Keen to get together?

February is a great time to get together with friends and whānau and make the most of everything going on in Auckland.

Which Auckland path will you follow?

Discover more than 200 walking and cycle paths with the Akl Paths website.

Grants available for food waste champions

Apply now for Auckland Council’s Love Food Hate Waste Fund.

Council, AT seek safety assurances from Lime

Auckland Council and Auckland Transport are actively seeking assurances from Lime regarding issues with e-scooters.

Auckland Conversations – Our Water Future

How do we change the way we think about, value and manage one of our most precious resources: water.

Fruit fly investigation underway on North Shore

An investigation is underway after a second Queensland fruit fly was caught in the North Shore area.

Blue – Film Screening Presented By CaliWoods

A documentary screening showcasing themes causing our declining oceans to help fund ocean conservationist projects

Playing the Drain Game

An interactive game shows how we can all safeguard our waterways.

Auckland Fringe Festival 2019

The most exciting, outrageous and unique events in Auckland's cultural calendar.

King tides predicted this week

Tāmaki Drive and SH1 at Esmonde Road and some low-lying parts of Auckland could be affected on 21 and 22 February.

Pop 2019

Get ready to pick up a paddle for some multi-sensory ping pong, build a giant interactive marble run, or play on the super-sized water-filled drop.

Alcohol ban area extended in Māngere

Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board has approved the extension of the alcohol ban at Māngere Bridge Town Centre and Kiwi Esplanade.

Zoo Open Lates

Make the most of the summer nights and go wild at the zoo as the sun comes down.

Concern over possibility of flooding on Waiheke drives preventative action

Residents are being urged to prepare for heavy rain throughout the Auckland region this weekend.

Templar Great Classics: Musical Postcards

Take a musical journey around the world with the APO.

Franklin Local Board urges storm readiness

Local board chair Angela Fulljames says there are many things residents can do to prepare for the bad weather tipped to hit Auckland.

Movies in Parks 2019

With the arrival of the Kiwi summer comes Movies in Parks.

Get together on these east Auckland walks

Take a look at our list of the top eight walks to do in east Auckland.

Music in Parks 2019

Pop, rock, reggae, RnB, jazz or opera – 25 free outdoor gigs across Auckland.

Rangatahi Youth Scholarship recipients aim to help community with their skills

Future scientists, architects and nurses are among the recipients of Manurewa Local Board’s Rangatahi Youth Scholarship.

Kooza Cirque du Soleil

Combines acrobatic performance and the art of clowning, while exploring fear, identity, recognition and power.

New approach to Te Reo Māori lessons at Mt Albert Toy Library

Pitau Potiki, the Te Reo Māori speaking doll, is the latest addition to the collection at the Mt Albert Toy Library.

The Salem B*tch Trials

Enjoy a night in hysterics with the improvised parody of The Crucible.

Get together on these south Auckland walks

Take a stroll on these six south Auckland walks and check out AklPaths for more places to explore.

Choose Your Own Adventure at MOTAT

A completely improvised family show based on audience decisions, part of Auckland Fringe Festival.

Waitākere Ranges residents urged to find out more about septic tank changes

Residents are being encouraged to attend a special information session on the proposed phasing out of the septic tank pump-out service.


A raunchy and intense romp through the triumphs and pitfalls of the dating scene.

New species of fruit fly found in Ōtara

The Ministry for Primary Industries has confirmed a second type of fruit fly has been found in a surveillance trap in the Auckland suburb of Ōtara.

Introduction to Composting Workshops

Learn the basics of composting at home at hands-on courses around Auckland.

Additional ferry sailings for north and west Auckland

Auckland Transport has announced more ferry services to Hobsonville, Beach Haven and Gulf Harbour.

Pussy Riot: Riot Days

Merging punk, electronica, theatre, documentary footage and protest.

Stoat hunt shuts down

An exhaustive search has found no stoats on Great Barrier Island after a reported sighting near Medlands Beach.

Silo Cinema

Bringing you some of the best movies around, from new releases to the classics.