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Have your say Auckland – Council’s Long Term Plan
March 15, 2024

Shape Auckland’s Future Together: Have Your Say on the Long-Term Plan Dear ANCAD Community, As we stand at the crossroads of today and tomorrow, Auckland Council is crafting a vision for our city’s future—a ...

New Storm Recovery Community Grant – Applications open
November 24, 2023

Applications are open to all resident’s groups and community organisations who are supporting resident’s groups within, and working closely with, flood and landslide-affected communities. For more information, go here.

Census 2023
March 13, 2023

The New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings is the official count of the people and dwellings in New Zealand. Held every five years, census data helps us understand how, as a country, we ...

Maria Lafaele receives an honorary Queen’s Service Medal
January 18, 2023

Congratulations to ANCAD Board Member Tuifa’asisina Maria Lafaele, who receives an honorary Queen’s Service Medal in the New Years Honours List for services to Pacific health. ANCAD is very proud to have such an ...

Happy new year everyone! ANCAD’s office is now open
January 12, 2023

The ANCAD office is now open. We wish everyone a productive, happy and fulfilling year ahead. We look forward to connecting with you again and meeting with new folks too. You can write to ...

Meri Kirihimete me te Hape Nū Ia
December 16, 2022

Have a fantastic Christmas season and summer break everyone. We look forward to seeing you again in the new year, from Jan 9. From the ANCAD Team, Fiona, Deb, Geoff, Susan, Simon, Sarah, Madison, ...

ANCAD’S End of Year Community Survey
November 23, 2022

We invite your feedback with the ANCAD End of Year Community Survey 2022. This year has been another challenging one for many NFP/community organisations. We are interested in knowing how things have been tracking ...

Medal awarded to Pale Sauni – Top 100 selected in Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards!
November 18, 2022

A huge congratulations to Pale Sauni, ‘Our Pale in the fale’ as he refers to himself, for being awarded a medal, having been selected as one of the top 100 chosen recipients in the ...