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Cultural 28 Jan 2020

All set for Year of the Pig in Howick

Celebrations are planned throughout Howick in February to celebrate the new year.

Community 14 Jan 2020

Small grants support Hibiscus and Bays community

Just over $30,000 has been awarded in the first round of Hibiscus and Bays Local Board’s small grants funding.

City Rail Link 18 Dec 2019

CRL station designs wow international judges

Iwi narratives at the heart of CRL stations have been celebrated in Amsterdam on the world’s biggest architecture stage.

Community 11 Dec 2019

Tongan community nurtures Papakura garden

A new lease on land in Papakura commonly referred to as the Tongan Gardens will see fresh vegetables supplied to the community.

Community 4 Dec 2019

Henderson-Massey Local Board to push for more funding for Waitangi Day celebrations

Henderson-Massey Local Board is to request an increase in regional funding for the Waitangi@waititi event, one of the largest annual events in West Auckland.

Community 3 Dec 2019

Thousands attend New Zealand’s first Sikh Games

As many as 20,000 people visited Bruce Pulman Park in Papakura during the two day New Zealand Sikh Games.

Community 29 Nov 2019

Picnics, popstars and pōhutukawa at Music in Parks

Summer 2020 brings the biggest-ever Music in Parks series.

Arts 22 Oct 2019

Weaver's globally acclaimed work comes to Auckland

Matekino Lawless is bringing her weavings to Auckland's Franklin Art Centre for an exhibition this November.

Events111 Results

14 Aug 2022

Call of the Huia

A unique insight into this important but forgotten chapter of Aotearoa’s musical legacy.

14 Aug 2022

Victorian Crafts: Live Day

Come to Howick Historical Village to craft like a Victorian.

15 Aug 2022

Piringatahi | Special Collections Up Close: Beauty and the Beast

Trace the evolution of children’s book design with versions of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ over 400 years.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

Descended from Rangatira

An exhibition celebrating the inherent leadership qualities of south Auckland's Māori and Pasifika people.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

Ethnic Fairytale and Folklore

View fairytales, myths and legends from various cultures at Mt Albert Library.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

The Art of Haiku

A two-week community poetry and art project for adults/teens.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

We are Puketāpapa – We Read Auckland

See what makes Tāmaki Makaurau home to a group of new migrants.

15 Aug 2022 - 28 Aug 2022

We Read Auckland | Ka Pānui Tātau i Tāmaki Makaurau

An exciting free programme of live and online events celebrating Auckland’s readers and writers and the stories that bring us together.