Auckland is often quieter over summer making it a great place to relax and recharge. Here are five ways to get a bit of peace and quiet this summer in Auckland.
Catching a ferry to Rangitoto Island to explore this iconic Auckland landmark is the perfect summer day trip.
Nominations have closed for the Waitematā and Manurewa Local Board by-elections and the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Ward by-election with twelve candidates putting their hands up to fill the three vacant seats.
Boaties are being asked to clean their hulls to slow down the spread of fanworm and protect Great Barrier’s Island’s underwater world from other marine pests.
The first concrete has been poured for the CRL tunnel box in Albert Street.
Accessibility Virtual Tour helps audiences with accessibility needs.
25 May - 29 Jul
An exhibition to mark the 40th anniversary of the eviction of protestors at Bastion Point.
The first residents to call Wynyard Quarter home will begin moving in from today, marking a major milestone in the redevelopment of the waterfront location.
Bike riders are already enjoying stage two of the Nelson Street Cycleway, giving them a safe, direct route through the city centre to the viaduct.
Studio One Toi Tū has announced the five recipients of their 2017/2018 Creative Studio Residency.