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10 outdoor activities to make the most of your local green space
Whether it's mindful meditation or fun family games, here are some great outdoor activities to try at your local park.
Chill Zone at Come Fly a Kite makes event more welcoming to all kids
If your child feels overwhelmed by big crowds or loud noises, don't let it stop you from bringing them to the popular annual Come Fly a Kite event in Te Atatu Peninsula.
Councillor says community must make its voice heard on proposed Annual Budget
Councillor Lotu Fuli says the power of community was illustrated during the recent storms.
New external members appointed to Auckland Council’s Audit and Risk Committee
Auckland Council has appointed Paul Connell, Cassandra Crowley and Martin Matthews as independent members to its Audit and Risk Committee.
Dedicated community groups helping make Auckland a better place to live
Creating sustainable communities and a better place to live, as well as reducing the amount of waste going to landfill and our carbon footprint are all key focuses for a group of dedicated community groups throughout the Auckland region.
Back of beyond: Make Whatipū your next Waitākere adventure
Caves, plunging ravines, wild native bush and some of the best views Auckland’s rugged west coast has to offer, this Waitākere adventure is perfect for the whole family - and you can also camp.
Visibility of Māori expression in Auckland’s city centre makes measured steps forward
A commitment to ensure mana whenua see themselves more in our city centre’s urbanscape has been made by Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Council
Make a day of it in Auckland’s midtown
There’s so much to do within the midtown area that it can keep everyone occupied for a whole day.
Plan changes make it easier for Aucklanders to install rainwater tanks
Installing rainwater tanks will soon be easier for property-owners in Tāmaki Makaurau, following changes to Auckland’s Unitary Plan and the Hauraki Gulf Islands District Plan.
‘It makes me feel proud’: Helping our tamariki understand Anzac Day
ANZAC soldier Ted Armstrong served in both World Wars - and survived. As did his four service medals. And every year, 12-year-old Darcy wears his great-grandfather’s medals with pride. Just as long as his granddad can find them.
12 Auckland Council projects make the shortlist in nationwide landscape architecture awards
The shortlist for the 2022 New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects Awards includes twelve projects delivered by the Auckland Council group - Auckland Transport, Eke Panuku and Auckland Council.
Kōkako chicks make Christmas appearance
Thanks to a 30-year project, intensive predator control and thousands of volunteer hours, the kōkako is thriving in the Hunua Ranges and is now the fourth largest population on mainland New Zealand.
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.
April Saturday Gallery Club: Hand-formed Vessels
Children are invited to join us in the Homestead Galleries to make their own hand-formed vessels using airdry clay.
Awesome Eels - Eco Warriors School Holidays
Listen to a New Zealand story about eels and make an eel movement puppet to take home.
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.
Titirangi Theatre Acting Training Classes
Join acting training classes for Adults or Children, with tutor John Goudge.
Pop-up vintage photography studio
Learn more about this technique and watch as the alchemic process magically makes images appear on the plate.
Make Your Own Home Cleaner
Learn to make your own multi-purpose home cleaner with just 3 ingredients you can find at your local grocery store/supermarket.
Sandy Sunday Whānau Fun
Use the natural resources around to make a creative masterpiece.
Toró: é tudo tanto / It's all so much
The word Toró is Tupi (one of the largest indigenous groups of Brazil before its colonization) for jorro d’água, translated in English as a downpour.
Eco Art Botanical Monoprinting - EcoFest
Come along for a bush walk, identifying important native species as we gather interesting plant materials from the forest floor.
Te Atatu Food Truck Fridays
A tasty selection of Auckland’s best street food, music and entertainment.