Auckland walks to do this winter

Don't hibernate this winter, get outdoors.

Have your say on Freyberg Place pedestrian mall

What do you think about making Freyberg Place a space for pedestrians and people on bicycles?

Where to chase waterfalls in Auckland

Explore beautiful waterfalls in Auckland.

New bus services coming to Auckland’s central suburbs

Major improvements are on the way for bus services in Auckland’s central suburbs.

Techweek'18

New Zealand’s annual festival of innovation.

Queen's Birthday rubbish and recycling collection dates

To accommodate Queen's Birthday weekend, your rubbish and recycling collections will be one day later from Monday 5 June.

Auckland Art Fair

NZ's premier showcase for contemporary art returns with 45 leading contemporary galleries.

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board and Waitākere Ranges Local Board by-election results

New local board members Maria Meredith and Ken Turner have been elected.

Doc Edge Festival 2018

Over 70 stunning docos from all over the globe.

Congratulations to the Albert-Eden Business Awards winners

The Albert-Eden Business Awards 2018 ceremony was held on 22 May.

STOMP

Wordless, witty and fun, the international sensation is back.

Waiheke gets delegation over Matiatia

Waiheke Local Board has been granted decision-making authority over an area of land around Matiatia.

The Big Bike Film Night 2018

The best cycling short films from around the world.

Development will create 300 homes in Manukau

Empty south Auckland site will become a residential neighbourhood.

The Haier Big Hoot Farewell Weekend

See the giant, artist designed owls from the Haier Big Hoot art trail one last time!

The adventures of our mobile libraries

Auckland Council’s mobile librarians are on a mission to explore new areas and visit larger and more diverse groups.

Auckland Africa Day Ubuntu Festival 2018

African food stalls, cultural performances, live music and children's activities throughout the day.

Strong population growth fuels building boom

Auckland Council's Economic Quarterly for May looks at migration and the building sector.

Tamashii Taiko presents Evolution

Tamashii is a contemporary Japanese taiko drumming group.

City Rail Link achieves another milestone

CRL has achieved another milestone, bringing work closer to construction on the City Rail Link tunnels.

AKSamba One-Day Percussion Workshop

Come and have a go at Brazilian Samba drumming with us at our next introductory percussion workshop.

Community comes together to upgrade skate park

The Waiuku skate park upgrade will benefit the community for many years to come.

Pool (No Water)

This play takes us to the darker depths of ambition, focusing on a group of artists in a competitive, dissonant and corrosive arts world.

Read this month: Top 10 Music Books List

Stuck for reading inspiration?

Planting Day – Madills Farm Reserve

Help restore the stream in Madills Farm Reserve at this community event.

Shakespear kiwi suffer setback

Despite a case of avian malaria, rangers at the sanctuary are confident that the population will thrive.

The Farthest

This standout film from the 2017 NZ International Film Festival is back.

Have your say: North Shore parking changes

Auckland Transport is proposing to introduce a mix of paid and time-restricted parking around North Shore Hospital.

Out & About – Winter Amazing Race

Join the Out & About team for a wintery take on our Amazing Races!

Take the stage at 2018 Auckland Diwali Festival

Performer registrations are now open for the Labour Weekend festival.

NZ Music Month at Auckland Libraries

Free performances by local musicians at your local library.

Safeswim up for international tech award

Auckland Council’s Safeswim water-monitoring programme is a finalist in the Smart Water category of the Smart City Asia Pacific Awards

Body Worlds Vital

The internationally acclaimed original exhibition of real human bodies.