Dogs got dates!

More than 2,000 people turned up to Victoria Park on 12 February, looking for the love of their life and a date for Valentine’s Day.

Who's Rocking Grey Lynn Park on Saturday?

Check out our stellar line-up for Rock the Park on Saturday 13 February 2016!

New transport hub for Manukau

Manukau is a step closer to getting a bus and train transport hub.

Meet the Rainbow Panel at Big Gay Out this Sunday 14 Feb

Auckland Council’s Rainbow Communities Advisory Panel will be out and proud at the annual Big Gay Out this Sunday 14 February at Coyle Park, Pt Chevalier.

LYC Big Gay Out

Big Gay Out is returning to Coyle Park, Pt Chevalier on Sunday 14 February.

Have your say on Auckland's budget

Aucklanders are being urged to have their say on the city’s budget from Monday (15 February), when consultation opens on the city’s 2016/2017 Annual Budget.

Zoo Tales: Excellent ectotherms

In this week's Zoo Tales, we meet some of the Zoo's ectotherms.

Progress on study into Auckland's port

Dr Rick Boven, Independent Chair of the Port Future Study, talks about the study’s progress and what is coming up in 2016.

Company accepts responsibility for chopping trees

Auckland Council has welcomed an Auckland District Court decision to convict a house moving company for cutting down three pohutukawa trees on public land.

Auckland Lantern Festival

Come and enjoy New Zealand’s largest Chinese festival in its new Auckland Domain location.

Auckland's Civil Defence plan attracts global kudos

Auckland Council is seeking feedback on its draft Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Group Plan. But the draft has already attracted feedback from a world leader in planning for major emergencies, Allan Bonner.

Onetangi Beach Races is back for 2016

A highlight on the Waiheke Island social calendar, the Onetangi Beach Races returns on Sunday 21 February, offering families a fun-filled day of races, activities and free entertainment.

Celebrate Chinese New Year in the Whau

Come celebrate Chinese New Year in the Whau on Sunday 14 February with great food, entertainment and fireworks.

Sculptor of the Week - Ramon Robertson

Ramon Robertson’s sculpture, Gravity Bag, explores themes about the urban environment and our existence in it. His work relates to an essential human need to control space and physical structural form.

New Special Housing Area for Hobsonville

The ability to buy a home in sought-after Hobsonville Point just got easier with news today an Auckland Council-owned site will be part of a new Special Housing Area.

Skippers earn Harbourmaster's praise

Auckland Harbourmaster, Andrew Hayton, is very pleased with the level of compliance with the carrying and wearing of lifejackets on the Manukau Harbour.

Heroic Garden Festival

Get exclusive access to some of Auckland's most prestigious private gardens.

4500 more homes for Auckland

Fourteen new Special Housing Areas that will provide more than 4500 new homes across Auckland were announced on 11 February by Building and Housing Minister Nick Smith and Mayor Len Brown.