/stagecraft, visual art (painting), musicianship & performance.
Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge
This is a chance for primary and intermediate-aged kids to get involved in New Zealand’s biggest mud run series in a version tailored especially for them!
Te Atatū South Repair Café
Bring your broken or damaged items and local volunteers will fix them for you for free.