Auckland Council’s five-year milestone is an opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the Albert-Eden Local Board during this time.
As Auckland strives to become the world’s most liveable city, one key event that continues to educate Aucklanders on topical worldwide city developments is Auckland Conversations.
A tree will soon again stand on the tihi (summit) of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill.
Manager Māori Strategy and Relations Manager, Te Waka Angamua, Johnnie Freeland, talks about the progress Māori and the council have made together over the past five years and some challenges for the future.
Test your knowledge on Chinese geography, history, culture and language.
Music theatre star Rutene Spooner returns to Cabaret Season.
This display features traditional Oriental paintings, modern art and wood craft.
Indian Ink’s newest play features contemporary New Zealand hits and a fresh take on classic tunes.
Exhibition in conversation through the use of sound, craft-based practice and hue carving.
An exhibition about Māori fairy folk, patupaiarehe (supernatural beings).
The story of Māori, Pasifika and European navigation towards Aotearoa through the eyes of a young girl, Moko.