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Updated | Others join council to brief incoming government on need to ban private sale of fireworks.
Vector Lights for Tuia 250 will pay tribute to the city’s long, rich and courageous voyaging history with a bespoke light show on Auckland Harbour Bridge.
Tokyo-based performance troupe Hatenkohro is bringing their lively musical ensemble to Auckland’s city centre on Wednesday 19 February.
Vector Lights returns this festive season with a spectacular light interpretation of the 12 days of a Kiwi Christmas.
A desire to eliminate the growing environmental and financial waste in New Zealand’s healthcare sector led young engineer, Oliver Hunt, to start Medsalv.
Christchurch-based company, Medsalv, took out the Auckland Council-sponsored Going Circular Award for 2019 at the NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards last night, from a field of 10 finalists.
A new specification has launched which aims to reduce construction and demolition waste going to landfills.
WMIF recipient CivilShare is making a dent in construction waste going to landfill.
Auckland Council’s summer waste barge service is returning to Waiheke Island to help boaties dispose of their waste and keep Auckland's Waitematā Harbour beautiful.
The Art House Tour provides attendees with a gallery viewing experience in some of Auckland’s most beautiful homes.
A great opportunity to view a wide range of artworks and also to see what others have created.
Learn about colour, composition and Art History as you create your own work fit for a salon hang.
This workshop is aimed at anyone who isn't comfortable around water and beaches, such as tourists and migrants.
Celebrate Mental Health Awareness week with free mindful art activities.
The greatest predator that ever lived is at Auckland Museum.
An exhibition from the British Museum’s world-renowned collection from the Ancient Greek world.
Pick up this great big activity trail sheet and discover cool stories about the ancient Greek world.
This exhibition centres around concepts of reflection, belonging and self-observation.