Make sure these 10 items go in your recycling bin every time

Take the test and find out what items should always go in your recycling bin.

Leaders commit to tackling climate change

Council organisations have joined a coalition committed to addressing the issue of climate change.

Meet the weaving wāhine

Meet Kerry Gillbanks, Auckland Council's harakeke collection curator.

Major infrastructure funding for Auckland’s northwest

$339.2 million will be loaned to Auckland Council to support major infrastructure projects.

Cradle Song

The premiere of Albert Belz’s award-winning thriller.

Construction begins on south Auckland's first destination playground

Work has begun on south Auckland’s first destination playground.

Giltrap Audi Season of Rendered

A taut, tight, torn-from-the-headlines thriller.

Representation Review working party responds to residents' views

Auckland Council has been consulting on its review of the boundaries for electing councillors.

New Zealand Opera Presents La Bohème

Puccini’s glorious masterpiece of youth, passionate love and heartbreak.

Top international students win internships with Auckland businesses

Students have earned the chance to get experience at some of Auckland's biggest businesses.

West AKL Artist Talks

A unique glimpse into the rich diversity of art-making in West Auckland.

Council welcomes Environment Court decision

Hunua 1080 programme to go ahead.

Moon Festival 2018

An evening of cultural entertainment, performances and stalls.

Survey reveals Waiheke road safety concerns

A survey of parents is driving a push for road safety improvements on Waiheke Island.

Bubble Weekend

Step inside a giant bubble, get creative with bubble art and more.

Winners of inaugural Mayoral Conservation Awards announced

Conservationists recognised for their passion, innovation and dedication.

Badjelly the Witch

Share Tim and Rose’s madcap adventure into Badjelly’s castle.

A plea for safer behaviour at rail crossings

New rail safety improvements aim to reduce accidents at urban level crossings.

The ENDING HIV Season of Rent

One of the most beloved musicals of all-time returns, supporting the campaign to end HIV in New Zealand.

Tsunami warning sirens to be tested

Aucklanders are advised not to be alarmed when the region's tsunami sirens have their twice-yearly test at noon on Sunday 30 September.

Volunteer Tree Planting Day – Atiu Creek Regional Park

Join us during Conservation Week to help restore this beautiful site by planting native plants.

Friday with Simone Nathan

Discover the enduring legacy of Simone Nathan, fundraiser and advocate for women and children.

Merata Mita: Mauri

A Māori feature film exploring cultural tensions, identity, and a changing way of life in a dwindling town.

Hunua Ranges pest control updates

Latest updates on Hunua Ranges pest control.

The Bivouac Outdoor Wild Auckland Trail Series – Tapapakanga

The first of a series of all-ages trail run events taking place in regional parks around Auckland.

More pontoons for Hibiscus and Bays beaches

Swimmers will be thrilled by plans for new pontoons this summer at Browns Bay and Little Manly beaches.

NZTrio Loft Series 2018 – Loft 2: Braid

Ashley Brown (cello) with guest musicians Benjamin Baker (violin) and Stephen De Pledge (piano).

Take care around sheep during lambing season

Help us keep sheep safe from dogs.

125 Suffrage Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Learn to create and improve Wikipedia entries related to feminism, fashion, gender and art.

Temporary speed limit restrictions on Whitford Road and Whitford-Maraetai Road

Temporary speed limits have been put in place while sections of the roads are resurfaced.

The Walters Prize 2018

NZ's contemporary art award returns to Auckland Art Gallery.

Thursday with Kate Edger

The story of educator and activist Kate Edger, the first woman in New Zealand to earn a degree.