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City Centre Waterfront 28 Feb 2020

Orange road cones show Auckland is getting stuff done

Councillor Pippa Coom writes about the progress being made on the things that matter to Aucklanders.

Transport 28 Feb 2020

Manurewa traffic calming makes children safer

Manurewa Local Board and Auckland Transport are partners in the biggest traffic safety project in the city.

27 Feb 2020

Auckland Council Chief Executive update

Patricia Reade will be Acting Chief Executive when Stephen Town departs in June.

26 Feb 2020

Panel appointed to review Auckland’s CCOs

Auckland Council has announced the three independent members of the CCO review panel

26 Feb 2020

Aucklanders urged to have their say on regional and local priorities

Aucklanders can have their say on the city’s proposed 2020/2021 annual budget

Walkways 26 Feb 2020

New Awataha greenway to connect Northcote community

Te Ara Awataha, Northcote’s new greenway, is a 1.5km network of existing and new reserves that will run through the Northcote neighbourhood, connecting the town centre, schools and homes.

Waste 25 Feb 2020

Become a hydration hero with Auckland Council

Refill NZ has teamed up with Wai Auckland establish a network of more than 1000 water stations across the region by mid-2021.

Community 21 Feb 2020

Events in Auckland pick up the PACE!

The council's Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee allocates Regional Events Funding

Community 21 Feb 2020

Community Development Grants support Auckland’s thriving communities

Auckland Council's Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee allocates Regional Community Development Funding.

Arts 20 Feb 2020

Arts coordinator role funded for Waiheke

Waiheke Local Board has given funding to community arts group Kāhui Creative Waiheke to establish a community-led arts coordinator role on the island.

Environment 19 Feb 2020

Auckland Council reduces water usage

In line with water conservation efforts across the region, Auckland Council is exploring ways to reduce use of water at its facilities across the region to make savings where savings are possible.

Waste 18 Feb 2020

How we manage Auckland's holiday waste

The Auckland region sees around 50 million waste collections per year, and the busy summer holidays are no exception.

Events500 Results

13 Aug 2022 - 29 Sep 2022

Shelter in Place: An Exhibition by Celia Walker

This exhibition maps personal journeys around the cultural landscape of Devonport.

19 Aug 2022 - 20 Nov 2022

ArtLab – Zinging Rhythms: Texture and Pattern

Explore with your fingers and eyes to immerse yourself in a world of textures and patterns.

25 Sep 2022 - 11 Dec 2022

Auckland Town Hall Tours

The return of the Auckland Town Hall Tours, offering a remarkable experience of the historic building.

10 Sep 2022 - 10 Dec 2022

Volunteering and Learning Series: Te Ara Awataha

Transform a once neglected urban stream area into an abundant and biodiverse natural reserve.

26 Sep 2022

Creative Talk: Matthew Diesch

Matthew will talk about intimacy coordination and how it is used in the arts.

09 Sep 2022 - 02 Dec 2022

Five Animal Play (Wu Qin Xi)

This exercise enhances your agility, improves your balance and reduces the risk of falling and fractures.

06 Sep 2022 - 27 Dec 2022

Twilight Tuesdays: Museum Late Night

Take in the relaxed atmosphere as Auckland Museum is open late every Tuesday evening.

25 Sep 2022 - 13 Nov 2022

Ava Seymour: I'm Here For The Butterflies & Story Of Love

Ranging from collage to moving-image installations and explore gaze, gesture, repetition and rhythm. 

02 Sep 2022 - 30 Sep 2022

The Blue Stories Project: Sharing Journeys Out of Perinatal Depression

Come along and connect with these storytellers and the stories that so often remain untold.

27 Sep 2022 - 07 Oct 2022

Da Vinci Talk 2022

A free art exhibition that aims to articulate the thoughts of young Chinese artists to New Zealand audiences.

06 Sep 2022 - 29 Sep 2022

September Composting Workshops

Learn how to compost with compost bins, bokashi bins and worm farms.

27 Sep 2022

Paraphernalia of Victorian Gentility: Books, Tea and Vases / A Mackelvie Society Lecture

Hear the stories behind some of the object d’art desired and prized by Victorians from the Mackelvie collection.