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Community 22 Oct 2019

Ngāti Tamaoho Trust welcomed home in Papakura

The Ngāti Tamaoho Trust has moved into offices at Hingaia, a move Bill Cashmore says is like welcoming an old friend home.

Cultural 15 Oct 2019

Tuia 250 ki Tāmaki Makaurau Diary

Check out all of the events taking place over Labour Weekend, 25 - 28 October.

Cultural 15 Oct 2019

World-class visitor boardwalk coming to Maungawhau / Mt Eden

Construction of a new crater-rim boardwalk starts mid-November.

Cultural 11 Oct 2019

Council programme to improve marae conditions

Six marae in Franklin and Papakura will benefit from Auckland Council's Marae Infrastructure Programme.

Heritage 11 Oct 2019

Te reo Māori names approved for Papakura parks

Parks across Papakura could be gifted a name to reflect Māori heritage in public places if they are accepted by mana whenua.

Arts 9 Oct 2019

Step into heritage with our city public art trail

Discover Auckland's artistic heritage with our free art trail.

Cultural 4 Oct 2019

Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival to return in January 2020

The story of Tāmaki Makaurau and the waka that sailed here will take centre stage in January 2020 when the region celebrates its Māori heritage through the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival.

Heritage 3 Oct 2019

Auckland Heritage Festival Diary - Music and Film

Explore some of the highlights for music and film lovers from the 2019 Auckland Heritage Festival.

Events110 Results

16 Aug 2022

Piringatahi | Special Collections Up Close: A Volume of Voices

Uncover Auckland through the sound and oral history collections with Principal Oral History Advisor Sue Berman.

16 Aug 2022

Same Same But Different Pride Poetry Speakeasy

An evening of rainbow poets and poetry at Studio One Toi Tū.

16 Aug 2022

Whiti Hereaka in Conversation

Explore the relevance, importance and excitement of Māori mythology for today's world.

16 Aug 2022 - 03 Sep 2022

Dawn Raids

Pasifika theatre collective Pacific Underground revisits Dawn Raids 25 years on.

17 Aug 2022

It Takes a Village: How Reading and Storytelling Sets Your Whānau Up for Success

Talking, reading and singing with your tamariki leads to successful lifelong outcomes for the whole whānau.

17 Aug 2022

It’s Not All Online: Where Else Can I Look? – Shauna Hicks

This talk is a reminder that not everything is online.

17 Aug 2022

Kia Mau – Pēpeha Workshop

Join one of our wonderful kaimahi who will be facilitating this online space for you.

17 Aug 2022

Kia Rongo – Waiata Workshop

Join us in learning a waiata online.