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Each year in Auckland, there is a seasonal spike in the amount of waste and recyclables produced between December and February. In January 2019, we created 17 per cent more recyclable materials and generated 9 per cent more rubbish than on an average month.
The earliest New Zealand land weather records and a 1900s photographic collection have been recognised as being of national significance.
Auckland Council submission supports Kāinga Ora, the government’s new agency for urban development, but is asking the Government to consider changes to some of its proposed powers.
Applications for this year’s Regional Historic Heritage Grant funding round open on 9 March 2020
A new pedestrian bridge which doubles as a piece of public art is set to be opened on Thursday in Ōtara.
Glen Innes's new bike hub follows two similar hubs in West Auckland all devoted to helping get more people cycling.
Teau Aiturau, founder of Time To Thrive – To Stay Alive, a cycling-focused charitable trust, shares his story and a few of his favourite south Auckland spots.
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.