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SUSO 2020 re-shaped to keep the dream alive
Stand Up Stand Out has moved quickly to re-shape its format, aiming to help keep the music dream alive for the city’s young music talent.
Breaking new ground on zero waste
New Zealand’s first large-scale anaerobic digestion facility began construction today in Reporoa with a blessing of the land by Ngati Tahu-Ngati Whaoa.
Great Barrier inorganic collection starts this month
Items will be collected on 21-22 May on Great Barrier Island. Read to find out what items are accepted, and which date applies to you.
Total fire ban for the Auckland region
We’re now in a prohibited fire season, so all fire permits have been suspended until further notice.
Sculptor of the Week – Natalie Guy
Natalie’s Guy sculpture Karesansui makes a unique contribution to the Auckland Botanic Gardens, a celebration of the South Pacific garden.
Sculptor of the week – Jamie Pickernell
Rotorua-based artist Jamie Pickernell has won the McConnell Family Supreme Award for his Sculpture Keep, which is on display now at Sculpture in the Gardens.
Updated: Proposed Plan Change 26 - submission period extended
Proposed Plan Change 26 relates to the Special Character Areas Overlay of the Auckland Unitary Plan.
Explore Auckland with free public transport and Akl Paths
Make the most of free public transport on Sunday to explore the region with Akl Paths.
Making Auckland an age-friendly city
Auckland Council is inviting older people to share their ideas on ways to help make Auckland an age-friendly city.
Auckland’s new winter festival to ignite the senses
Save the date for Auckland’s exciting new winter festival, Elemental AKL, July 1- 31, 2019
Road safety improvements coming to Waitākere
New road safety improvements are coming to west Auckland.
Welcome to the new OurAuckland
Auckland Council's new OurAuckland website provides Aucklanders with up-to-date news, events and information.
Conservation Conversations: Backyard Conservation
We aim to bring cultures together and share conservation knowledge/experience!
Little Scientists at Mt Roskill Library
Teaching tamariki about climate change, the carbon cycle, and reducing our carbon footprints.
Hazards of Human Spaceflight to Mars: Things you need to know
Come along and discover what you need to know for spaceflight to our neighbouring planet and possibly humanity’s second home.
Low Carbon Luxe
The textile and clothing industry is one of the most impactful in the world.
Poetry Around the World
Join us to celebrate the richness and variety of poetry from different parts of the world.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi with Tangata Tiriti – EcoFest
Learn more about Te Tiriti o Waitangi with Tangata Tiriti.
Junior Ranger pest detectives
We will create our very own chew cards and pest-monitoring tunnels to take home.
Join Nee Naw the Little Fire Engine, Stink-o-saurus, Granny’s Undies, and the brand new book Dusty the Digger as Deano takes you on a hilarious comedy live-music adventure!
An Evening with Author Gloria Masters
Come and hear how Gloria navigated her own flight path to healing and how her wisdom and learnings can help others.
Movies at the Beach
Huddle up under a gorgeous autumn sky to enjoy movies on the giant screen in a magical seaside setting.
Conscious Connected Breathing - St Heliers
All welcome to this free session presented by experienced breathing coach Jefferson Chapple.
Preserving 101 Workshop
Learn about all the practical methods tutor Ellen Schindler from TinyFootprint has applied in her home.