The Auckland Diwali Festival returns to Aotea Square and Queen Street on 8-9 October so get your friends and whānau along to celebrate this special event.
Franklin Local Board says selling Ardmore Hall and the neighbouring Bell Field is the best option for the community.
Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland Council) is participating in the celebrations of the Māori language and wants to encourage all Aucklanders to join in.
Enjoy a fun-filled event with craft stalls, henna painting, fun photo booth, music and food tasting.
Enjoy classical Indian performances by Sargam Madhur on sitar and Basant Madhur on tabla.
Join us and enjoy instrumental music, popular Bollywood songs and dances to celebrate Diwali.
Learn how to henna your hands and to make your own Diya.
Learn how to make Thosai, a rice and Urid dhal pancake and Malaysian Indian style chicken curry
A family event to see and enjoy Indonesian culture in a traditional way.
Join Dan Taipua in a family-friendly talk about the monsters you may already know, from the popular worlds of Pokémon.