Black Ferns Celebration

Celebrate the Black Ferns’ victory at the Women’s Rugby World Cup.

Ambury’s good sorts

Robin Schwass is one of Ambury Regional Park's good sorts.

10 amazing things to do in south Auckland this spring

Check out our list of spring-tastic things to do in south Auckland.

9 ways you can 'live lightly'

Live Lightly shows the everyday lifestyle choices we can all make to save money, have a healthier life and care for our planet.

E-bike cuts commute for Auckland Council staff member

Helena has cut her commute from over an hour to less than 20 minutes with her new e-bike.

Spring School Holidays

Lots of events and activities to keep the kids entertained these school holidays.

Zero-waste grant helps Sylvia Park keep food waste out of landfill

The busy shopping mall, run by Kiwi Property, received a $50,000 grant in September 2016 to help it reduce food waste being sent to landfill from the waste dock that services the Food Court.

Auckland Libraries boldly goes where no book has gone before

Auckland Libraries trials interactive computer program that recommends books based on an individual’s emotions, the time of day, and the weather.

MCKAYSON NZ Women's Open

Join tournament host Lydia Ko and golf fans at NZ's first ever LPGA Tour event.

Te kupu o te wiki – Word of the week

Check out this week's word and practise your te reo Māori.

More Transport Officers for Auckland's trains

Auckland Transport is aiming to employ more than 200 Transport Officers.

Auckland Heritage Festival

Celebrating our heritage with over 170 free or low cost events.

Meet a conservation hero: Andrew Sinclair

OurAuckland chats to Andrew Sinclair, a member of the Whakaupoko Landcare Group who carry out pest control in the Franklin region.

QuizAKL: The election edition!

Test your knowledge of Auckland with our vaguely election-themed quiz.

Otahuhu Food Festival 2017

An all-day family event with over 100 ethnic food stalls lining the streets of Otahuhu.

What can Auckland learn from Toronto?

The Auckland Conversations: Liveable=Affordable event was held on Friday 22 September at the Viaduct Events Centre, as part of the RMLA conference.

Auckland takes out innovation awards

Two Auckland projects have won awards from the International Economic Development Council.

Festival Italiano 2017

Italian culture, music, art and design, plus all the fantastico food.

Work begins on Huia Domain and foreshore

Work to reduce erosion on Huia Domain and foreshore will begin the week of 25 September.

Lower Queen Street plaza design revealed

A stunning plaza and pedestrian space for Auckland in Lower Queen Street outside the Britomart Transport Centre.

Auckland Pet & Animal Expo 2017

An exhibition of the best products, services and entertainment for all those who love pets and animals.

Stabilising Pukaki Crater rim

The rim of Te Pūkaki Tapu o Poutukeka Crater (Pūkaki) in Māngere has been stablised following a preservation project supported by Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board.

Protecting pollinators from pesticides

As much as we love bees, many home gardeners are inadvertently damaging them in the process of creating the perfect garden.


Be transported back in time to the heart-stopping, booty-shaking, mythical Pleasuredome nightclub.

New Lynn culvert reaches milestone

A change in the lane layout in Great North Road, New Lynn, marks a significant milestone in the installation of a new culvert under the road.

North Shore Guided Walks

Free guided walks through community parks on the North Shore.