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Making Auckland an age-friendly city
Auckland Council is inviting older people to share their ideas on ways to help make Auckland an age-friendly city.
Auckland’s new winter festival to ignite the senses
Save the date for Auckland’s exciting new winter festival, Elemental AKL, July 1- 31, 2019
Road safety improvements coming to Waitākere
New road safety improvements are coming to west Auckland.
Welcome to the new OurAuckland
Auckland Council's new OurAuckland website provides Aucklanders with up-to-date news, events and information.
Spotlight on our neighbourhoods – Devonport-Takapuna
Stunning coastlines, a fresh water lake, historic military tunnels, community arts theatres and galleries, and a friendly library cat are just some of the things that make Devonport-Takapuna a unique and treasured part of Auckland.
Lightpath to get a coat of sunscreen
Auckland's Lightpath cycleway will get its own special sunscreen application next month, which will help protect it from the elements and make its colour even more vibrant.
Spotlight on our neighbourhoods – Ōrākei
Beautiful beaches, a bustling waterfront and rich local heritage are a few of the features that make the Ōrākei Local Board area a popular destination.
What I love about ... Waiuku
OurAuckland is sitting down with Aucklanders to find out what they love about where they live. In this interview, Tony Ogilvie tells us what makes Waiuku so special.
Changes approved for north and west commercial cardboard collection
The move will make recycling collection consistent across the region.
Auckland Unitary Plan update
Limited rights of appeal against Auckland Council’s decision to accept the recommendations made by the Independent Hearings Panel on Redhills Precinct are now available.
What does your street's name mean?
Auckland Libraries’ database of Auckland City Street Names gathers verified information (where available) on the origins of names, dates of formation and name changes for streets in the former Auckland City Council area.
Council proactively investigating ACP cladding
Auckland Council has worked to identify buildings around the region that use aluminium composite panels in their construction.
Junior Art at Nathan Homestead
Explore the wonders of art and enjoy crafting and creating with paint, print, sculpture, collage and more.
The tutor will recommend tips for correcting the shape and will help make your drawings look true to life.
Eskdale Restoration Champions with Kaipātiki Project
Become a champion for our environment and make a real difference in preserving this beautiful ecological area.
The Reading Revolution
Meet new people, make new friends & get more out of your reading.
Tara McLeod: About type exhibition
The works on display show Tara’s collaborations with Aotearoa-based poets and artists and include his ideas about typography, letterforms, art, life, and book design.
Adventures in Abstract
Enjoy exploring abstract painting concepts and techniques in this long-running term class with James, utilising acrylic paints, gels and additives.
Artists on Artists Exhibition
Like links in a chain, follow the artworks around the exhibition to see how each artist has painted, photographed, and created another artist's work.
Clay Culture at Nathan Homestead
Participants will learn to use a range of building techniques, increasing their knowledge in working with clay and honing skills to make beautiful ceramics.
Baby Expo - November
Gain expert, up-to-date advice from our diverse range of exhibitors and experiment with products and services to find what best suits your needs.
Africa Month 2023
Celebrate the cultural heritage of Africans and Black people in Aotearoa.
Tea & Tales
Join library staff as we read stories, watch movie clips, listen to podcast episodes and chat about them.
Resistance - Ans Westra
Ans Westra pioneered documentary photography and was one of the first women to work in this area in Aotearoa.