Monday 27 February to Friday 3 March is Walking School Bus Week, a chance to celebrate kids and volunteers helping keep traffic volumes down and learning about road safety on their way to school.
Te Hauāuru, the new Westgate Town Park, is due to be completed by spring. Hawkins Construction has started work on the 1.1ha site, which is situated in the 24ha open space next to the Northwest Mall on the corner of Maki Street and Tawhia Drive.
Thinking about remodelling the bathroom? Extending the kitchen?
Manurewa-Papakura Ward Councillor Sir John Walker is looking forward to Auckland hosting the World Masters Games.
Whare Koa Mangere Community House makes the New York Times.
15 Jan - 26 Mar
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.
Several of Auckland Council’s local boards are supporting Neighbours Day by offering small grants for neighbourhood events and are partnering with community organisations.
Pt England School pupils riding 50 new bicycles celebrated the official opening of their 400m state-of-the-art bike track on Thursday 23 February.
Auckland Transport will be starting construction works for the Ponsonby Road pedestrian improvements project on Monday 27 February.
23 Feb - 14 May
A full-scale, temporary working replica of Shakespeare's second Globe Theatre.
The project to redevelop Freyberg Place and the Ellen Melville Centre has women in many key roles, including senior project leader, project manager, lead landscape architect, lead architect, and manager of the contracting team.
The DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge is under way, calling for individuals or teams wanting to turn their creative ideas into reality.
Next time you visit Great Barrier Island don't forget to grab a bargain at the Aotea Community Upcycle Centre in Claris, affectionately known by locals as the Tip Stop Shop.
13 Jan - 31 Mar
Roll out the picnic blankets and bring the family along to see a blockbuster movie under the stars.
The machine, named Valerie in honour of Olympian Valerie Adams, is being refurbished before tunnelling the final 200m stretch down Albert Street.