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Manukau is young, vibrant and colourful. It has a history of growth that is unprecedented in New Zealand. In population terms Manukau is the fastest growing city. It is also home to over 165 different ethnic groups and is the most diverse and multi-cultural urban environment. We also have the largest MÄÂ?ori and Pacific communities. Our business community is dynamic and expanding rapidly. We consistently have the highest economic growth rate of any large city in the country. For visitors and tourists, our diverse attractions include unique cultural festivals, exciting and colourful markets, a stunning range of scenery, an award-winning amusement park.
Nathan Homestead is completing 85 successful years of existence and invites everyone to a Community Arts Open Day on 30 October.
The Minister's Son, at Mangere Arts Centre – Ngā Tohu o Uenuku for the Manukau Festival of Arts, is an essential viewing for anyone who has grown up in the multicultural communities of urban New Zealand.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council adopted its own submissions to Manukau City Council (Regulation of Prostitution in Specified Places) Bill at the Policy and Activities Committee meeting last night, and is encouraging residents and businesses to make submissions.
MANUKAU CITY — Mangere Arts Centre – Ngā Tohu o Uenuku is celebrating its local community with visual and performing arts events that will inaugurate its gallery and theatre.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council’s bond offer has already met with a positive response before its opening date, with bids in the bookbuild process used to set the minimum interest rate and issue margin substantially exceeding the offer size.
MANUKAU CITY — Young performers had their chance to shine on Friday night at Manukau’s Secondary Schools Performing Arts Awards, Stand Up! Stand Out!.
MANUKAU CITY — Residents of Manukau and the wider Auckland region will have access to more burial areas with the opening of a new $3 million bridge and supporting roads project at Manukau Memorial Gardens on Tuesday, 7 September.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council has chosen its preferred growth option for the sustainable development of Clevedon Village, and residents are invited to an information day to find out more about it.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council is encouraging residents and business people to make greater use of the 0800 555 111 Crimestoppers line.
Aucklanders are being urged to take the first step to getting ready for the Auckland Council and district health board elections by ensuring they are correctly enrolled to vote.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau mayor Len Brown has received the Auditor-General Office’s ruling and accepts their judgement that no further investigation into his credit card expenses is warranted.
MANUKAU CITY — The name for Manukau’s first purpose-built arts facility, to be opened in September, has been approved by Manukau City Council.
MANUKAU CITY — Councillor Hugh Graham has today tendered his resignation to Manukau City Council CEO, Leigh Auton.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council is to ask MP the Hon.
MANUKAU CITY — A plan to make it easier to get to and from Botany Town Centre has won a major planning award.
MANUKAU CITY — Vacant industrial land in Manukau, the Auckland region’s manufacturing and distribution hub, is likely to run out within less than 15 years.
AUCKLAND — Motorsports fans are a step closer to having an international venue near Auckland airport with concept plans approved for Colin Dale Park.
MANUKAU CITY — All Whites coach Ricki Herbert will take a break from his World Cup squad training preparations next week and go back to school.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau Mayor Len Brown says communities need to have a much greater say in the process by which liquor store off licences are granted.
MANUKAU CITY — A park bridge project and town centre revitalisation project have won landscape architecture gold awards for Manukau City Council.
AUCKLAND — Volunteers are needed to help clean up and makeover one of the Auckland region’s oldest town centres.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council has received 34 nominations for the 24 places available on the Manukau Youth Council.
MANUKAU CITY — The residents of Gallaher Court, the first housing for the elderly units to be built in Manukau in 26 years, are excited about moving into their new home.
AUCKLAND — Manukau Mayor Len Brown says the appointment of Doug McKay as interim chief executive of the Auckland Council should help the new council to build links with the business community.
MANUKAU CITY — One of Manukau's favourite sons, Sir John Walker, will make a rare visit back to his old school next Tuesday (30 March) for the launch of the new John Walker Find Your Field Of Dreams programme, Secondary Sport.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau City Council is working with the Ministry of Social Development and the Families Commission to give their Family Violence – It’s not OK campaign a Manukau focus.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau Mayor Len Brown today welcomed the redrawing of some ward boundaries for the new Auckland Council structure but said considerable uncertainty remains on how local communities will engage with the new structure.
MANUKAU CITY — Work on a draft masterplan for stage two of Flat Bush is almost complete.
AUCKLAND — Today’s Auckland Transition Agency (ATA) discussion document on council-controlled organisations of Auckland Council takes a ‘one size fits all’ approach, Manukau Mayor Len Brown says.
MANUKAU CITY — Manukau Mayor Len Brown says the housing shortage in Manukau city needs to be addressed.
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