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Heritage 21 Oct 2015

Auckland Council's very own Lara Croft

Meet Laura... specialist archaeologist in the council's Heritage Team. This 24-year-old is an activist of sorts.

Cultural 19 Oct 2015

Māori advocate Brandi Hudson finalist for influential award

Brandi Hudson, Chief Executive Officer of the Independent Māori Statutory Board (IMSB), has been named as a finalist in the Women of Influence Award 2015, in the category of Public Policy.

Arts 6 Oct 2015

Join a class at Te Oro

Sign up for one of Te Oro's many creative courses, classes and creative opportunities.

Cultural 30 Sep 2015

Explore our cultural heritage

Discover historical treasures and heritage gems in our regional parks network.

Parks / Outdoors 29 Sep 2015

Memorial sculpture graces Ōtāhuhu Cemetery

Memorial sculpture graces Ōtāhuhu Cemetery.

Heritage 29 Sep 2015

New military gallery opens at Papakura Museum

A new military gallery has opened at Papakura Museum, with an exhibition to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WWI.

Music 29 Sep 2015

Te Oro music and arts centre

The long-held community dream of a music and arts centre for young people in Glen Innes and surrounding suburbs is now a reality.

Cultural 29 Sep 2015

First World War Heritage Trail

Auckland’s First World War Heritage Trail highlights 56 sites, from Wellsford to Waiuku.

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.