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Parks / Outdoors 9 May 2019

Upgrades to make Keith Hay Park car parks safer

Busy public car parks on Richardson Road and Noton Road are being renewed to improve safety and make them easier to move through.

Playgrounds 8 May 2019

Māra Hūpara – ancient innovation in play, learning and exercise

A new space at Oakley Creek brings together ancient Māori play artefacts into a single space to create a traditional Māori playground.

Arts 7 May 2019

Waiheke Art Gallery will be open during repairs

Repairs taking place between May 8 and July 12 at the Waiheke Community Art Gallery will not affect shows scheduled there.

6 May 2019

New programme funds local events in Albert-Eden

The new Albert-Eden events broker programme provides funding to people who have great ideas for small local events.

Arts 6 May 2019

Funding announced for stories, dance and Auckland’s creative arts

Auckland Council's Community Development and Safety Committee approves $324,538 for regional arts and culture at its April meeting.

Parks / Outdoors 6 May 2019

Boy Walking public artwork coming to Potters Park

Potters Park will be home to a new work of public art from June, created by New Zealand-born artist Ronnie van Hout.

Community 3 May 2019

Auckland - is it the best place for Pasifika to live?

A recent debate provided a forum to discuss issues of importance to Pacific communities, including housing, civic participation and belonging.

14-24 year olds 2 May 2019

Papakura among Auckland's millennial hot spots

Research from the Real Estate Institute has named Papakura one of the better places in Auckland for millennials to live.

Plans / Projects 1 May 2019

Sale agreed for Graham Street offices

Auckland Council has agreed to enter into a conditional contract for the sale of its offices at 35 Graham Street, Auckland.

Plans / Projects 30 Apr 2019

New approach to Māori decision making for west Auckland boards

The 'Waitākere going forward' action plan has been developed in response to the aspirations of west Auckland Māori.

Environment 29 Apr 2019

Waitākere Ranges Local Board approves closures of local tracks

Thirteen local tracks in the Waitākere Ranges are set to be temporarily closed to prevent the spread of kauri dieback.

Love Local 26 Apr 2019

Home away from home for new Howick residents

For 17 years the Pakuranga Chinese Association has been a lifeline for the increasing number migrants that have made Howick and the surrounding areas home.