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Community 21 Mar 2019

Waitematā Local Board seeks nominations for Good Citizens’ Awards

Waitematā Local Board is seeking nominations to help recognise those who go above and beyond to make Waitematā a great place to live.

Arts 14 Mar 2019

Discover the stars of Matariki and how to spot them!

The rise of the Matariki star cluster is an important time in the Māori calendar as it signifies the Māori New Year.

Food / Drink 14 Mar 2019

Polyfest takes lead on healthy living

South Auckland’s hugely popular Polyfest is encouraging attendees to make healthier food and beverage choices.

Arts 8 Mar 2019

Art trail and exhibition opens in St Heliers this week

Ōrākei Local Board is supporting businesses and the arts to thrive in St Heliers.

Transport 7 Mar 2019

Safer speeds bylaw consultation opens

AT is seeking public feedback on plans to make Auckland's roads safer by reducing speed limits in some areas.

6 Mar 2019

Counting down to 2021

It's two years to the day to the first America's Cup race.

Arts 5 Mar 2019

Kate Sheppard ribbons come to life in art

Team up and move the Kate Sheppard ribbons in a new interactive sculpture by artist Jae Kang in Pukekohe.

Policies / Regulations 1 Mar 2019

Top marks for improved quality of council reports

The quality of Auckland Council’s reporting has been assessed as among the best in the country.

22 Feb 2019

Local board proposes new cemetery for Great Barrier

A long-awaited cemetery in central Great Barrier is one step closer to realisation and the project is open for public submissions.

Community 14 Feb 2019

Walks in the city - Te Paparahi Toi Māori

Discover Māori art, culture and history in the heart of the city.

Environment 14 Jan 2019

Top tips for reducing soft plastic use

Auckland Council is encouraging Aucklanders to make efforts to reduce their consumption of soft plastics.

21 Dec 2018

Plan ahead for summer storms

A little preparation makes all the difference if storms hit.

Events293 Results

25 Mar 2023 - 01 Apr 2023

Light Abounds: Paint & Sip Sessions

Pick out a date, invite your friends, grab a free cocktail and create your own painting, guided by artist and tutor Abbey Lyman.

07 Oct 2022 - 07 Apr 2023

Te Atatu Food Truck Fridays

A tasty selection of Auckland’s best street food, music and entertainment.

23 Feb 2023

APO | New Worlds

New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis, makes her Australasian debut with Barber’s autumnal concerto.

10 Dec 2022 - 01 May 2023

Ayesha Green: Still life

Through this process of translation and depiction, she also speaks to relationships, whakapapa and the stories of our connections to the landscape.

13 Feb 2023 - 18 Sep 2023

Titirangi Theatre Acting Training Classes

Join acting training classes for Adults or Children, with tutor John Goudge.

26 Nov 2022 - 05 Mar 2023

Portage Ceramic Awards 2022

This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa.

01 Dec 2022 - 01 Mar 2023

Te Ao Mārama ~ Mana Wāhine

Experience the spirit of resistance that lives on through the power of words, crack-up humour, and advocacy for a more equitable society.

18 Aug 2023 - 03 Sep 2023

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.

19 Jan 2023 - 19 Mar 2023

Weekend Guided Walk

Our knowledgeable staff will share the secrets and insights of what makes this unique ecosystem amazing.

17 Dec 2022 - 24 Apr 2023

Auckland Photo Day Summer Exhibition

Enjoy a walk around the town centre and enjoy this free public exhibition.

17 Jan 2023 - 12 Feb 2023

"24 Fingers and 6 Thumbs" by Heather Matthews, Ian Anderson and Pam Naylor

Enjoy watching the work of Heather Matthews, Ian Anderson and Pam Naylor.

22 Jan 2023 - 26 Feb 2023

MAP Project Huriana Kopeke-Te Aho

At the centre of their artistic practice is a deep and fierce aroha/alofa for their people, and they aim to create imagery that speaks to their communities' political and social...