Robinson Crusoe sails into Auckland' Central City Library
Come along and see a 300-year-old copy of Robinson Crusoe at Auckland Council's Central City Library.
How Auckland used to celebrate Christmas
Discover a few highlights of Auckland’s historic holiday sites.
Uncharted tram tracks uncovered on Quay Street
During excavations as part of the Quay Street enhancement, tram tracks dating back to the early 1900s have been uncovered.
Have your say on Auckland War Memorial Museum’s Draft Annual Plan
Auckland Museum is welcoming feedback on its Draft Annual Plan 2020/2021.
Immerse yourself in 1831 fashion with Auckland Libraries' Heritage Collection
An 1831 fashion magazine has arrived on Kura Heritage Collections Online.
Weaver's globally acclaimed work comes to Auckland
Matekino Lawless is bringing her weavings to Auckland's Franklin Art Centre for an exhibition this November.
Tuia 250 ki Tāmaki Makaurau Diary
Check out all of the events taking place over Labour Weekend, 25 - 28 October.
World-class visitor boardwalk coming to Maungawhau / Mt Eden
Construction of a new crater-rim boardwalk starts mid-November.
Book-A-Family History Librarian
Make a FREE one-hour booking to see Auckland Libraries' family history specialist, Seonaid (Shona) Harvey.
Family History Help
Library staff and volunteers from the Papakura branch of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists are here to help.
HeritageTalks: ANZACs and the Easter Rising With Rory Sweetman
Dr. Rory Sweetman will talk about his book.
HeritageTalks: Online Cenotaph: Transcribing the Archives - Victoria Passau
Join Victoria Passau, Online Cenotaph & Enquiry Services Manager, in an overview of the recent project to transcribe an extensive number of archival records.
HeritageTalks: Audioculture Presents: Gareth Shute - Music and New Zealand
Learn why so many venues in the ‘70s were in hotels and how alcohol-themed bands like Beam and Distillery came to be.
HeritageTalks: Greys Avenue Chinese Restaurants with André Taber
This talk will look at the cheap and cheerful Golden Dragon and the more upmarket Chunking Café.