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Community 14 Mar 2019

Voyage the stars with Auckland Libraries this Matariki

Explore over 100 free events, activities and workshops at libraries across the region this Matariki.

Dogs 28 Feb 2019

Aucklanders to have say on dog rules in April

Aucklanders will have the opportunity to have their say on proposed changes to dog rules from 1 April.

Business / Economy 22 Feb 2019

Update on Avondale Business Association

Auckland Council can confirm that it has now written to the Avondale Business Association regarding concerns over its financial and governance practices.

Beaches 20 Feb 2019

Summer adventures in and around Tāmaki Makaurau

Try the latest trend in travel and tour new locations and activities around the region.

Community 20 Feb 2019

Rangatahi Youth Scholarship recipients aim to help community with their skills

Future scientists, architects and nurses are among the recipients of Manurewa Local Board’s Rangatahi Youth Scholarship.

Community 20 Feb 2019

New approach to Te Reo Māori lessons at Mt Albert Toy Library

Pitau Potiki, the Te Reo Māori speaking doll, is the latest addition to the collection at the Mt Albert Toy Library.

Have your say 19 Feb 2019

Waitākere Ranges residents urged to find out more about septic tank changes

Residents are being encouraged to attend a special information session on the proposed phasing out of the septic tank pump-out service.

Transport 19 Feb 2019

Additional ferry sailings for north and west Auckland

Auckland Transport has announced more ferry services to Hobsonville, Beach Haven and Gulf Harbour.

Have your say 18 Feb 2019

Annual Budget consultation meetings to be held for Great Barrier residents

Consultation meetings are being held with Great Barrier Island residents as part of the annual budget consultation.

Cycling 18 Feb 2019

Make a pledge to cycle to work during Bike Month

Cycling to work is a win that’s good for your wallet, your health and the planet, swap four wheels for two this Bike Month.

Environment 15 Feb 2019

Growing community gardens in Albert-Eden

Community garden initiatives are providing a welcome refuge for birds, butterflies and residents in the local area and beyond.

15 Feb 2019

Auckland's sporting heavyweights unite behind World’s Biggest Bootcamp

Auckland’s sports teams are backing the World’s Biggest Bootcamp to encourage healthy living in NZ.

Events470 Results

06 Sep 2022 - 10 Sep 2022

Vivid Dreaming

A vibrant contemporary dance double bill by Jawline Dance Collective.

30 Aug 2022 - 03 Sep 2022

Grief-Sex-Race

Jess Karamjeet and Sophie Gibson present Grief-Sex-Race at Q Theatre, as part of the Auckland Fringe Festival.

18 Aug 2022 - 15 Dec 2022

Reo & Rhyme

A fun-filled rhyme and dance session for tamariki aged 18 months to three years.

20 Aug 2022

Human Library – We Read Auckland

A safe space for dialogue where topics are discussed openly between our human 'books' and their 'readers'.

15 Nov 2021 - 13 Nov 2022

Manpower: Myths of Masculinity

This free exhibition brings into focus images of eroticised male bodies.

18 Jun 2022 - 18 Sep 2022

Emily Karaka: Matariki Ring of Fire

The exhibition centres on the festival of Matariki.

15 Sep 2022 - 24 Sep 2022

Hunua Theatre Club presents A Toe in the Water by Derek Benfield

Gerald's hopes for peace and quiet are dashed by the arrival of a series of surprise visitors in this theatre production.

30 Sep 2022 - 02 Oct 2022

NZ Barok: Court to Cathedral

This concert features music by the two giants of Baroque music, Bach and Handel.

18 Aug 2022 - 15 Dec 2022

Ukulele Club

Bring your own ukulele to play easy songs, sing along, meet new people and have fun.

15 Oct 2022

The Repair Show | International Repair Day 2022 | Repair Café Aotearoa NZ

This worldwide Repair Day celebrates the strength of community coming together and helping each other.

02 Oct 2022

Chris Priestley and the Unsung Heroes

A fascinating musical concept filled with rogues, rebels and folk heroes.

12 Oct 2022

The 1877 Dinner

Come party at Pah Homestead like it’s 1877.