Get ready to ShakeOut on 15 October.
Auckland’s children and young people will be supported by a team of community development planners and practitioners in council’s new Community Empowerment unit, which launched on 1 October.
The council’s new Community Empowerment Unit launched in October 2015, marking the beginning of new and innovative ways of working with Auckland’s many and diverse communities.
A new grants policy is assisting community groups to deliver projects and events in the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area.
The District Court on 7 October adjourned Auckland Council's application for summary judgment against Penny Bright for unpaid rates.
We remember the excitement of Rugby World Cup 2011.
Franklin Local Board is giving its rural communities the power to run their local halls.
Artweek highlights the huge array of art and experiences available throughout the region, throughout the year.
Find out how to get the most from the new OurAuckland website.
Auckland Council has now released its state of the environment report, The Health of Auckland’s Natural Environment In 2015.
Recognising that driving on the beach is very different from driving on the road, the council has a permit system in place for people wanting to drive on the very popular Muriwai and Kariotahi beaches.
Auckland Council is today continuing action to recover outstanding rates and penalties owed by Penny Bright on her Kingsland property.
Auckland Council answers questions on the plan for the future of Monte Cecilia Park in Hillsborough.
Ports of Auckland’s efforts to make the shipping industry safer for the local Bryde’s whale population have had encouraging results.
William Shakespeare’s famous Globe Theatre will rise again – in Auckland.