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Community 20 Jan 2016

Peaceful sanctuary for babies at Waikumete

Families of departed newborn and stillborn babies recently attended the blessing of a new children's sanctuary at Waikumete Cemetery.

Educational 20 Jan 2016

Auckland Zoo welcomes rare red panda cubs

Auckland Zoo is celebrating the arrival of two Nepalese red panda cubs

Beaches 20 Jan 2016

Takapuna's laneway to development

Devonport-Takapuna Local Board Chair Joseph Bergin says the board has a clear message from the community about the revitalisation of the Takapuna town centre: “Just get on and do it.”

Environment 19 Jan 2016

New recycling drop-off points for Franklin

Auckland Council has finalised arrangements for two new recycling drop-off points for Franklin residents, open for business this month.

Environment 19 Jan 2016

Rare parakeet chicks hatch at Auckland Zoo

Auckland Zoo’s orange-fronted parakeet pair have hatched five little chicks and they're growing up fast.

Beaches 19 Jan 2016

Future of Long Bay restaurant decided

Plans for a large-scale restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park have halted indefinitely out of respect for the cultural significance of the beachfront site.

Community 19 Jan 2016

New tenants for Devonport Wharf

A group of local technology entrepreneurs will be occupying the south end offices of Devonport Wharf.

Housing 15 Jan 2016

Northcote an 'under-rated jewel'

Northcote town centre has been selected as one of 19 development locations.

Events

27 Jun 2024

KBB Music & The Trusts Community Foundation presents Matariki with Che Fu & The Kratez

Celebrate Matariki with the Auckland Philharmonia and one of Aotearoa’s coolest and best-known hi...

27 Jun 2024

Make your own poi and learn a Māori poi dance

Make your own poi then learn a traditional Māori poi dance with us!

22 Feb 2024 - 28 Nov 2024

Leys Institute Library Bookchat

Come along to chat about books you've enjoyed and discover your next favourite read.

01 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024

Kumeu Book Club

We have a creative relationship with the books we read, meaning no two people read a book in the...

28 Jun 2024

Indigenous film screening & talk and self-guided Matariki crafts

Pop into the historic village and engage with our self-guided Matariki-inspired arts and crafts.

28 Jun 2024

Matariki Ahunga Nui

Write your dreams and aspirations to place on the Hiwa-i-te-rangi tree, participate in poi making...

28 Jun 2024

Matariki Twilight Markets

In celebration of Matariki 2024, Lake House Arts presents live performances, local art, tasty foo...

28 Jun 2024

Tātai Whakapapa – Matariki

Join a one-day symposium on whakapapa and genealogy that includes toi / arts-practitioner partici...