Amnesty seekers flood council in last days

More than 1,000 dog owners have registered for the Menacing Dogs Amnesty, which expires this Thursday 30 June.

Design Case Study: The modern-day cottage

The Arapai-Urale house is a unique twist on modern architecture and the traditional Kiwi family home. Built in 2003, the two-story detached house sits in the sophisticated central suburb of Freemans Bay.

Lake Pupuke oil spill contained

The investigation into a fuel spill on Lake Pupuke is ongoing.

Changes to east and central bus services

The Auckland Transport Board has approved new networks for east Auckland and the central suburbs, these areas now join the completed network which includes the south, west and North Shore.

Culture and community supported by grant

One family fun day received a boost from community grant funding. Apply for a grant to support your own community initiative, project or event.

New Lynn Night Market – 3rd Birthday Party

Celebrate the third birthday of New Lynn Night Market with food and drinks from stallholders you love.

Rainbow GALA

Celebrating the 30-year anniversary of the Homosexual Law Reform Bill.

Seniors' Forum 2016

Come along to the 2016 Seniors’ Forum to connect with like-minded individuals and groups and find out what activities seniors across Auckland are involved in.

Names needed for open spaces

Names are being sought for seven realigned parks and new bridges created as part of the SH20 Waterview Connection.

Two-way cycling in the city

Cycling in both directions on some one-way streets in central Auckland is allowed from today.

Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu Exhibition

Step into an evocative world of beautifully crafted objects in this new exhibition.

Planting helps bring Ōtara Creek back to life

A community planting day has added 2000 native plants to the Ōtara Creek Reserve as part of ongoing environmental restoration to the area.

Akl Conversations – Creating Vibrant & Healthy Communities

How can we create vibrant and healthy cities for everyone, regardless of age or social status?

Take a fresh look at standing for council

Aucklanders are invited to take a fresh look at standing as a candidate in the upcoming local elections in October.

SuperGold users make switch to AT HOP

Tens of thousands of SuperGold cardholders have responded positively and quickly to a campaign designed to help them make the switch to AT HOP cards, says Auckland Transport.

Māori phrase of the week

Each week we bring you some new rerenga (sentences) and kupu (words) so you can practise your kōrero Māori.

Video showcases Manurewa's homegrown stars

An Olympic gold medallist, the head of one of New Zealand’s biggest companies, a television newsreader and a neighbourhood bakery are among ‘stars’ of a new video celebrating the south Auckland community of Manurewa.

Helensville couple NZ's top farmers

Richard and Dianne Kidd of Helensville were announced the winners of the Ballance Farm Environment Awards at the 2016 National Sustainability Showcase.