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Aucklanders have been treated to several major transformations in the city centre in recent years. But have you seen them all? Here are some you may have missed.
Event partners, Auckland Council and Manukau Urban Māori Authority have together made the call to put community safety first by cancelling Waitangi ki Manukau. The swift decision comes in response to the Omicron variant being in the community triggering the government moving Aotearoa to the red setting in the traffic light system.
Auckland’s newest festival brings the chance to celebrate the music, dance, art, stories and food that make our city one of the world’s most vibrant and diverse.
Being in lockdown can make us all feel anxious and stressed. But one of the best things for us to do is to be kind to ourselves and simply unwind.
Shop Local and browse a selection of ceramics, crafts and bespoke artworks to find a unique gift this Christmas
New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis, makes her Australasian debut with Barber’s autumnal concerto.
Bring a picnic or pick up takeaways from the surrounding Huapai shops.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to make clay ornaments with air-dry clay with local artist Jean Yern.
A tasty selection of Auckland’s best street food, music and entertainment.
Join an art class and learn how to paint and draw.
A great opportunity to view a wide range of artworks and also to see what others have created.
This ground-breaking musical tells a remarkable real-life story of the kindness and spirit of humanity that ensued in the face of crisis.
Join the Auckland Choral and Sinfonia for this not-to-be-missed Christmas experience.
Sensory exhibition displayed on 288sqm of LED panels, using sophisticated technology to immerse you in an extraordinary world of dance, art and music.
Four full days of energetic displays of fire breathing, hula hoops, mime, rola bola, comedy, magic and so much more, our performers will leave you mystified and mesmerized!