Whau residents can enjoy a live harp performance, cultural dances, and cuisine from different Asian countries at the upcoming New Lynn Moon Festival night market.
Whau residents are invited to have their say on an upgrade to Mānu playground at Maui Reserve in New Lynn.
A food rescue charity is now able to provide a safer volunteering environment thanks to funding from all three West Auckland Local Boards.
Whau Local Board and Ward Councillor Kerrin Leoni are committed to finding the funds to enable its development.
Grab the opportunities to shape the Whau area for the next three years.
Speak up and help shape the future of your community by giving feedback on Whau Local Board’s draft three-year plan.
Enrol them in Auckland Council’s school holiday programme. Our programmes are inexpensive, safe,...
Come along for school holiday fun.
Have a read of the event text for a list of events happening at Blockhouse Bay Library these scho...
A safe place for Te reo Māori speakers of different levels of fluency to try and increase their k...
New Lynn Community Hub are celebrating Moon Festival this September.
“We Are Woven” is a free event for everyone to come together and celebrate the colourful cultures...
Bring your broken or damaged items and local volunteers will fix them for you at no charge.