Last month, the Parks, Arts, Community and Events Committee approved Kia Ora Tāmaki Makaurau – the council group’s performance measurement framework for Māori Outcomes.
Aucklanders will have more ways to celebrate Diwali this year, with the Auckland Diwali Festival set to be held at multiple locations across the Auckland region from 27 October to 14 November.
Growing your own vegetables has never been easier for would-be south Auckland gardeners.
One of the most iconic and culturally important landmarks in Tāmaki Makaurau has a new feature, and it’s a game-changer in more ways than one.
Studio One Toi Tū is excited to be a Proud Centre and present a range of inclusive and fabulous events.
This month-long public arts and cultural festival looks to celebrate the talents, resilience, nuances and lived experience of Aotearoa’s kāhui (constellation) takatāpui.
Our Poukōkiri Rangahau Māori (senior Māori research librarians) are here to guide you about your understanding of whakapapa.
Commemorating the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi between tangata whenua and the Crown.
Come and learn all about Bonzai from The New Zealand Chinese Bonsai Society.
Play a big, family-friendly, traditional Korean board game in Albert Park.
More than 30 ethnic communities are taking part in the festival.
A solo exhibition of works by fibre sculptor Bethany Matai Edmunds, materialising her journey of returning home to the lands of her tupuna.