Te Korakora is one of the key events on the Auckland Council Matariki Festival programme and it's taking place tomorrow night in central Auckland. It will be an outstanding evening of performing arts, live music and delicious Maori cuisine which has been given a modern twist. As supporting partners of the Matariki Festival AMI will be there and we'd love you to join the fun! To get you started on enjoying the delicious kai on offer we're giving away $5 Te Korakora currency to the first ten people who comment below! This currency can be spent at any of the food vendors on site at the event. Please note you will need to attend the event and pick this currency up from the AMI tent on site before 7pm tomorrow.
Hi neighbours, Vector has warned Auckland residents to prepare for tornadoes, thunderstorms and gales that could lead to power cuts during the next 24 to 36 hours. The company says people should charge their devices and power banks, tie down objects that could be swept up in strong winds, such as BBQs or trampolines, and make sure they had a torch and spare batteries handy, as well as alternative fuel for cooking.
beware of people not taking any dog's dropping.Some people dont bother to take them away.I have been watching for people that they ignored to take them away.Photo will be taken and handed it over to the Auckland council or the police.
On Thursday morning I was privileged to attend the whakatau and blessing by Mana Whenua to mark the beginning of the Northcote Wharf renewal project.
Work will now get underway on repairing and upgrading the wharf, with it expected to be completed by the end of the year (weather dependent).
During the construction, material for the new wharf will be stored at Birkenhead Wharf and barged across to Northcote Point.
This brings to a close the very long advocacy from elected members for the Northcote Wharf to be upgraded and reopened.
Thankyou to everyone who has been involved with progressing the project to this point.