Explore Matakana by bike

Get outside this summer and take a ride north of the city with the Matakana trails ride to Omaha and Point Wells.

Still time to volunteer for World Masters Games 2017

The World Masters Games 2017 needs a few more volunteers to complete its 4000-strong Pit Crew.

If an earthquake is long or strong, get gone

Auckland Civil Defence and Emergency Management is supporting an intensive three-month national earthquake and tsunami preparedness campaign.

Silo Produce Market

An exciting addition to Sundays at Silo Park, with fruit and veg, coffee and baked goods.

WIN TICKETS: 2017 Downer NRL Auckland Nines

NZ’s biggest and most exciting summer extravaganza is back on Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 February 2017.

Rubbish collection dates change for long weekends

Auckland Anniversary Day and Waitangi Day are coming up for us lucky Aucklanders – make sure you know how the public holidays will affect your rubbish collection dates.

Wash Against Waste returns

The popular Auckland zero-waste initiative is back in action, a year after having their trailer stolen.

Music in Parks meet the musos: MAALA

This indietronica wunderkind is headlining Music in Parks' Summer Sounds concert on Saturday 21 January.

Latin Fiesta at Auckland Live Summer in the Square

It’s heating up in Aotea Square so pull up a deck chair and prepare to party with this feast of Latin and Brazilian-inspired events.

Machine giants keep City Rail Link works on track

‘Valerie’ the tunnel boring machine and ‘Gomer’ the piling rig are making excellent progress on the CRL construction.

Pot-holing work to begin in the CBD

It's time to start work on the detailed design of the CRL’s mid-town and Karangahape Rd stations and the modifications to Mt Eden Station.

Māngere welcomes home Joseph Parker

Māngere Town Centre was a buzz of excitement as families, fans and supporters welcomed Parker, his parents and extended 'aiga.

WIN TICKETS: New Zealand Opera presents The Mikado

See Gilbert & Sullivan’s most famous comic opera at the ASB Waterfront Theatre.

Trade Me pledges to help young Aucklanders find jobs

The programme is designed to help Auckland’s 23,000 young jobseekers (15-24 years) who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).

Westfield station to close in March

In November last year it had less than 330 passengers getting on and off services each day.

Small changes to bus, train and ferry fares

Fares will be changing from 29 January 2017.

Chinese New Year Festival & Market Day

Auckland Chinese Community Centre Inc has been organising an annual Chinese New Year celebration for over 30 years.

Music in Parks 2017

Summer in Auckland means gathering with friends in some of the region’s most beautiful locations and listening to the best live music Aotearoa has to offer.