There's a boom in new hotels being built in Auckland's city centre in response to the huge and growing demand for high quality accommodation for local and i
Two enormous and striking art works by New Zealand artists Sara Hughes and Peata Larkin will cover 5,760sqm of wall space at the New Zealand International Convention Centre when it opens next year.
Here’s a quick wrap up of what was discussed at the most recent ACCAB meeting – of which we are a member and where we provide advice to Council on city projects as well as the allocati
Artweek Auckland, the annual celebration of art in galleries, businesses and public spaces, returns to the city centre from 6 - 14 October.
Since the new Freyberg Place and Ellen Melville Centre reopened in September last year, they've begun to thrive as spaces for community and events.
We’ve been involved in helping shape the new Auckland visitor strategy which sets out the direction for Auckland’s visitor economy for the next 7 years.
For the past three years, a group of feijoa-loving, community-minded city centre-dwellers have come together on a May evening for the Quietly Raucous Feijoa Festival.
At the Mason Bros. building in Wynyard Quarter, 16% of workers get there by cycling, eight times as many as Aucklanders on average1. Only 20% get there by car, less than half the Auckland average.
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