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Jump aboard a mobile library this summer
Auckland Libraries’ bright and colourful mobile libraries are hitting the road this summer.
Auckland Transport adds 20 electric vehicles to its fleet
AT has joined the EV revolution by adding 20 Electric Vehicles (EVs) to its fleet.
Auckland's seabird hotspots
Step out to a feathered adventure on our doorstep.
Glamping, an Auckland Council first
Auckland Council introduces glamping.
Makeover and expansion coming for Aotea Centre
One of Auckland’s most famous landmarks will undergo a refresh and expansion in an exciting new development set to rejuvenate the Aotea arts quarter.
Public artworks make a splash at Albany pool
Korean-Kiwi artist Seung Yul Oh is making a splash at Albany Stadium Pool with the unveiling of his latest works, Upon a Pond and Drop a Loop.
What makes Auckland's economy tick?
After a one-year hiatus, the council’s Auckland Economic Quarterly has today been relaunched.
Help make our beaches fun for all
In response to recent dog-related issues reported at Takapuna Beach, Devonport-Takapuna Local Board wanted to remind people about the rules in place at our beaches and encourage consideration for other beach users.
Stay alert at intersections and make it home safely
Auckland Transport is reminding drivers that even though some intersections can be quiet, it’s always essential to give way or stop and make sure it’s safe.
Make sure your dog's happy at home or away
Before you head off to the beach or bach, have a think about how your dog will cope – whether they’re coming with you or staying behind.
AUT students make the most of food waste
Auckland Council has been working with the talented students at the AUT catering school to inspire Aucklanders to love their leftovers in a bid to reduce food waste.
Albany pool set to make a splash
Aucklanders can look forward to enjoying an exciting new swimming facility in Albany next summer.
Learn to speak Chinese
Join us for an interactive session to learn to speak basic Mandarin Chinese.
Wriggle and Rhyme | Kori me te ruri at Pakuranga Library
Babies, toddlers, parents and caregivers are welcome.
Tender, violent, moving, and humbling, King Lear navigates the complexities and contradictions of human nature like no other piece of storytelling.
June Saturday Gallery Club: Pukapuka Whakawhetai
Children will design their own visual Pukapuka Whakawhetai.
Don’t miss this world première that finds joy in the eternal toil of work.
Fall Prevention Workshop
Join our FREE fall prevention workshop run by Harbour Sport Community Strength & Balance Trainer, Lou Bartlett.
Thursday Heritage Concerts - Creatures and landscapes
The performer and listener will go on a journey together through time and place.
Free Guided Rides - Westgate
Bring a picnic, or grab a coffee and have a play.
Waipapa Stream Restoration, Parnell - with Kaipātiki Project
Spread the word and invite your friends to join us on this meaningful journey towards a greener future.
NZTrio: Tunes From My Home
Enjoy a musical stories filled with bustling energies and happy memories before the warmness of a serenade composed by a young Enescu melts our hearts.
Bach Musica NZ: Schumann, Vanhal, Schubert
The concert will open with the Bassoon Concerto in C Major by Czech composer Johann Baptist Vanhal.
An exciting new work by celebrated NZ composer Ross Harris before we embark upon the joy and nostalgia of Dvorak’s famous “Dumky” Trio.