From grand ideas at the Sydney Opera House, to glitter paved streets and a run around the bays of Auckland. We had an action packed weekend at Local Measure, and helped bring coverage to some big events.

Relive some of the highlights below through the eyes of those who were at the events.

All About Women

The Sydney Opera House runs the All About Women festival, an event which aims to promote and discuss important issues and ideas that matter to women. Having coincided with International Women’s Day this year, it was particularly important and featured international guests and prominent speakers such as Anita Sarkeesian and Germaine Greer.

We helped celebrate the event by putting up social media posts made by attendees around the Opera House. They were displayed on the big screens to share the highlights with all involved as they were happening.

Sydney Mardi Gras Parade 2015

Touted as one of the largest festivals of its kind in the world, The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade, took place over the weekend. With over 200,000 visitors this year, Sydney’s streets were decked out in every colour imaginable as people flaunted their costumes, dancing and partying down Oxford Street.

We helped The Sydney Morning Herald capture every bit of confetti and glitter in their recap of the event.

Round the Bays

The 8.4km race around Auckland celebrated its 43rd Anniversary this year, with more than 30,000 runners participating in the fun run. shared all the best moments between teams and individual participants alike. Runners posted moments of triumph as they crossed the finish line, and many highlights from the event.

HSBC Women’s Champions

The four day golfing event took place in Singapore and saw the biggest names in ladies’ professional golf take to the course to compete.

From sporting selfies to seeing those swinging clubs in action, Channel News Asia was able to give their readers up to date coverage of all the important moments of the tournament.

Sequence at SFMOMA

The San Fransisco Museum of Modern Art played host to Richard Serra’s Sequence sculpture. The installation has made its way around America, and will feature in SFMOMA’s Howard Street Gallery next year.

Visitors made the most of a sneak preview to walk in and around the sculpture, and were invited to share the experience with others.