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).
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.
Polar bear cub missing
We're upset to report that one of the cubs in Aotea Square is missing.
Watch: Rainbows in Manukau carpark
Public art has transformed the stairwells of the Ronwood Ave Carpark, Manukau, into places of fun and bright colour.
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.
Precious cargo lands safely on Queens Wharf
The shell of ‘The Lighthouse’ by Michael Parekowhai was lifted into position on Queens Wharf.
The story behind a well-known sculpture
Watch a video about the history of 'Opened Stone', which once stood outside the city's art gallery.
Auckland’s virtual reality evolution
Enter the ‘virtual reality evolution’. It’s here, it’s growing and it’s going to be powerful.
Hafdis’s paintings highlight the striking similarities between Iceland and New Zealand.
Rita Angus: New Zealand Modernist | He Ringatoi Hou o Aotearoa
The works on display span Angus’s life and career as an artist, drawing out the themes of pacifism, feminism and nature, which shaped much of her work.
De la milpa a la mesa
In this vibrant, colourful and interactive space, meet farmers, scientists, vendors, home cooks and acclaimed chefs across Mexico.
GAP [黄馨贤박성환 嫦潔] FILLER
Cindy Huang, Sung Hwan Bobby Park and Ruby White share hands parched from clay, using ceramic as a means for narration, negotiation and navigation.
Exhibition: Cirque du Killing PRESENTS: ‘Appetiser’
The Killing is a collective of emerging artists based in Aotearoa and Australia.
Light from Tate: 1700s to Now
This exhibition features more than 70 artworks by celebrated artists across the globe from the 18th century to the present day.
This exhibition shares photographs, correspondence, and stories about how these pukapuka came into being.
Kei whea te Aute
The exhibition pays tribute to the acclaimed Mōteatea (Māori lament or chant) continuing their legacy as a Wawata in exhibition form.