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Heritage 17 May 2017

Britomart’s historic clock to get some TLC

The clock gracing the front of Britomart Station’s Chief Post Office will be removed soon and fixed by a specialist clock repairer in Auckland.

Environment 11 Apr 2017

Lysaght Building receives ‘excellent’ score for energy efficiency

A revamped heritage building has become the first property in Wynyard Quarter to receive an ‘excellent’ score for energy efficiency.

Heritage 31 Mar 2017

Flashback Friday: Auckland's 80s boom

Emerging Auckland looks back to the mid-1980s, when Auckland was undergoing a construction boom.

Heritage 30 Mar 2017

Information about treaty land now available on Geomaps

The new Treaty Settlements feature on the Auckland Council GIS viewer Geomaps allows for people to learn about the history of treaty land in Auckland.

Educational 27 Mar 2017

Online Cenotaph a living memorial

Auckland War Memorial Museum’s Online Cenotaph is a living memorial to those who served Aotearoa New Zealand during times of international conflict.

Arts 22 Mar 2017

A gem of the west: Te Toi Uku Crown Lynn & Clayworks Museum

In 2015, Te Toi Uku Crown Lynn and Clayworks Museum opened in New Lynn to showcase west Auckland's ceramics history.

Heritage 27 Feb 2017

Auckland in pictures: now and then

To celebrate the Auckland Heritage Festival last year, we sent our photographer out and about to capture the changing face of Auckland.

Cultural 22 Feb 2017

Couple turns heritage hall into home

A young Auckland couple have used Auckland Regional Historic Heritage Grants Programme to help partially restore Foresters' Hall

Events32 Results

17 Feb 2024 - 23 Mar 2024

Exhibition: 'Tu'u tu'u i le loloto: Take it to the deep' by Delicia Sampero

The expression Tu'u tu'u i le loloto is a proverb referring to fishermen taking their nets to the...

01 Feb 2024 - 29 Feb 2024

Guided Museum Tours

Dive deeper into the much-contended America’s Cup, the genius of traditional Pacific voyaging and...

01 Feb 2024 - 01 Mar 2024

MISCELLANY: from around the motu

“You Are Quoting Shakespeare” books celebrating the 400th anniversary of The Bard’s First Folio.

01 Feb 2024 - 30 Mar 2024

Diverse-city 2024

Learn about the friendships and social networks which have played a pivotal role in shaping the h...

25 Jan 2024 - 30 Apr 2024

Remembering Jacqui Geux Exhibition

This pop-up exhibition invites visitors to gain a new appreciation for the wildlife of Aotearoa f...

16 Dec 2023 - 24 Feb 2024

Landmarks for the landless

Landmarks for the landless examines the increasing presence of pouwhenua, symbolic boundary markers.

29 Nov 2023 - 02 Mar 2024

Ngako: The Collections Talk Exhibition

In this exhibition, you can enjoy watching the nine short films, listening to the podcast series,...

26 Jan 2024 - 29 Nov 2024

Family History Help

Need help researching your family tree? Library staff and volunteers from the Papakura Branch of...