Preserving heritage for the future
A programme of work to strengthen the Studio One Toi Tū buildings is set to get underway in October.
Take a bite of Sandringham’s culinary heritage
A new free virtual Food Heritage Walking Tour is the perfect way to get a taste of Sandringham’s culinary history and heritage.
Applications for Regional Historic Heritage Grants opening soon
Aucklanders wanting to preserve and enhance historic heritage places can seek funding through the Regional Historic Heritage Grant Programme which opens for funding next week.
Roulston Park concept plan approved
A new future for Pukekohe's Roulston Park is being mapped out.
Auckland’s first ever women’s public toilets are open again
The heritage toilets at Symonds Street are open to the public again after having new life breathed into them thanks to a $910,000 upgrade.
Strong future for grand old building
St Heliers Community Library services will be relocating temporarily to Turua Hall
Red letter day as Shadbolt House writers retreat takes step forward
Sixteen years in the making, Shadbolt House in Titirangi has taken a step toward becoming a writers retreat following a decision by Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Views sought on damaged hall's future
The future of Ardmore Hall and Bell Field are included in consultation on Auckland Council’s Annual Budget.
Book-A-Family History Librarian
Make a FREE one-hour booking to see Auckland Libraries' family history specialist, Seonaid (Shona) Harvey.
HeritageTalks: Researching Your House
Come along to know if your property contains an archaeological site.
Thursday Heritage Concerts - Creatures and landscapes
The performer and listener will go on a journey together through time and place.
HeritageTalks: Under the Mountain - Auckland’s Volcanoes with Kirsty Webb
Maurice Gee’s story will be a jumping-off point for a look at Hochstetter’s famous geological map.
Family History Help
Library staff and volunteers from the Papakura branch of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists are here to help.