Then and now: Auckland in images

Stunning historic images show Auckland's transformation.

Sign up to Shake Out

Sign up your family, organisation, business or school to participate in the national earthquake and tsunami drill.

Step into heritage with our city public art trail

Discover Auckland's artistic heritage with our free art trail.

Licence granted for Auckland e-scooter operator

A trial has been granted to operate e-scooters on Auckland streets

Auckland Diwali Festival 2018

A family-friendly festival offering the flavours, sights and sounds of Indian culture.

Looking for some Waitākere alternatives this Labour Weekend?

If you love the bush, there are heaps of places you can go in Auckland.

Show Me Shorts Film Festival

Catch a collection of 50 films at NZ's leading international short film festival.

Birkenhead grandstand removal begins

Work to remove the Birkenhead War Memorial Park grandstand building will begin on Monday 15 October.

The Next Level

Exhibiting and launching Wacom’s annual artist publication featuring artists from around the world.

Parnell Baths to open in December

The pools will remain open until late April following improvements to filtration systems.

Guided Walks of Local Parks in South Auckland

Come on a guided walk with your local community ranger, learn about the area, its wildlife, history and landscapes.

Grant to support recycling and tree planting in schools

Funding has been awarded to community groups and initiatives across the Waitematā Local Board area.

Hearts of Men

A heartfelt play about one man's war with himself over his culture, beliefs and love for boxing.

Find out your rubbish collection dates for Labour Weekend

Your rubbish and/or recycling collections will be one day later from Monday 22 October. Normal collections resume Monday 29 October.

Auckland Night Markets

Food, fashion, toys and lots of interesting sights and smells to tempt the senses.

Drive safely as students go back to school

Auckland Transport is reminding road users to drive safely as students return to school next week.

Black Sticks Men vs Canada Match

Warkworth hockey turf hosts its first international event – Black Sticks vs Canada.

Make five family meals this week for $60

Pick up the spring edition of Easy Choice – Family Kai for healthy and cheap recipes for your family.

Niuean Language Week

Celebrate the language and culture of Niue through music, stories and performance.

City Rail Link tender process ramps up

New Zealand's largest-ever transport project is one step closer.

North Island Titles

Rub shoulders with Olympian BMX racers and watch them perform in your own back yard.

Unsung heroes of Ōtara-Papatoetoe recognised at awards show

Community volunteers have been acknowledged for their support of art, sports, seniors and youth services.

Sh-Boom! APO & The Koi Boys

With Motown classics and current hits, The Koi Boys showcase their smooth harmonies and slick moves.

Puketāpapa's cultural diversity

Puketāpapa Local Board gave an opportunity to the community to share their history and connection to the land.

The Merchants of Bollywood

An international Bollywood spectacular bringing glitz, glamour, song, dance and romance to The Civic.

Step back in time with Auckland's augmented reality tour

Stroll through the streets of historic Auckland with a new augmented reality app exploring our past.

Little and Loud Book Launch

The launch of a book by Sharon Davies QSM, breaking down barriers faced by people with disabilities.

Advisory panels valued contributors

Auckland Council has several advisory panels that advocate for diverse sectors of the community.

Wainoni Park Volunteering

Join Friends of Wainoni Park to help restore waterways, control pests and enhance the park.

Manurewa signs up for Armistice Day 100

Eight street signs across Manurewa have had a poppy added to them to honour the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.

Auckland Armageddon Expo

Bigger than ever with an even larger line-up of celebrity guests, activities, competitions and games.

The Civic and Bruce Mason Centre now accessible to all

Accessibility Virtual Tours have been launched to assist disabled and mobility-impaired concertgoers at two iconic venues.

Meet The Fakas

A clash of culture ensues as a student and her fiancé return to Niue from NZ in this witty comedy.