KÅtuitui is a new residential downtown Manukau, bringing new urban opportunities to the historically suburban district and supporting Manukau in its evolution towards a new, liveable Auckland district. The KÅtuitui concept is focused around connection. To connect a residential area with Manukau city, and introduce foot traffic and energy to the city centre. It is also about creating connection within the KÅtuitui community itself, getting like-minded residents to come together and contribute to a vibrant community.
Home 609 is 71mÂ² of floor area located on 96mÂ² of landscaped and fenced land. Includes 1 carpark, whiteware package, double-glazing and heating in living and all bedrooms.
Register online today at Kotuitui.nz and be first to know when the full site goes live with floorplans, pricelist and details of the opening of the display suite.
Hi Neighbours, Phil Goff arrived back to work to an emptied office on Monday, to start work on his second term as mayor. He has to choose who will be his key lieutenants - the chairs of the main committees. Do you think he should also put councillors back on the board of Auckland Transport? See the story below:
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Over Labour weekend join Auckland Museum at Silo Park and immerse yourself in more than a dozen new and original art experiences, performances and interactive activities.
Te Whāinga: A Culture Lab on Civility, co-presented with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, is a free unique opportunity to engage and collaborate with some of today’s most creative talents to examine the term “civility” and what it truly means to coexist within our communities, societies, and humanity.
Artists and collaborators involved in this immersive four-day festival include Ahsin Ahsin, Rodney Bell, Marc Conaco, Elliott Collins, Maria Dumlao, Dr. Léuli Eshraghi, Erin Fae, Tanu Gago, Jack Gray, Rebecca Hobbs, Hina Kneubuhl, In*ter*is*land Collective, Kerry Ann Lee, Qiane Matata-Sipu, Carl F.K. Pao, Rosanna Raymond, Reina Sutton, Miranda Smitheram, Kereama Taepa, Rosabel Tan and Pati Solomona Tyrell.