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Activator mobilises Albert-Eden to take urgent action
Albert-Eden locals are invited to join the Climate Action Network to receive information about how to take climate action in your own home. Every small, easy change to live more sustainably will make a difference and contribute to the movement.
Weather updates: follow the forecast and make a plan
Keep an eye on weather forecasts and, if you live in an area prone to flooding or isolation, make sure you’ve got a plan in place.
Glendowie student wins Anzac speech award
Year 12 student Spencer Fitzpatrick has been selected by the local board to deliver his speech at St Heliers Anzac service .
Street Fest returns to Papakura
Papakura Street Fest returns on Saturday, May 6 with around 5000 visitors expected to make the most of more than 40 stalls.
How to join a conservation group
Conservation groups across Auckland are working hard to protect our native habitats, plants and animals. Make a difference in your local area - find a conservation group near you.
Focus remains on severely impacted Auckland communities
Aucklanders are being encouraged to make the most of the currently fine weather to continue with the big clean-up, ahead of more potential rain on the way.
Make a splash this summer
Take a dip, make a splash and cool off around Auckland this summer at one of our region’s beaches, splashpads and pools.
Waiheke initiatives get helping hand from board
Take a look at just a few key examples from around Waiheke that will be getting a financial boost thanks to Waiheke Local Board’s latest local and multiboard grants round.
Mayors propose consensus path forward for Three Waters
The Mayors of Aotearoa New Zealand’s two biggest cities, Auckland and Christchurch, have put forward a joint proposal to make progress on the divisive “three waters” issue and achieve consensus.
10 reasons you’ll fall in love with our city centre all over again
Aucklanders have been treated to several major transformations in the city centre in recent years. But have you seen them all? Here are some you may have missed.
Crossing will help keep temple users safe
A crossing being added to Great South Road will make access to the Sikh temple safer.
Manurewa will plant for a greener future
Annual planting plans will help ensure trees are planted where they are needed in Manurewa.
Weekend Clay Workshop
There will be demonstrations on hand building and wheel throwing throughout both days to spark an idea.
Soup Bowl workshop
Finish off your one-of-a-kind piece by carving into the clay by creating individual markings and textures.
Embroidery with Jo Dixey
Make your own tiny "woolie" using a collection of embroidery stitches.
Art in the Park
Come and see New Zealand’s national stadium transformed from a rugby fortress into a celebration of New Zealand culture.
CATS has been presented in over 30 countries, translated into 15 languages, and seen by more than 73 million people worldwide.
AUTAIA | Māori Haka Theatre
Featuring 400 tauira from six schools, Autaia is the merging of modern day theatre and traditional Māori performing arts.
Tangata Moana: Tātou tātou e
Māori and Pasifika artists from Māpura Studios share individual responses and experiences in response to the theme of social cohesion
Acupuncture Therapy Talk 针灸治疗讲座
Dr. Gina Liu presents Acupuncture talk from Good Life Chinese Medicine.
APO | The Trusts Community Foundation Opera in Concert | Die Tote Stadt
The New Zealand premiere of Die Tote Stadt will be, quite simply, one of this country’s artistic highlights of 2023.
This is an exciting Contemporary Art exhibition that showcases the dynamic and innovative works of ten contemporary artists.
Off Broadway Big Band Weekend
Music includes Glenn Miller, Sinatra, ABBA, ColdPlay and much more!