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Sports / Leisure 17 Jan 2019

Chinese martial arts flourishing in Ōrākei

The practice of Chinese martial arts is bringing the community together in the Ōrākei ward.

Cultural 16 Jan 2019

Maungauika / North Head governance transfers to Tūpuna Maunga Authority

The transfer is being seen as an important step in integrating all maunga in Tāmaki Makaurau.

Community 16 Jan 2019

Apply for a Neighbours Day grant

Grants of up to $200 are available.

Cycling 11 Jan 2019

Discover Auckland by bike this summer

The holidays are the perfect time to explore Auckland over summer.

Beaches 11 Jan 2019

How to relax and recharge in Auckland this summer

Here are four ways to get a bit of peace and quiet this summer in Auckland.

Environment 9 Jan 2019

Morningside Pollution Prevention Programme funded by Albert-Eden Local Board

Businesses in Albert-Eden are being given advice on how to reduce water pollution.

21 Dec 2018

New CCO board interns appointed

Five board interns to the boards of Auckland’s Council-Controlled Organisations have been appointed by the Appointments, Performance Review and Value for Money Committee.

21 Dec 2018

Three new directors appointed to Auckland Transport and RFA boards

Auckland Council’s Appointments, Performance Review and Value for Money Committee has appointed three new board directors to the boards of Auckland Transport and Regional Facilities Auckland (RFA) at its December meeting.

Environment 20 Dec 2018

Global recognition for Auckland leadership on climate action

Tackling climate change starts with cities.

Arts 19 Dec 2018

Call to creatives: applications open for unique residency

Applications are open for the Regional Parks Artist in Residence programme.

Environment 19 Dec 2018

Kauri dieback aerial survey for north Auckland

A helicopter will be making the rounds in the new year surveying for kauri dieback disease.

Beaches 18 Dec 2018

Auckland day trips to take this summer

Celebrate summer with our pick of the best day trips throughout the region.

Events500 Results

21 Oct 2022

Yokai Talk 6: Sophie Matthiesson - Hokusai and the Art of Edo Japan

This talk offers a broad introduction to the art of Edo period Japan (1603-1867).

01 Oct 2022 - 16 Oct 2022

Pakuranga Library Unbelievable! School Holiday Activities

Kids can take part in a variety of fun activities at Pakuranga Library this school holiday.

10 Oct 2022

Unbelievable Animal Zines

Create a zine (small magazine) using drawing, collage, poetry and more. Come along and let your imagination run wild!

03 Oct 2022 - 15 Oct 2022

Estuary Arts Centre School Holiday Fun

Be inspired by a fun and engaging art programme themed around Nature. Try your hand at sculpting or eco-dying, printmaking, clay and mixed media.

01 Oct 2022

Diwali Card & Bookmark-Making Workshop

Make your own Diwali card or bookmark using rainbow scratch card.

01 Oct 2022

Tempo Dance Festival 2022 - KLASH

Aotearoa’s finest Street Dancers take over Q Theatre on a quest for dominance!

07 Oct 2022 - 08 Oct 2022

Tempo Dance Festival 2022 - What They Said

 What They Said unites The New Zealand Dance Company with celebrated Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd.

19 Oct 2022 - 06 Nov 2022

Together - Apart | Claybenders Ceramic Exhibition

Join us to view the creative response of 17 ceramic artists who have put their own interpretation in clay on the maxim Together - Apart.

12 Nov 2022

The New Zealand Herald Premier Series: Alpine Symphony

Giordano Bellincampi and the APO are joined by members of the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM).

23 Nov 2022

¡Viva México! After-hours at the Gallery

An unforgettable night of Mexican food, music, dance and art.

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.

16 Nov 2022 - 20 Nov 2022

Aotearoa Art Fair

Be in first at the VIP Preview of the Fair and experience Aotearoa Art Fair without the crowds.