Crossing will help keep temple users safe
A crossing being added to Great South Road will make access to the Sikh temple safer.
Supporting our vibrant arts and culture sector
Auckland Council’s Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee has approved 28 applications for grants totalling $422,546 through round one of the 2022/2023 Regional Arts and Culture grants programme.
Manurewa kapa haka group to travel to Italy
A group of young Manurewa residents have been awarded local board funding to help them travel to Italy for a cultural festival.
Celebrate Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau
Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland Council) is participating in the celebrations of the Māori language and wants to encourage all Aucklanders to join in.
Preserving heritage for the future
A programme of work to strengthen the Studio One Toi Tū buildings is set to get underway in October.
Music helps te reo thrive in Tāmaki Makaurau
Te reo champion Stacey Morrison celebrates embracing Māori language through music and waiata in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Pararekau concept plan approved
A concept plan for Pararekau Island includes paths with extensive harbour views.
Learn Chinese Language and Culture
Participants will learn the language and culture in an enjoyable and relaxed environment.
Creative Market at Nathan Homestead Pukepuke
Join us in celebrating and supporting our local creatives as you shop for unique pieces lovingly made for you to enjoy.
Exhibition Closing: Papakura Now
Meet the talented artist's Jun Angeles, Keciano and Zena Nisha, and enjoy delicious kai.
June Saturday Gallery Club: Pukapuka Whakawhetai
Children will design their own visual Pukapuka Whakawhetai.
Learn to speak Chinese
Join us for an interactive session to learn to speak basic Mandarin Chinese.
Pacific Dance OnScreen
Come with friends and whānau to enjoy a selection of films in one place and be swept up in the rhythms of the Pacific Dance Festival.
Kōrero mai - Kōrero atu
A space to share kōrero of all levels of Te Reo Māori.
Resistance - Ans Westra
Ans Westra pioneered documentary photography and was one of the first women to work in this area in Aotearoa.