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Plans have been approved for a green space with a lawn, more trees and a pathway at Herne Bay's Salisbury Reserve.
Neat Streets is helping to keep our communities clean.
AT is introducing a mix of paid, P120 and unrestricted spaces to make it easier to find a car park.
Grants are available for community groups to support conservation efforts throughout Auckland.
Grants focus on local board priorities and 73 organisations have benefitted in the last six months.
“Our harbour will be the best venue in the world for the America’s Cup,” says Mayor Phil Goff following the official announcement of Auckland as the host city and 6-21 March as the race dates of the 36th America’s Cup event in 2021.
Watch Auckland’s harbours come alive in one of the world’s biggest one-day regattas.
Four full days of energetic displays of fire breathing, hula hoops, mime, rola bola, comedy, magic and so much more, our performers will leave you mystified and mesmerized!
Our knowledgeable staff will share the secrets and insights of what makes this unique ecosystem amazing.
The annual Anniversary weekend trail-wide Open Studio Event is art in action, demonstration, workshops, and exhibitions.
Enjoy a walk around the town centre and enjoy this free public exhibition.
Around 200 stalls will fill Vellenoweth Green, St Heliers with a variety of arts, crafts and designer fashion, as well as some tasty food options.
Enjoy watching the work of Heather Matthews, Ian Anderson and Pam Naylor.
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...
Yeon Hyang Hoe aims to promote Korean culture and calligraphy to reach out to the wider community in Aotearoa.
Perfect opportunity to sit back and enjoy this historic on-water event, held annually since 1840.
Kei whea te Aute seeks to recite and rediscover Aute genealogies in the form of uku (Maaori pottery and painting), kanikani (contemporary Maaori dance), and uru (living plants).