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Film explores experiences of Deaf community
Members of the Auckland Deaf community have collaborated with local filmmakers to tell a story about Deaf culture in the Whau.
Funding boost for Pulman Park improvement plans
Funding for new lights will make Takanini's Pulman Park safer and more attractive to new users.
Some heroes wear feathers
A team of chickens hunting down plague skinks on Aotea Great Barrier are now giving the Auckland community an egg-cellent gift as well.
Funding boost for Sculpture in the Gardens
Auckland Council has agreed on funding for operational costs for the popular Auckland Botanic Gardens event.
Safety improvements at Papatoetoe Station
AT is permanently closing two pedestrian crossings across the tracks to make it safer for customers.
Storm uncovers history
Archaeologists are studying a piece of Auckland’s infrastructure history uncovered by April’s storms.
Hit me with your best shot!
Photo competition invites residents to share what they love most about Birkenhead.
Help develop Auckland's climate action plan
How should we adapt to a changing climate?
More mentors needed to pass on a love of gardening
Gardening is a chance to get free exercise, get into the fresh air and get some good food.
Heritage grant helps Minniesdale House
Minniesdale House has been awarded funding to help protect its future.
Expo aims to equip Franklin’s school leavers
Career advisors give their top tips for school leavers.
Council green lights “Build-it” budget
$26.2bn investment largest in Auckland's history.
Free Family Fun Day: North Shore Community Toy Library
Check out the refurbished North Shore Community Toy Library and the new toys added to their collection for families to borrow.
Dodgy Weeds and What to do with them - EcoFest
Learn all about dodgy weeds and what to do with them, including how they get into pristine sites and spot them when small, with our helpful booklets from Ecomatters.
Highland Park Library School Holiday Programme
Enjoy a variety of school holiday events in April school holiday.
Students will begin by using plasticine to understand how to build a three-dimensional form, sculpting free-hand the kai (food) of our childhood or cultural roots.
Worm Farming for Kids
Learn why it is important to compost instead of throwing food scraps in the bin.
Eco Warriors: April school holidays at Botany Library
Bring your kids for fun interactive session at Botany Library.
T-shirt bags at Glenfield Library
Bring along an old T-shirt (the smaller, the better), and we will recycle it into a multi-purpose bag.
Eco Warrior Frankentoys at Glenfield Library
Bring any special little bits you would like to add to your warrior and share them with your new friends.
At this event, Wendy will guide you through how to fill out the planner.
Grow Your Own Greens - Love Food Hate Waste workshop
The event will provide tips and tricks on how to grow green vegetables in gardens or containers and cook and preserve fresh harvests.
DIY Reusable Bag - Mahurangi East Library
Make a reusable fabric bag from a light coloured T-Shirt.