Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board's annual flagship event is returning in its third year.
Diversity Festival 2020 is a free cultural event celebrating south Auckland's rich diversity through cultural experiences.
Our vision is to showcase the area’s magnificent and diverse range of cultures, through music, food and dance.
Cultural performances representing different ethnicities and countries
Diversity Fashion Show
Kids and children performance, dance competition, talent show
Bouncy castle, popcorn, face painting, kid activities area for kids
Games and activities for families
Food stalls showcasing a variety of cuisine
Hey Auckland, we will continue to collect your kerbside collections during the Easter holiday, but with some changes to collection dates.
Collections from Easter Friday will be a day later and return to normal Monday 20 April.
Remember all rubbish, recycling bins and bags and food scraps bins (if applicable) are to be placed out before 7am on your collection day.
Hi neighbours. Thousands of Tenancy Tribunal hearings have been adjourned due to coronavirus and the nationwide lockdown. The tribunal is restricted in what applications it can hear and is only able to hear ones which include issues such as substantial property damage or the property is uninhabitable. Has your Tenancy Tribunal hearing been adjourned over Covid-19? Are you unhappy the hearing has not been able to go ahead? Feel free to get in touch with reporter Kendall Hutt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kia ora neighbours, Pak 'n Save in Royal Oak and New World in Kumeu are trialing a virtual check-in system to help customers safe during the lockdown. It allows customers to wait in their cars until it's their turn to enter the supermarket. Have you tried it out yet?