Tō tātou tuakiri Māori: Celebrating Māori identity

In June, we’re celebrating and participating in Auckland’s thriving Māori identity.

Auckland Council declares climate emergency

Auckland Council's Environment and Community Committee has voted to declare a climate emergency.

Mayor Goff hits million tree mark

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has fulfilled his pledge of planting a million trees in this term of council.

Teens trying something new at Riverside

Taha Awa Riverside Community Centre in Mt Wellington is finding success with after-school programmes aimed at over 13-year olds.

Investment and savings tracking well for Auckland Council

Auckland Council reported quarterly performance up to 31 March 2019, with $1.33 Billion of capital investment delivered in the first nine months of the financial year.

Black Swan, White Swan

Witness Royal New Zealand Ballet's magnificent re-telling of ballet’s most enduring classic Swan Lake.

Victoria Street Linear Park one step closer

The Linear Park will create a pedestrian-friendly link between Victoria Park and Albert Park.

Students provide fresh ideas to Franklin Local Board

Unitec landscape architecture students have delivered fresh ideas on Clevedon and Hunua development issues.

The Wolves

A comedic performance from nine young warriors portraying the different lenses of adolescence.

Elder statesman of Auckland heritage retires

Heritage hero George Farrant is retiring after 32 years as principal heritage advisor at Auckland Council.

Matariki Festival Diary: Food

Check out this selection of events boasting delicious kai taking place during Matariki Festival 2019.

A Fine Balance

A theatre event bringing history to life through a sweeping panorama of India’s tumultuous State of Emergency.

Freedom camping update

A decision on Auckland Council’s Freedom Camping bylaw has been deferred.

Roof raised on Rosedale’s new National Hockey Centre

Construction of the new world-class sporting facility has reached the half-way point after the roof was raised onto the new pavilion building.

Auckland Wine Week

Explore the wonderful world of wine right here on Auckland's doorstep.

Enter Auckland’s premier school music and dance competition

Don’t miss your chance to compete in Stand Up Stand Out – one of Auckland’s biggest performing arts contests.

Preparing for Auckland's next volcanic eruption

Auckland’s Emergency Management team will be featured in the documentary 'Beneath New Zealand', to be screened at 8.30pm on Sunday.

Carried Away: Bags Unpacked

This exhibition unpacks over 150 bags, exploring the stories associated with their creation, and the people who made and used them.

Beachland Community Hall kitchen benefits locals

A new kitchen at the Beachlands Community Hall, provided by an anonymous donor, is being put to good use.

Programme to improve water quality in Meola Creek

Albert-Eden Local Board is working with community groups and businesses to reduce water pollution and improve water quality in Meola Creek.

Pacific Dance Festival

Showcasing a rich and diverse line-up of talent from across the Pacific.

Sale of Auckland Council’s Graham Street offices goes unconditional

The sale of Auckland Council's Graham Street offices has been approved, with relocation scheduled for mid-2020.

Auckland Council undertakes firearms audit

Auckland Council has audited the firearms it owns and is making changes to the way it stores, uses and maintains firearms, in accordance with new legislation.


In a new live performance piece, 15 uniquely wonderful humans tell stories about their relationships with their bodies.

Pop-up junk playground a huge success in Albert-Eden

More than 270 children attended a free pop-up playground event coordinated by the Creative Kids Collective.

Night Lights

Explore MOTAT aglow with creativity and ingenuity.