1194 Results for "make a date"
Funding Auckland’s favourite things
Most people know that rates help pay for the council to collect rubbish, maintain roads and look after our parks. But did you know that rates also help fund many other things that make Auckland a great place to live?
WATCH: Engineering grad Tamoko Ormsby
He shows us what sparks joy for him, how he plans to give back, why his Māori identity is so important, and what skills make for an awesome engineer!
Maker movement putting power in young people’s hands
Creative champions and technology have come together in an initiative called Makerhood, helping people rediscover the art of making and encouraging people to tinker, fix and make stuff rather than consume it.
Ponsonby Road pedestrian improvements project begins
Auckland Transport (AT) and the Waitematā Local Board are making improvements at eight intersections along Ponsonby Road to make the area more attractive and pedestrian-friendly.
Students bring art to the city
Students from the Elam School of Fine Arts have joined forces with Auckland Transport, Auckland Council and Panuku Development to hold an exhibition in one of the buildings closed to make way for the City Rail Link.
Deciding the Auckland Unitary Plan
Over the next two months OurAuckland is running a series called Growing Auckland.
Auckland wins at Ultimate Sports Cities Awards
Auckland continues to make its mark on the global stage as an international events city.
Murals bring splash of pride at Gallaher Park
The Gallaher Park clubroom walls have been given a colourful makeover thanks to murals from local artists.
On the passing of Barry Brickell
Auckland Council pays tribute to renowned potter, artist, environmentalist and craftsman Barry Brickell whose work features in many public collections, including the council’s.
Toi Whītiki celebrates Auckland’s unique cultural identity
Toi Whītiki, Auckland Council's new arts plan, weaves the city's creative strands together.
Five years of progress in Ōtara-Papatoetoe
With Auckland Council recently reaching its fifth anniversary, we take a closer look at the local progress in Ōtara, Manukau and Papatoetoe.
50,000 homes enabled under SHAs
Housing Project Office Director Ree Anderson describes how Auckland Council is enabling the building of thousands of new homes.
Tate Light at Night
Brighten a gloomy winter evening and make a night of it with a friend, co-worker or date.
Make Days at the Maritime
Master the art of miniatures and make a magical maritime diorama in a matchbox.
Titirangi Theatre Acting Training Classes
Join acting training classes for Adults or Children, with tutor John Goudge.
Kids Woodworking | Make a Wooden Whetu
Using sandpaper and paints to decorate, proudly make something that will last the test of time.
Ngā Tamariki o Matatiki July School Holiday events | Albany Village Library
Bring your kids along for a fun interactive session.
Orewa Artisan Market
Come along, and browse the stalls; you will find something unique, something for yourself or a gift for someone else.
Come From Away – The Broadway Musical
This ground-breaking musical tells a remarkable real-life story of the kindness and spirit of humanity that ensued in the face of crisis.
Move It With Mary
A low-impact exercise aimed at over 60, 70, and 80-year-olds. Make new friends, and have fun!
Book-A-Family History Librarian
Make a FREE one-hour booking to see Auckland Libraries' family history specialist, Seonaid (Shona) Harvey.
Knitting Group: Pt Chevalier Little Library
Come along for a casual weekly knitting session and make new friends.
Community Classes and Activities - Term 2 at Parnell Community Centre
Enrol yourself to join the community classes and social activities.