CTA winter lecture – postponed

Due to the Auckland Level 4 lockdown commencing 18 August, this event is postponed until a suitable date can be found. K’ ROAD WALK & TALK CTA President Allan Matson will talk about the heritage around K’ Road. After the presentation, he will lead us on a walk along K’...

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Secret Lives of Stencils

An exhibition telling the story of an old Kiwi shearing shed practice, which produced some of the country’s earliest export brands that represented New Zealand internationally is being shown at Highwic. Secret Lives of Stencils is an exhibition that celebrates the life and 150-year history of the New Zealand wool...

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Bring Back Nature – F&B conference & AGM

Registration is now open for Forest & Bird’s first entirely virtual conference and AGM on the weekend of 26-27 June. On Saturday, the conference will explore a more ambitious vision for our natural world – “Bring Back Nature.” Alison Ballance, eminent nature writer and science broadcaster, will be the MC for...

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War and the Environment online course June 7 – July 18

War and the Environment is an in-depth online course on a major factor in climate and environmental destruction that is often overlooked. Grounded in research on peace and ecological security, this 6-week course focuses on the relationship between two existential threats: war and environmental catastrophe. It will cover: Where wars...

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Endangered Species Day

This is the 16th international Endangered Species Day. Find out how you can celebrate Endangered Species Day this May.  This includes an event at Auckland Zoo. It is an opportunity for people of all ages to celebrate and learn about endangered species and how to protect them. Here are just...

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Auckland Conversation – A Vision for Auckland

A Vision for Auckland – Designing with future generations in mind Text & image: Auckland Council Auckland’s city centre plays a critical role in the success of both Auckland and New Zealand. It is the main location for business, tourism, educational, cultural and civic activities and is home to 37,000...

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ECO Annual General Meeting

The ECO AGM will be held Friday 20th afternoon, Saturday 21, and Sunday 22nd August 2021 by video conference and in-person at St Andrew’s Church in Wellington (pandemic alert levels permitting). Details on deadlines for submission of constitutional and other motions, and other agenda items for the AGM will be...

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Stop the rot: Repair and maintenance of historic homes event

Are you looking for tips for maintaining and repairing your historic home? Join in a workshop with experts from the Auckland Council’s Heritage Unit and Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga. They will introduce you to residential architecture in the Albert-Eden area, including key architectural styles and their defining features. This...

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