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Community 27 Feb 2018

Our Aucklanders: Emma Takataka

Meet Auckland Council intern Emma Takataka.

Environment 23 Feb 2018

Dutch elm disease found on iconic Auckland trees

Dutch elm disease has been confirmed on elm trees in central Auckland.

Transport 19 Feb 2018

Archaeological work begins for AMETI Eastern Busway project

AMETI Eastern Busway has started pre-construction work on the Panmure to Pakuranga stage.

Plans / Projects 14 Feb 2018

New deal makes 'Wynyard hybrid' proposal a viable option for America’s Cup

The Government and Auckland Council welcome a new deal for a Wynyard hybrid option that will deliver a world class America’s Cup village on Auckland’s waterfront in 2020-21.

Mayor 13 Feb 2018

Mayor announces more resources to tackle illegal dumping

Significant new resources announced to tackle illegal dumping in Auckland.

Cycling 13 Feb 2018

Ōrākei Local Board takes on Auckland cycle challenge

Local board members have signed up to February’s Auckland Bike Challenge.

Educational 8 Feb 2018

Wordy wins and star spelling with Auckland Libraries’ holiday programme

Auckland Libraries' summer reading adventure encourages wordy win.

Beaches 2 Feb 2018

Your Safeswim questions answered

Since the launch of the Safeswim programme last November there have been a lot of questions about what it is and why we’ve done it. Here are answers to the most common questions.

Environment 1 Feb 2018

Aerial survey looks for kauri dieback in north Auckland

Auckland Council has carried out an extensive aerial survey of kauri forests in Rodney and North Shore to look for evidence of kauri dieback disease.

Environment 30 Jan 2018

A sustainable Auckland on mayor's agenda

Beach pollution and the king tide and storm surge in January are reminders of the challenges we need to confront

Environment 30 Jan 2018

6 ancient forests to explore in Auckland

Explore Auckland's urban forests.

Events500 Results

04 Oct 2022

Historic Auckland: Waterfront Walking Tour

Explore the history and archaeology of Tāmaki Makaurau's waterfront on a guided walk.

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.