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.
Experience the sights and sounds of Ireland with traditional Irish dance, music, family activities and more.
Join Lisa Truttman for this Auckland Heritage Festival talk about Josiah Clifton Firth and his businesses which were an integral part of Auckland's developing economy in the sec...
Bringing together taonga puoro, live music, spoken word, and real-time painting in a multimedia performance.
Round up your whānau and friends, pack a picnic blanket and come along to enjoy this free, family-friendly festival.
Bringing people together to experience, share, learn and enjoy the value and vibrancy of our multicultural community.
This courageous kōrero provides a dose of rongoā for your hinengaro and ngākau on International Race Relations Day.
Join Jack Tame in conversation with Whatitiri Te Wake, Carmen Parahi, Barbara Dreaver, and Patrick Gower.