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Dogs 1 Feb 2019

Adorable adoptables from Auckland animal shelters

Meet some of the adorable animals in Auckland’s animal shelters looking for their forever homes.

Pools 31 Jan 2019

Top Auckland pools to get you cool

Get together at these Auckland pools and make the most of summer.

Beaches 30 Jan 2019

Kawakawa pontoons back in action

The Kawakawa Bay Boating Club ramp is fully back in action after damaged caused in last year's storms.

Arts 29 Jan 2019

Four billboards outside Henderson train station, Auckland

Henderson-Massey Local Board has teamed up with six organisations to breathe life into unused billboards.

Community 29 Jan 2019

Nominations open for Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Volunteer Awards

Celebrate your community's unsung heroes by nominating them for a Community Volunteer Award.

Arts 29 Jan 2019

Art meets science: let’s make rainbows

Now our children can make rainbows when the sun shines, thanks to the creativity of artists and scientists working together.

Mayor 25 Jan 2019

AMETI busway construction contract signed

A $100 million contract has been signed for part of the AMETI Eastern Busway between Panmure and Pakuranga.

Sports / Leisure 25 Jan 2019

Grant applications open to get Aucklanders active

Apply now for an Auckland Council’s Regional Sport and Recreation Grant.

Community 25 Jan 2019

Beach Haven Primary School receives generous makeover

National programme provides equipment and makeover.

Transport 22 Jan 2019

Waterfront trams to ride again

The historic Wynyard Quarter tramline will have its original 1.5km route reinstated until 2021.

Sports / Leisure 17 Jan 2019

Make the most of your park visit

Safety tips to help you make the most of your park visit.

Community 17 Jan 2019

Auckland Council strides with Pride

Auckland has come a long way in celebrating the rainbow community, and Auckland Council is proud to be leading the way.

Events500 Results

01 Oct 2022 - 15 Oct 2022

Discover Symonds Street Cemetery

Take a guided walk and learn about the Auckland’s oldest cemetery.

05 Oct 2022 - 12 Oct 2022

Symonds St Cemetery: Kids Trail

Children can take a tour through the hidden gardens of Symonds Street Cemetery and learn about the fascinating stories of the past. 

09 Oct 2022

Karangahape: My Village

Join Samoan historian Sofi Pua on this entertaining free walking tour along Karangahape Road.

04 Oct 2022

K' Road presents: Red-light History

Learn about the history and culture of K Road.

07 Oct 2022 - 09 Oct 2022

Outlier Festival 2022

Outlier Festival presents three days of genre-spanning music reflecting the diversity of Aotearoa’s experimental electronic music scene.

05 Oct 2022 - 14 Oct 2022

Harbour Hockey and Youthtown Sports Holiday Programme

Each day will feature morning and afternoon hockey sessions that are broken into age/skills appropriate groups.

04 Oct 2022 - 22 Oct 2022

Through the Lens of a Quirky Imagination- A Phantasmagorical View of Pandemic Life Exhibition by Kathy Servian

Through the Lens of a Quirky Imagination- A Phantasmagorical View of Pandemic Life is a personal reflection on nearly three years living with COVID-19.

30 Oct 2022 - 13 Nov 2022

Polish Children in NZ Exhibition

Discover the Polish children’s arrival and early life in wartime New Zealand in this photographic exhibition.

07 Oct 2022 - 08 Oct 2022

What They Said

What They Said unites The New Zealand Dance Company (NZDC) with celebrated Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd for her first work made on a New Zealand company. 

01 Oct 2022 - 16 Oct 2022

Holiday Fun with the Unbelievable School Holiday Programme at Waiheke Library

Join us on an epic mission to explore Waiheke’s mysterious history.

11 Oct 2022

Mr Yipadee Live at New Lynn Library

Join us for an entertaining afternoon of musical storytelling fun. This is a free event for all tamariki and whānau to come along to.

06 Oct 2022

The Corban Family Legacy

Join us in the beautiful Old St Michael's Church on the grounds of Corban Estate to hear Sharon Alexander, daughter of the late Assid and Miriam Corban, talk about the lasting l...