Awards open to Auckland farmers
Auckland Council has partnered with the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust, so that the region’s farmers and horticulturists are eligible to enter the 2016 Ballance Farm Environment Awards – with entries open until 31 October.
Council supports conservation volunteers at Atiu Creek
Council is partnering with Conservation Volunteers NZ and will contribute $50,000 towards the Restore Ātiu Creek Ecology (RACE) project.
Running for Auckland Council?
Want to be more directly involved in decisions that will help make Auckland a great place to live? Consider running as a candidate in the next council elections.
Volunteers rescue Kōwhai Park from foreign invaders
Native plants are flourishing in Kōwhai Park once more, thanks to hard work by some green-fingered locals.
Riverhead locals step up
Riverhead locals are transforming unused space into a new walkway.
Spend a day in Warkworth
Just a 45-minute drive from central Auckland, the Warkworth region is the perfect destination for a day trip.
Auckland Council's very own Lara Croft
Meet Laura... specialist archaeologist in the council's Heritage Team. This 24-year-old is an activist of sorts.
Feminine Traditions – Modern World
An exhibition which explores with curiosity, modern day and personal ideas of femininity, through the practices of weaving, ceramics and painting.
Kumeu in Focus Exhibition
The exhibition will feature a retrospective by the Kumeu Photography Group, celebrating their 10th year with a selection of their favourite images.
Tunnel Boring Machine Open Day
To celebrate, we’re hosting an open day for the community to see and perhaps get a selfie with Piper the TBM before she dives headfirst underground.
From Broadway to Westend
A singing, dancing, sparkling spectacular, this show is sure to thrill, delight, and stir your imagination.
Kaukapakapa Village Market
A great morning out for the family with live music and a tempting selection of stalls.
Helensville Library Book Chat
Come along for coffee and a lively discussion about any book you have read.
The exhibition will include paintings, photography and ceramic representations of people reflecting our community and the distinct voice of our district.