Papakura backs te reo names
Papakura Local board chair Brent Catchpole says using te reo in street names and for other public places, especially when those names are gifted by mana whenua, is a policy that celebrates who we are.
Libraries reach out to support kaumātua Māori
During lockdown, a group of Māori specialist staff from Auckland Council Libraries identified an opportunity to establish a service to engage with kaumātua Māori in these unprecedented times.
Auckland events scene stacked for spring and summer
Auckland is gearing up for a spring season of major events, a prelude to a stacked summer schedule as the region looks forward to 2021 – the region’s largest planned year of major events.
Waka workshops with the people of Moana
Waka workshops introduce Aucklanders and urban youth to the mighty Polynesian seafaring canoes and the sport of waka ama.
Tō tātou tuakiri Māori: Celebrating Māori identity
In June, we’re celebrating and participating in Auckland’s thriving Māori identity.
What's in a name?
A movement is underway to reflect the true richness of our heritage in the names of our parks and public spaces.
A kōrero on community health and kindness
In the neighbourhoods of Manukau and Wiri, one of Panuku’s key moves is to develop the Wiri neighbourhood into a healthy and resilient community for both people and places.
Troy Kingi to headline Te Korakora on Federal
Troy Kingi will headline celebrations as the Federal Street party on 12 July sings and dances Matariki Festival to a close.
Ngā Tamariki o Matatiki July School Holiday events | Albany Village Library
Bring your kids along for a fun interactive session.
Orewa Twilight Mid Winter Christmas Market
Food trucks, live music, crafters, creators & great vibe to warm your bones!
Orewa Artisan Market
Come along, and browse the stalls; you will find something unique, something for yourself or a gift for someone else.
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Embark on a transformative journey through the traditions of Māori culture and spirituality, illuminated by the shimmering star cluster of Matariki.
Matariki Festival 2023
Celebrate the Māori new year in Tāmaki Makaurau with Matariki Festival.
Kids Woodworking | Make a Wooden Whetu
Using sandpaper and paints to decorate, proudly make something that will last the test of time.
Te Karanga A Hape
Join us with family, friends, and colleagues for a fulsome programme of music, art, fashion, performance, workshops, and delightful kai!
You will learn binding and lashing techniques that will help you complete your mini-masterpiece.