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West Auckland and Puketāpapa locals with great business ideas can now get practical tips and real-world mentoring from the PopUp Business School Aotearoa.
Regional Facilities Auckland is pleased to announce the appointment of Kirsten Paisley as Director of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
Find out how a group of Aucklanders are making their community better through their efforts to make Howick pest-free.
Meet Andrew Hayton, Auckland's Harbourmaster, in our last profile of people working in, on and around water in Auckland.
Auckland Council's Community Development and Safety Committee allocates $192,000 to 17 organisations for a wide-range of regional events.
Learn about the varied work of our dam technicians as we profile the people who work with Auckland's water - from the ranges to the sea.
The third in a series of profiles of people working in, on and for Auckland's water - with Watercare Senior Project Engineer Paula Steinmetz.
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).
A low-impact exercise aimed at over 60, 70, and 80-year-olds. Make new friends, and have fun!
You'll experience many emotions and leave wanting to make the world better for LQBTQIA+ people.