Small but perfectly formed
Kaukapakapa Library, one of the smallest libraries in NZ, was included in a recent BBC radio documentary on tiny book-lending institutions.
Māori phrase of the week
Practise your te reo Māori each week with a new phrase.
Sculptor of the week - Lucy Bucknall
Devonport-based sculptor Lucy Bucknall’s work The Learning captures the tender experience of storytelling that comes from this intimate and concentrated joint activity.
Quality design: Grey Lynn's gravitational pull
The design is influenced by Sir Isaac Newton – and in particular his work in optics.
Art spotlight: Nobody Here But Us
Who knew this 3.5-tonne beauty would become such a talking point with inner-city workers?
Peaceful sanctuary for babies at Waikumete
Families of departed newborn and stillborn babies recently attended the blessing of a new children's sanctuary at Waikumete Cemetery.
Future of Long Bay restaurant decided
Plans for a large-scale restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park have halted indefinitely out of respect for the cultural significance of the beachfront site.
Q&A with Rhana Devenport
OurAuckland spoke with Rhana Devenport to find out more about her role as curator for the New Zealand Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale.
Conversational Chinese Language Class
A free 10-week Chinese Language Class class with an experienced local teacher.
Te Reo Māori Conversation Group
Come along and join in our friendly conversational group.
图书馆中文故事会 Mandarin Mat Time
Join us at Whangaparaoa Library for stories and songs in Mandarin
Poetry Around the World
Join us to celebrate the richness and variety of poetry from different parts of the world.
A team of artists from Japan, Argentina, and the USA created Fish Saw, like Ghibli meets Isabel Allende, with original animation and musical score.
Book Chat - Kumeū
Join a lively discussion of what we have all been reading.