See the latest news and find out what's happening at an Auckland Council Library near you.
Research and heritage collection services enter a new era
As we celebrate Mahuru Māori, a remarkable piece of history resurfaces as part of Auckland Council Libraries’ Ngako: The Collections Talk, providing a glimpse into the rich linguistic heritage of te reo Māori.
Spring into the school holidays with an array of exhilarating and family-friendly events that will excite even the hardest-to-please member of your whānau.
St Heliers Library has reopened in its permanent location following upgrades.
Witi Ihimaera is named as the first ever patron of Auckland Council Libraries’ Ka Pānui Tātau i Tāmaki Makaurau / We Read Auckland festival.
From Shakespeare's First Folio to rare maps and manuscripts, Auckland Council Libraries Heritage Collections are a treasure trove of information about our past.
The incorporation of Auckland Council’s last six service centres into community hubs is rolling out, bringing a successful integration programme to an end and boosting service options for Aucklanders.
The Māori Cultural Heritage Programme is a partnership with Mana Whenua of Tāmaki Makaurau workin...
New Zealanders remember the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior and the effect this act of internation...
Robogals are a group of Auckland University students, who promote STEM skills with their wonderfu...
Join us for a two-session Dungeons and Dragons Treasure Hunt. Level 3 pre-generated character she...
Join us for an interactive session to learn to speak basic Mandarin Chinese.
A selection of new books of varied genres will be available to borrow or add to your to-be-read p...