Whau Pacific Festival delights
Celebrating three nights of spectacular celebrations and entertainment at the Whau Pacific Festival 2021.
Auckland Diwali Festival performer and stallholder applications open
Auckland Diwali Festival returns to Aotea Square and Queen Street for its 20th anniversary on 30-31 October this year. Registrations are now open for stallholders and performers for the upcoming festival, with festival organisers looking for Auckland’s best producers of Indian cuisine, crafts and performance.
Trust charts path for rangatahi
Manurewa Local Board has supported Mā Te Huruhuru, a programme designed to help rangatahi into work or further education.
Ngāti Tamaoho vision for Manukau Harbour shared
Ngāti Tamaoho has shared a vision of a renewed Pahurehure Inlet, and for the Manukau Harbour beyond it.
Māori names and stories showcased in local parks
Names harking back to history and stories treasured by Māori are being showcased in local parks across the Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board area.
Expansive new recreation space for Kaipātiki Reserve, Parakai
The restoration of Kaipātiki Reserve (formerly Parakai Recreation Reserve) is taking another step forward with plans to create an expansive new play space and community recreation area.
Māngere Mountain restoration begins
Thousands of new native trees, track enhancements and a new playground planned for Māngere Mountain.
New museum exhibition shares diverse stories of Tāmaki Makaurau
The second stage of Auckland War Memorial Museums visitor transformation was unveiled on Wednesday 24 March when Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland opened to the public.
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.
HeritageTalks: ANZACs and the Easter Rising With Rory Sweetman
Dr. Rory Sweetman will talk about his book.
Bunny Events for Pre-schoolers
Bring your pre-schoolers for Bunny themed days.
Explore key philosophies, principles, and processes of Rongoā Māori, traditional Māori healing.
Come to the beautiful Tuna Mau / Western Park to play and explore traditional games, music, and food from the many different cultures present in our community!