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Aucklanders have been treated to several major transformations in the city centre in recent years. But have you seen them all? Here are some you may have missed.
Event partners, Auckland Council and Manukau Urban Māori Authority have together made the call to put community safety first by cancelling Waitangi ki Manukau. The swift decision comes in response to the Omicron variant being in the community triggering the government moving Aotearoa to the red setting in the traffic light system.
Auckland’s newest festival brings the chance to celebrate the music, dance, art, stories and food that make our city one of the world’s most vibrant and diverse.
Being in lockdown can make us all feel anxious and stressed. But one of the best things for us to do is to be kind to ourselves and simply unwind.
A one-day bi-annual music festival held on Great Barrier Island on Auckland Anniversary Weekend.
Earth Beat Festival is the place where you play, learn, revitalise make new connections and return to the world grounded and inspired!
This annual award provides a vital platform to showcase the diversity of contemporary clay practices in Aotearoa.
Join other local people and make your mark in this significant ecological area.
Stop in and enjoy the wide variety of creative work from across our region.
This workshop is aimed at anyone who isn't comfortable around water and beaches, such as tourists and migrants.
Our Brain Play team will teach you about 3D printers and CAD design.
This free workshop is an opportunity for residents, community groups, businesses, and schools to make their voices heard.
Make your way to Aotea Square with your smartphone and follow the instructions to choose a digital gift that will open up in front of your eyes on the big screen.
Come and learn about an amazing animal that inspired Frida Kahlo’s artwork.