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14-24 year olds 16 Aug 2018

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.

Sports / Leisure 25 Jul 2018

Funding boost for Pulman Park improvement plans

Funding for new lights will make Takanini's Pulman Park safer and more attractive to new users.

Environment 4 Jul 2018

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.

Arts 2 Jul 2018

Funding boost for Sculpture in the Gardens

Auckland Council has agreed on funding for operational costs for the popular Auckland Botanic Gardens event.

Transport 25 Jun 2018

Safety improvements at Papatoetoe Station

AT is permanently closing two pedestrian crossings across the tracks to make it safer for customers.

Environment 19 Jun 2018

Storm uncovers history

Archaeologists are studying a piece of Auckland’s infrastructure history uncovered by April’s storms.

14-24 year olds 19 Jun 2018

Hit me with your best shot!

Photo competition invites residents to share what they love most about Birkenhead.

Business / Economy 18 Jun 2018

Help develop Auckland's climate action plan

How should we adapt to a changing climate?

Environment 14 Jun 2018

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 13 Jun 2018

Heritage grant helps Minniesdale House

Minniesdale House has been awarded funding to help protect its future.

14-24 year olds 8 Jun 2018

Expo aims to equip Franklin’s school leavers

Career advisors give their top tips for school leavers.

Mayor 1 Jun 2018

Council green lights “Build-it” budget

$26.2bn investment largest in Auckland's history.

Events297 Results

17 Feb 2023 - 18 Feb 2023

Circus in the Square

Pack a bag, round up your young and old friends, and come run away with the circus!

22 Mar 2023 - 26 Mar 2023

Earth Beat Festival 2023

Earth Beat Festival is the place where you play, learn, revitalise make new connections and return to the world grounded and inspired!

18 Mar 2023 - 26 Mar 2023

Franklin Arts Festival - 2023 Art Show

The artworks are displayed in five themes (Natural, Surreal, Vessel, Transform, and Movement).

11 Mar 2023

March Saturday Gallery Club: Hand-formed Vessels

Join us in the Homestead Galleries to make your own hand-formed vessel using air-dry clay.

18 Mar 2023

Artist Kōrero: In Conversation

Arapeta will discuss their research into the legacy of the historic Maaori art forms of Aute.

22 Mar 2023 - 26 Mar 2023

The Unruly Tourists

This witty, irreverent, and caustically observed work will spark conversation and debate long after the curtain goes down.

10 Sep 2022 - 26 Feb 2023

Tia Ranginui: Gonville Gothic

An exhibition about Māori fairy folk, patupaiarehe (supernatural beings).

29 Oct 2022 - 30 Jan 2023

Robin White: Te Whanaketanga | Something is Happening Here

Free exhibition of work by contemporary Aotearoa artist Dame Robin White.

28 Oct 2022 - 24 Mar 2023

Contemporary Conversations – The Chartwell Show

Join our weekly 30-minute guided conversations with a volunteer guide to learn more about the contemporary artworks on display. 

29 Oct 2022 - 26 Mar 2023

ABH Cricket Competition

Adult groups of friends and businesses can enter to play Cricket.

13 Nov 2022 - 14 May 2023

Tintype Photography Pop-up Studio

Come along to learn about the wet plate collodion process.

27 Nov 2022 - 19 Feb 2023

A Band From Scratch

Performance drawn from Phil’s 50+ years in musical exploration and invention.