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Council takes action to shut down party hotspot in Ōtāhuhu
Auckland Council is taking action to shut down a party hotspot in Ōtāhuhu's Seaside Park, following concerns from local residents about large congregations of people playing loud music, drinking alcohol, leaving behind rubbish and general anti-social behaviour.
Creating parks that are accessible and inclusive
Puketāpapa Local Board aims to improve parks' accessibility.
Holistic approach to working with Māngere's homeless
"Our goal is to make the shopping centres a great place to come and visit, while also seeing what help can be provided to those who are homeless or begging.”
It’s on! Council green lights America’s Cup location
The thrill and vibrancy of the America’s Cup is returning to Auckland’s waterfront in 2021 with the Auckland Council Governing Body giving unanimous support to hosting the 36th America’s Cup.
How future water babies are made in Albert-Eden
Albert-Eden Learn to Swim offers free swimming lessons to kids across five local schools.
Eleven to run in Auckland by-elections
Nominations have closed for the Waitākere Ranges and Maungakiekie-Tāmaki (Tāmaki Subdivision) local board by-elections with 11 candidates putting their hands up to fill the vacant seats.
Best Practice Award for Avondale planner
A Planning Leader from Panuku Development Auckland has been recognised for his work on the rejuvenation of Avondale.
Promoting awareness of Māori cultural values
Training programme helps planners, architects and engineering professionals to be more culturally responsive.
Auckland confirmed as America's Cup host
Mayor Phil Goff has announced an in-principle agreement between Auckland Council, the government and Emirates Team New Zealand for Auckland to host America’s Cup 36 in 2021.
Marae on North Shore another step closer
“Māori in Beach Haven have longed for a space like this for many years now,” says Kaipātiki Local Board Chair John Gillon.
Artist in residence: Sites and sounds
Jude Robertson will be the 2018 Auckland regional parks artist in residence.
How do we make Auckland's growth work for everyone?
John Mauro: We can turn the growth problem into an opportunity.
APO | The New Zealand Herald Premier Series: Romantic Rhapsody
Passionate music farewells the joys of life, but inevitably the piece ends with a ghostly lament under the inescapable rhythm of the oars.
The Golden Ass
This a powerful plea for empathy in a world gone mad, as old as time and as fresh as tomorrow.
Auckland Go Green Expo
This show promotes a healthy, environmentally friendly, sustainable lifestyle for New Zealanders.
Oneroa Rat Trial Walk with Te Korowai o Waiheke - EcoFest
The walk will start at Alison Park and finish at Little Oneroa and is suitable for all fitness and age levels.
Neighbours Aotearoa - Various Events
Get to know a neighbour a little bit better.
Vector Lights for World of Cultures
Head to the Vector Lights show and listen live from your favourite viewing spot.
Free Silent Disco Kids Adventures - Sea Odyssey Edition
Gear up with headphones and follow an interactive Sea Odyssey story that takes place on one of the deserted islands.
A Bee Story – EcoFest
This instantly enchanting show is an enlightening modern-day message on environmentalism, sustainability and community spirit.
Circus in the Park - Myers Park
Join the amazing Circus In The Park team to play and learn circus skills like juggling, hula hoop, acrobatics, ribbons and spinning plates.
Hungerball - Myers Park
A customised inflatable sports arena where a range of sports/games can be played for all ages.
Come to CultureFest to experience more than 60 communities celebrating their unique culture in one place, on one day.
Polish Traditions of Easter exhibition
Come and learn about a traditional Polish Easter.