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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

27 Oct 2022

Piringatahi | Special Collections Up Close: Fruit, flowers and flax

Come and see the first book devoted entirely to roses. 

27 Oct 2022 - 29 Oct 2022

A Boy Called Piano

Auckland 1963. Three eleven year old boys meet in a cell in the Family Court. Two Māori and one Samoan: Wheels, Piwi and a boy called Piano. Made wards of state, they are taken...

28 Oct 2022

Bayswater Halloween Trail

Explore the green route on your bike.

28 Oct 2022

Monster Fireworks Display

Fireworks, food trucks, entertainment, rides and stalls at Kumeu Showgrounds.

28 Oct 2022 - 29 Oct 2022

Back to Square One?

The Rebel Alliance invites you into 95 year old Inga’s living room in Denmark as she reaches out through space and time to her grandson in New Zealand. Inga has seen world wars,...

28 Oct 2022 - 26 Nov 2022

Introduction to Plant Pests (Weeds) Workshops

Learn more about how to identify and control pest plants in your local park or community.

30 Sep 2022 - 25 Nov 2022

Family History Help

Would you like to learn more about using online and local resources in your genealogy research?

23 Sep 2022 - 28 Apr 2023

Water Safety Series

This workshop is aimed at anyone who isn't comfortable around water and beaches, such as tourists and migrants.