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Rainbow Machine wins prestigious award
Rainbow Machine, the Auckland Council-commissioned artwork, has won a globally significant design award.
Saunders Reserve decision revoked
Whau Local Board has revoked a decision made in the previous term to revoke the reserve status at Saunders Reserve following a review of the advice provided to make the decision.
Franklin Local Board sets out work programmes
Franklin Local Board has passed its work programmes, detailing what it hopes to deliver in the year ahead.
Council helps businesses make better use of outdoor space in Level 2
Auckland Council is working with the city’s cafe and restaurant owners to help them make better use of their outdoor space – fast-tracking the application process for outdoor dining licences.
SUSO 2020 re-shaped to keep the dream alive
Stand Up Stand Out has moved quickly to re-shape its format, aiming to help keep the music dream alive for the city’s young music talent.
Breaking new ground on zero waste
New Zealand’s first large-scale anaerobic digestion facility began construction today in Reporoa with a blessing of the land by Ngati Tahu-Ngati Whaoa.
Great Barrier inorganic collection starts this month
Items will be collected on 21-22 May on Great Barrier Island. Read to find out what items are accepted, and which date applies to you.
Total fire ban for the Auckland region
We’re now in a prohibited fire season, so all fire permits have been suspended until further notice.
Sculptor of the Week – Natalie Guy
Natalie’s Guy sculpture Karesansui makes a unique contribution to the Auckland Botanic Gardens, a celebration of the South Pacific garden.
Sculptor of the week – Jamie Pickernell
Rotorua-based artist Jamie Pickernell has won the McConnell Family Supreme Award for his Sculpture Keep, which is on display now at Sculpture in the Gardens.
Updated: Proposed Plan Change 26 - submission period extended
Proposed Plan Change 26 relates to the Special Character Areas Overlay of the Auckland Unitary Plan.
Explore Auckland with free public transport and Akl Paths
Make the most of free public transport on Sunday to explore the region with Akl Paths.
Parnell Food Truck Nite: Winter Solstice
Enjoy the best selection of Auckland's top food trucks, live entertainment, a pop-up bar, and of course, mulled wine.
Te Karanga A Hape
Join us with family, friends, and colleagues for a fulsome programme of music, art, fashion, performance, workshops, and delightful kai!
Eye on Nature Wearable Arts Fashion Show 2023
Witness the talent of Auckland's most promising young designers and master up-cyclers as their creations grace the catwalk.
Brent Harris: The Other Side | Audio Described Tour
Join us for an audio-described tour for blind and low-vision visitors through our new exhibition.
Growing Through The Arts Workshop with Mapura Studios
Create a land, a character, even a side-kick as they travel around the map and even perhaps into the land within the gallery.
Estate Planning with Wendy Hampton
Hear Wendy talk about how you can prepare your estate planning.
Witness For The Prosecution by Agatha Christie
Regarded as one of Agatha Christie’s most accomplished plays, this suspenseful thriller keeps audiences guessing until the very end.
Art in the City: Call for artist proposals
Heart of the City is calling for artist proposals for temporary public art.
Māori Performing Arts Open Day
Learn about Te Kura Maninirau, meet the kaiako, see what the classes will be like and enrol for term 3.
Hōtoke Winter Fun Tamariki play
These FREE, casual attendance sessions are the perfect way to keep little ones active and make new friends.
Combined Cosmologies: The Art of Pauline Thompson 1942 — 2012
This extensive exhibition, brings together all the various strands of Pauline’s work in a retrospective that will give her a new voice.
Family Kite Making - Manu Aute
The ReCreators are on a mission to teach people how to turn waste into value, saving money and the planet at the same time with creative design thinking.