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Auckland 2019: what’s on, what’s new and what you need to do!
The event lineup for Auckland in 2019 has something for everyone.
Waiuku art installation removed due to vandalism
A public sculpture by Waiuku artist Jae Kang has been damaged so badly that it has had to be removed.
Board approves draft speed bylaw for consultation
New speed limit plans aim to save dozens of lives and prevent hundreds of injuries on Auckland's roads.
Second Ōtara Sports Awards honours local success
The awards celebrated the success of local sports people, coaches and administrators.
Iconic heritage boat on the move ahead of America’s Cup
An 83-year-old steam tugboat previously based in the Viaduct Harbour has a new home on Auckland’s waterfront so construction for the 36th America’s Cup race can begin.
Avondale to Waterview walkway now open
A new shared path that connects Avondale and Waterview has been officially opened.
Council confirms funding for America’s Cup infrastructure
Auckland Council has agreed to provide a further $14.5 million to complete the America’s Cup infrastructure.
No time to be casual about pool safety
Chantal Kerlin shares her story to encourage parents to educate themselves about pool safety.
Kumeū Arts Centre expands into new eco pod
After years of occupying an old works depot shed, the centre is expanding into a sustainable building.
Safeswim returns to Auckland with new swimming spots
Auckland Council’s Safeswim website is ready for summer, highlighting water quality around the region.
Snow in the Park nominated for top national award
Snow in the Park has been nominated for Best Local Government Event at the 2018 NZ Event Awards.
Share projects and patterns with other crocheters in the community.
FREE Everyday English Course
Improve your English Communication, Listening and Writing skills.
Tamariki Time at Devonport Library
Come and join us for our Tamariki sessions at Devonport Library!
Professor Brian Greene – The Twilight of Time: A Cosmic Journey to Eternity
A reminder that the vastness of our universe cares little for human beings, so it’s up to us to take charge of our destiny.
Michael McIntyre - Jet-lagged and Jolly
See Michael McIntyre being jet-lagged and jolly in 2023!
Nature Play - Myers Park
Barefooted believes in having a sole connection with our planet and for people to recognise our role in protecting it.
NGĀ TANGATA MANU, TANIA MAE MILLER
This installation includes a large variety of figurative Manu and Tangata Manu made from harakeke, muka, and kiekie.
Large Scale Eco Drawing
Learn how to prepare your chosen working surfaces, including canvas, recycled cotton sheets and large card off-cuts.
Auckland Theatre Company presentsSwitzerlandby Joanna Murray-Smith A pitch-perfect thriller, underpinned with cunning twists and a knockout performance by the great Sarah Peirse...
Bike Maintenance Workshops
Free course on how to fix the mechanics of your bike.