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Calls for audit of infrastructure following storm devastation
Auckland’s infrastructure requires an urgent audit to assess its ability to cope with extreme weather events in the context of climate change and increased intensification, according to Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Te reo Māori names adopted for Whau parks
Twenty six additional parks in Whau will now carry dual Māori / English names. The names were formally adopted at Whau Local Board’s recent business meeting.
Auckland Mayor reveals plan to reduce road cones, road closures
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown is calling for AT to work with Waka Kotahi, and utility companies, to explore how the region’s temporary traffic management can be improved quickly, in ways that increase efficiency safely.
Auckland Mayor delivers on promise to improve bus reliability
Mayor Wayne Brown is pleased to announce that Auckland Transport is rolling out one of his election promises, new technology that will give buses priority across three key Auckland road corridors.
10 outdoor activities to make the most of your local green space
Whether it's mindful meditation or fun family games, here are some great outdoor activities to try at your local park.
Three ways to experience different cultures in Auckland
Check out these great ways to experience Auckland's incredible cultural diversity across the region.
Aotea community's feedback needed
Aotea / Great Barrier residents from the southwest of the island are being urged to attend a community barbecue in the park to discuss Auckland Council’s proposed Annual Budget and plans to address a $295 million budget gap, including cuts to operating costs for local boards.
Chill Zone at Come Fly a Kite makes event more welcoming to all kids
If your child feels overwhelmed by big crowds or loud noises, don't let it stop you from bringing them to the popular annual Come Fly a Kite event in Te Atatu Peninsula.
Aucklanders asked to provide their flood images to support future storm responses
Auckland Council has launched flooded.co.nz as a secure and private crowdsourcing portal to collect photos, videos, stories and location details of the flooding Aucklanders experienced or witnessed during the unprecedented storms earlier this year.
Local board adopts name for Scott Point park
Te Kori Scott Point is the official name for Scott Point Sustainable Sports Park adopted by Upper Harbour Local Board in February.
Local grants help make a difference
Local grants are provided to help groups achieve objectives that align with the local board’s plans and overall aims for its community.
Aucklanders reminded to keep waterways on private property maintained
More than 80 per cent of the waterways in Auckland flow through private property and must be maintained by the landowner.
Sunrise Yoga at the Museum
Celebrate this balance of day and night by balancing your body and mind in our limited yoga and meditation series.
An Evening with Michael Pollan
Uncover the surprising history of our food and the complex and concerning systems we use to get from farm to table.
This musical has had a profound impact on culture, politics and education.
Collecting Captains: A Cast of Curious Characters
Join Otago Museum's Honorary Curator, History of Science, Rosi Crane, as she shares some of her extensive research into these collecting captains.
O le fogava'a e tasi - One Family
In celebration of Pasifika month, indigenous knowledge in its many forms are celebrated.
The need of increased diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace talk
Come and listen to Meng Foon, NZ's Race Relations Commissioner.
Enjoy watching a Sunday movie at the East Coast Bays Library.
Tuna (Eel) Stick Puppets Workshop
Make your own Tuna (Eel) Stick Puppet and contribute to our long, giant Library Eel.
Waiheke Library Wednesday Book Club
Join our book club to open up a world of discovery.
Waiheke Library Sunday Book Club
A fun way to enjoy books and meet new people on Waiheke Island.
图书馆中文故事会 Mandarin Mat Time
Join us at Whangaparaoa Library for stories and songs in Mandarin