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Installing rainwater tanks will soon be easier for property-owners in Tāmaki Makaurau, following changes to Auckland’s Unitary Plan and the Hauraki Gulf Islands District Plan.
ANZAC soldier Ted Armstrong served in both World Wars - and survived. As did his four service medals. And every year, 12-year-old Darcy wears his great-grandfather’s medals with pride. Just as long as his granddad can find them.
The shortlist for the 2022 New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Awards includes twelve projects delivered by the Auckland Council group - Auckland Transport, Eke Panuku and Auckland Council.
A new creative artwork will emerge in the Nelson Street laneway just in time for Christmas.
Auckland Council's 10-year recovery budget will help Aotea Great Barrier Island recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
Thirteen organisations and community groups have been awarded a combined $11,525 in quick response grants for community projects by Henderson-Massey Local Board.
Karangahape Road’s heritage-rich neighbourhood has become supercharged with renewal in recent times, as the area moves closer to its future as a vibrant city neighbourhood and one of Auckland’s busiest transit hubs.
Auckland Transport and Auckland Council have opened the Karangahape Road enhancements for Aucklanders. And on Saturday 26 June, the Karangahape Business Association will ensure the legendary street bursts into new life with a fitting and colourful public celebration.
The completion of the Ōmanawanui Track along with Puriri Ridge Track, a 6-kilometre upgrade, is a significant milestone in the reopening of the Te Ar Tūhura / Hillary Trail.
Learn more about how to identify and control pest plants in your local park or community.
Experience how portraits were made during the Victorian era.
This worldwide Repair Day celebrates the strength of community coming together and helping each other.
A fascinating musical concept filled with rogues, rebels and folk heroes.
Use gauche and ink pens to create a colourful graphic trail complete with hand-made game tokens.
Join us at Pah Homestead for a celebration of crafts and creations from yester-year.
The gateway to truth is gendered - horror is a woman who knows.
Over the three days, students will learn all the basics needed to start your raranga journey.
Singing, dancing, musical comedy and a chance for kids to read, sing and bounce along.
Children aged 5-13 years can utilise their fine motor skills and imagination to create a wonderful craft.