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Each year in Auckland, there is a seasonal spike in the amount of waste and recyclables produced between December and February. In January 2019, we created 17 per cent more recyclable materials and generated 9 per cent more rubbish than on an average month.
The earliest New Zealand land weather records and a 1900s photographic collection have been recognised as being of national significance.
Auckland Council submission supports Kāinga Ora, the government’s new agency for urban development, but is asking the Government to consider changes to some of its proposed powers.
Applications for this year’s Regional Historic Heritage Grant funding round open on 9 March 2020
A new pedestrian bridge which doubles as a piece of public art is set to be opened on Thursday in Ōtara.
Glen Innes's new bike hub follows two similar hubs in West Auckland all devoted to helping get more people cycling.
Teau Aiturau, founder of Time To Thrive – To Stay Alive, a cycling-focused charitable trust, shares his story and a few of his favourite south Auckland spots.
Join us to watch "Josee, the Tiger and the Fish", a Japanese Film.
Join us for fun in this school holiday.
Exciting school holiday programmes for the kids at Takapuna Library.
Come and listen to Mark Wallbank who is a paranormal investigator.
Kids can take part in different activities during their school holiday.
Soulful Journey takes a deep dive into the depths of India through the camera lens of award-winning photographer Parmeet Sahni.
A professional heritage researcher, Lisa Truttman, will share her latest research findings.
Take part in exciting events this school holiday.
Hear about the settlement of the land by Māori as well as the use by New Zealand armed forces during the second world war.
An exhibition of early photographs from Auckland Heritage Collections at Māngere Town Centre Library.