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Cultural 9 Mar 2016

Introducing Auckland Council's Māori heritage team

Auckland Council is committed to the appropriate protection of tangata whenua’s taonga, sites and places of cultural and historic heritage to avoid further deterioration or loss of the region’s fascinating Māori footprint.

Cultural 7 Mar 2016

Khulu takes top sculpture award

More than 320,000 people visited Sculpture in the Gardens this summer and were delighted by the array of outstanding artworks, free activities and gorgeous Gardens.

Community 5 Mar 2016

South Auckland stories launched

Taku Tāmaki – Auckland Stories South is the first exhibition in an exciting new partnership between MIT Manukau and Auckland Museum.

Community 2 Mar 2016

Small but perfectly formed

Kaukapakapa Library, one of the smallest libraries in NZ, was included in a recent BBC radio documentary on tiny book-lending institutions.

Cultural 29 Feb 2016

Māori phrase of the week

Practise your te reo Māori each week with a new phrase.

Cultural 26 Feb 2016

Sculptor of the week - Lucy Bucknall

Devonport-based sculptor Lucy Bucknall’s work The Learning captures the tender experience of storytelling that comes from this intimate and concentrated joint activity.

Cultural 5 Feb 2016

Quality design: Grey Lynn's gravitational pull

The design is influenced by Sir Isaac Newton – and in particular his work in optics.

Arts 3 Feb 2016

Art spotlight: Nobody Here But Us

Who knew this 3.5-tonne beauty would become such a talking point with inner-city workers?

Events59 Results

20 May 2024

Creative Talks : Elizabeth Barton

Elizabeth has established her own studio in Te Aroha, where she enjoys a unique creative hub show...

23 May 2024

Community Dinner | Africa Month 2024

Come join us for a delightful evening celebrating Africa Month 2024 at the Ellen Melville Centre!

23 May 2024

Ranger guided walk - Dingle Del, St Helliers

Learn about the fascinating native flora and fauna that live in the forest and stream and importa...

13 Feb 2024 - 10 Dec 2024

The Shamrocks: Irish Genealogy Special Interest Group

The Shamrocks welcome you to meet with them and listen to speakers and discuss Irish history topics.

05 Jun 2024

Ranger guided walk - Te Whangamaire to Henry's Scenic, Patumahoe

Learn about the unique flora and fauna of the forest habitat within the reserve as well as the cu...

16 Jun 2024

Tango Evolution - Music & Dance: Sunday Concert Series

Emotions and special magical feelings occur when two dancers join together with musicians to expe...

01 Jul 2024

Creative Talks: Tessa Duder CNZM OBE

Tessa Duder trained as a journalist and has published more than forty works of fiction and non-fi...

07 Aug 2024

Negative Space: Genealogy Gaps Can Help Your Tree Flourish

let’s explore a technique called the Negative Space Approach.