Anglican church, St Matthew-in-the-City opens its doors to all people. The word is spread, unbiased and with love, and its arches regularly ring with sounds of orchestral music.
Want to donate your broken down household junk - a computer hard drive or sewing machine which doesn’t work anymore - to a good cause? Consider Tangleball. A community of down to earth creat…
After enduring years of the old Council’s long term neglect, Aucklanders have reached a tipping point. The environment has suddenly become mainstream.
End the week and start the weekend by savouring the tastes at Streetfood Station Food Truck Friday and Saturday mornings farmers market at Mt Albert Market.
Now in its twelfth year this annual celebration of music and community continues to be one of the highlights in the Waitakere year.
Long gone the tarnish of second hand in a one stop shop department store that celebrates timeless quality and the notion of recycling.
Not just a teaching resource, shared gardens are a way to bring whole communities together, says passionate environmentalist Adrian Roche.
A light-hearted fundraising cabaret, reminiscent of the clubs of Cairo in the 1930’s, delivers a pot of gold for a local dance company.
This year’s Little Ray of Giving has exceeded all expectations, thanks to the charity of two local kindergartens, a couple of loyal tradies, & the staff and families of Ray White Ponsonby.
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