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Business / Economy 30 Nov 2015

Council cadets: In pursuit of excellence

Hinewairere Warren stepped straight out of school and into a role in the mayor’s office.

Business / Economy 30 Nov 2015

Improving Māori economy benefits all

An asset base of $23 billion means Auckland Māori entities and businesses hold over half of the national Māori economy’s asset base.

Arts 24 Nov 2015

Five years of progress in Ōtara-Papatoetoe

With Auckland Council recently reaching its fifth anniversary, we take a closer look at the local progress in Ōtara, Manukau and Papatoetoe.

Business / Economy 24 Nov 2015

Big ideas take out DigMyIdea

Some big digital ideas stood out from the pack to win the first DigMyIdea Māori Innovation Challenge, announced in Auckland over the weekend of 21 and 22 November.

Arts 24 Nov 2015

Albert-Eden Local Board reflects on five years of achievements

Auckland Council’s five-year milestone is an opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the Albert-Eden Local Board during this time.

Cultural 24 Nov 2015

Five Years as a united Auckland: Auckland Conversations educate and inspire

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.

Environment 17 Nov 2015

Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill planting symbol of new Auckland

A tree will soon again stand on the tihi (summit) of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill.

Community 2 Nov 2015

Five years as a united Auckland – Part 4: Embracing our commitment to Māori

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.

Events120 Results

25 Sep 2022 - 01 Oct 2022

Chinese Language Week Online Quiz

Test your knowledge on Chinese geography, history, culture and language.

24 Sep 2022 - 25 Sep 2022

Thoroughly Modern Māui

Music theatre star Rutene Spooner returns to Cabaret Season.

24 Sep 2022 - 07 Oct 2022

Three Views Korean Art Exhibition

This display features traditional Oriental paintings, modern art and wood craft.

23 Sep 2022 - 02 Oct 2022

Dirty Work

Indian Ink’s newest play features contemporary New Zealand hits and a fresh take on classic tunes.

16 Sep 2022 - 30 Oct 2022

Forgotten Vessels – Waiting for the Early Dawn

Exhibition in conversation through the use of sound, craft-based practice and hue carving.

10 Sep 2022 - 26 Feb 2023

Tia Ranginui: Gonville Gothic

An exhibition about Māori fairy folk, patupaiarehe (supernatural beings).

01 Sep 2022 - 29 Sep 2022

Ngā Tohunga Whakatere – The Navigators

The story of Māori, Pasifika and European navigation towards Aotearoa through the eyes of a young girl, Moko.

24 Aug 2022 - 23 Oct 2022

Ukraine: The Cost of Freedom

A free photographic exhibition offering a recent glimpse of life from the frontline of the devastating war against Russian forces.