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Environment 20 Mar 2018

Help us fight avian botulism

Why feeding the ducks bread while in the water is no longer encouraged.

15 Mar 2018

Auckland Council announces contracted legal providers

Auckland Council has announced the results of an innovative legal procurement process that will reduce the council’s current external legal spend by 10 per cent to 20 per cent across key service lines.

14 Mar 2018

America's Cup in Auckland a step closer with new base option

Mayor welcomes ETNZ acknowledgement of base option.

13 Mar 2018

Auckland Council briefed on foam contamination

Firefighting foam issues in Auckland region.

Plans / Projects 13 Mar 2018

America’s Cup submission period to close

The submission period for the current notified America’s Cup resource consent applications will close tomorrow, Wednesday 14 March.

Have your say 13 Mar 2018

Thousands of Aucklanders have their say in opening weeks of consultation

About 4300 Aucklanders have provided feedback in the first week and a half of public consultation on the council’s 10-year Budget and Auckland Plan 2050.

Arts 13 Mar 2018

Meet the Studio One Toi Tū resident artist Jack Tilson

We go behind the kiln with ceramic artist Jack Tilson.

Housing 13 Mar 2018

Auckland Council takes holistic approach to Weiti

Auckland Council has announced the settlement of appeals relating to the provisions of the Unitary Plan for the Weiti Precinct, north of Long Bay.

Parks / Outdoors 13 Mar 2018

Auckland parks remain on world list

Ten Auckland parks receive the prestigious Green Flag Award.

Environment 12 Mar 2018

Eco warrior sailors assist with kiwi chick release

Volvo Ocean Race team ‘Turn the Tide on Plastic’ gets up close and personal with kiwi chicks on Motuora Island.

9 Mar 2018

Wet end to summer bolsters grass growth across Auckland

Council contractors are working hard to get on top of unseasonable grass growth.

Events500 Results

09 Oct 2022

Looking After The Loot: A Workshop For Boating And Yachting Clubs

A panel of specialists and curators for a session on how to best look after and preserve club treasures.

04 Oct 2022

APO | Ryman Healthcare Presents Baroque and Beyond: Brandenburg 5

The APO’s Andrew Beer and Chien-Chun Hung are joined by the Australian keyboard player Kristian Bezuidenhout.

15 Oct 2022

APO | Room on the Broom & Stick Man

Enjoy these heart-warming stories complete with René Aubry’s magical music score performed live.

30 Oct 2022

APO | Community Classics Central: Snow & Ice

A fun, free concert for all the whānau.

05 Oct 2022

HeritageTalks: Ulumate Project: Sacredness of Human Hair Series

A journey to make a contemporary ulu cavu wig and revive the ancient practice of Fijian wig making.

01 Oct 2022

Corban Estate Arts Centre Heritage Day

Get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the architectural details and stories at Corban Estate Arts Centre.

16 Oct 2022

Kids' Art Club – October

Children are invited to come along and get crafty.

13 Oct 2022

Heritage Festival – Gudied Walk at Pukekawa/Auckland Domain and Winter Gardens

Take a free guided walk with the Auckland Council Parks team around the Auckland Domain and historic 1920s Winter Gardens.

25 Oct 2022 - 29 Oct 2022

Another Universe

For the first time live in New Zealand, spoken word artist Miss Leading presents her solo show.

25 Oct 2022 - 29 Oct 2022

The Wedding

A Gothic-horror-comedy piece of physical theatre that will have you gasping in horror and rolling in the aisles.

03 Oct 2022 - 14 Oct 2022

Night at Auckland Museum: Glorious Greeks

A wonderful interactive experience for all ages at Auckland Museum.

14 Oct 2022

Researching the History of Your House in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland

Join our experts to discover the resources available to help you research your property!