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14-24 year olds 8 Mar 2022

Rangatahi join boards on Tuia project

When Auckland’s five southern local boards looked to appoint someone to the 2022 Tuia programme, the quality of the applicants was so high one board selected two young people.

14-24 year olds 9 Dec 2021

Franklin announces partnership funding

Franklin Local Board has announced strategic partnership funding for groups across the area.

Cultural 2 Nov 2021

Heritage shelter repurposed to promote te taiao

The Tāmaki Makaurau Mana Whenua Forum and Auckland Council are partnering together to give a Category B heritage shelter a new purpose through promoting te taiao (the natural environment) and providing environmental education.

Parks / Outdoors 28 Oct 2021

Māori names and stories to be restored in parks across Devonport-Takapuna

Te reo Māori will be showcased in some local parks with mana whenua invited to provide names and stories reflecting the area’s rich Māori history.

Cultural 19 Oct 2021

Auckland’s Diwali celebrations underway

Diwali celebrations kicked off over the weekend, with the start of Auckland Diwali Festival’s 20 days of celebration in the lead up to Diwali, officially observed on 4 November this year.

14-24 year olds 4 Oct 2021

James Cook High next stop for Shot Cuzz bus

Shot Cuzz the vaccination bus rolls into James Cook High School in Manurewa on Monday and Tuesday.

Community 29 Sep 2021

COVID-19 jab comes with pie and kai in Papakura

Companies are rallying to help with the drive to lift vaccination rates in southern Auckland.

Events52 Results

10 Jun 2022 - 23 Oct 2022

Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes

An exhibition from the British Museum’s world-renowned collection from the Ancient Greek world.

11 Jun 2022

Philippine Independence Day Celebration

Including exhibits, food stalls, craft, hobby plants, fashion/clothing, a dance presentation and much more.

12 Jun 2022 - 16 Jul 2022

One Billion Stars to End Violence

Visit to the Homestead Galleries throughout the Matariki season and weave a star.

15 Jun 2022 - 16 Jun 2022

Toi Te Kupu: Whakaahuatanga

This event aims to celebrate and showcase the transformative power of mātauranga Māori.

16 Jun 2022 - 03 Jul 2022

Mrs Krishnan's Party

People just can’t get enough of this smart, funny show.

17 Jun 2022

Matariki Māori Makete

A free market in celebration of Matariki.

21 Jun 2022 - 03 Jul 2022

Scenes from a Yellow Peril

An uncomfortable, playful and enlightening provocation on racism and privilege in Aotearoa.

21 Jun 2022 - 16 Jul 2022

Celebrating Matariki at the Village

Come to Howick Historical Village to celebrate Matariki.