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Business / Economy 10 Aug 2022

A business school for the rebels is calling for applicants

The Rebel Business School will deliver 20 free workshops designed to equip aspiring entrepreneurs with the tools they need to start their own business.

Community 9 Aug 2022

Community Forums continue to connect

Ethnic Communities Forum an local success

Cleaning up our environment 9 Aug 2022

Waterways Protection Fund extended

Aotea / Great Barrier, Papakura, Franklin and Rodney, are all now part of the Regional Waterways Protection Fund.

8 Aug 2022

Henderson Creek Shared Path upgrades to continue

Improvements to a 1.4km section of the Henderson Creek Shared Path are set to continue following the recent completion of the walkway upgrade at Toi / Coletta Esplanade.

Environment 8 Aug 2022

Environmental heroes celebrated in the Love Your Place Awards

Volunteers, businesses and schools working to help preserve the unique environment of the Waitākere Ranges have been recognised in the 2022 Love Your Place Awards.

Community 8 Aug 2022

Local Volunteer Expo

If you have an interest in becoming a volunteer then the Ōrākei Volunteer Expo may be just what you need

Arts 5 Aug 2022

Meditative Art for everyone

Through active guided meditations, discover an alternative perspective of how to express thoughts, feelings, and conflicts

14-24 year olds 3 Aug 2022

Covered court dreams a step closer

Covered courts at the Counties Tennis Centre in Pukekohe will be a boost for club members and the wider community.

Events

15 Aug 2022

Appy Seniors Tech Workshop: SuperGold Card App

Become app-savvy and gain digital confidence with your smartphone or device.

15 Aug 2022

Piringatahi | Special Collections Up Close: Beauty and the Beast

Trace the evolution of children’s book design with versions of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ over 400 years.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

Descended from Rangatira

An exhibition celebrating the inherent leadership qualities of south Auckland's Māori and Pasifika people.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

Ethnic Fairy Tale and Folklore

View fairytales, myths and legends from various cultures at Mt Albert Library.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

The Art of Haiku

A two-week community poetry and art project for adults/teens.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

Waitematā Literary Trail

Discover stories and art around Waitematā.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

We are Puketāpapa – We Read Auckland

See what makes Tāmaki Makaurau home to a group of new migrants.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

We Read Auckland | Ka Pānui Tātau i Tāmaki Makaurau

An exciting free programme of live and online events celebrating Auckland’s readers and writers and the stories that bring us together.