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Development 22 Sep 2016

Northwestern motorway a shining light for iwi artwork

Artistic lighting has been switched on this week across the new Te Atatu Road pedestrian overbridge.

Arts 7 Sep 2016

Kererū watches over Papakura treasures in new mural

The native kererū or wood pigeon proudly adorns the Papakura Art Gallery in a new mural by artists Charles and Janine Williams.

Arts 1 Sep 2016

Watch: Auckland's top teen singers

Irene Folau of Aorere College was judged the winner of the hotly contested solo vocal category at Friday night’s final of Stand Up, Stand Out 2016 (SUSO).

Walkways 30 Aug 2016

Wairau Valley wetland and shared path open

A $2.2m council project delivering an improved wetland area, park space and sustainable transport links in Wairau was opened to the public.

Community 22 Aug 2016

Polar bear cub missing

We're upset to report that one of the cubs in Aotea Square is missing.

Arts 17 Aug 2016

Watch: Rainbows in Manukau carpark

Public art has transformed the stairwells of the Ronwood Ave Carpark, Manukau, into places of fun and bright colour.

Arts 29 Jul 2016

Explore our digital museum

Auckland Museum's Collections Online lets you search more than a million catalogue records from the natural sciences, human history and documentary heritage collections.

Arts 27 Jul 2016

Precious cargo lands safely on Queens Wharf

The shell of ‘The Lighthouse’ by Michael Parekowhai was lifted into position on Queens Wharf.

Events114 Results

25 Jun 2022 - 02 Jul 2022

Creative Carving Expressions

Free community wananga workshops at Te Hana Te Ao Marama Marae, Cultural Centre & Historic Village.

03 Jul 2022

Bach Musica NZ: Handel Samson

Handel composed Samson immediately after Messiah in 1741. It proved an instant success and has never fallen out of favour since then. 

03 Jul 2022

Jade String Quartet

An exciting programme of music from Eastern Europe and New Zealand. 

05 Jul 2022 - 09 Jul 2022

Erotica by the Fire

Featuring a rotating cast of celebrity ghouls, this show is one part Drunk History, one part My Dad Wrote A Porno.

05 Jul 2022 - 09 Jul 2022

Hysterical

Hysterical celebrates the multitudes of women and will leave you feeling empowered and alive.

05 Jul 2022 - 30 Jul 2022

Long Day’s Journey into Night

A powerhouse company of artists dive deep into a theatrical masterpiece.

06 Jul 2022 - 24 Jul 2022

Plumb Theatre presents Collected Stories by Donald Margulies

Collected Stories explores the complicated relationship between mentor and protégé. 

07 Jul 2022

Bayleys Great Classics: Verdi's Requiem

The Requiem is ‘Verdi’s genius at its most concentrated’.