More Aucklanders choosing active transport

38 per cent of Aucklanders are riding bikes in 2018, according to Auckland Transport's latest research.

Chamberlain Park judicial review dismissed

The High Court has dismissed the judicial review challenging council’s decision-making.

13 ways to beat the winter blues in Auckland

13 things you can do in Auckland no matter how grim the weather may be.

Te reo Māori arriving on Auckland’s trains

Ka tau mai te reo Māori ki ngā tereina o Tāmaki Makaurau.

WIN TICKETS: World Press Photo Exhibition 2018

This prestigious exhibition captures the very best in global photo journalism.

Your chance to help plan Warkworth's expansion

The council is keen to hear the community’s ideas on land use and infrastructure surrounding Warkworth.

Matariki Festival 2018

Celebrate Māori New Year with more than 100 events across the region.

Safety improvements at Papatoetoe Station

AT is permanently closing two pedestrian crossings across the tracks to make it safer for customers.

Auckland Live Pick & Mix

Ten action-packed weekends of free, family-friendly performances and workshops.

Opinion: Auckland's emerging story

Auckland Design Champion Ludo Campbell-Reid takes stock of how fast the region is changing.

Heaven and Earth – Rangi and Papa

Learn about the traditional Maori New Year with this magical, glow-in-the-dark puppet show.

Auckland students inspired by Kiwi screen star

The next generation of producers, actors and crew had the chance to be inspired by Kiwi star Cliff Curtis.

Out & About – Doggy Day Out

Join the Out & About team with your four-legged friend for our Doggy Day Out Walks.

Opinion: Dog friendly public transport in Auckland

Cathy Casey makes the case for allowing dog owners to choose whether to contain or leash their dog on public transport.

Aotea Square Ice Rink, Ice Slide & Ice Bar

Explore a winter wonderland in the city centre.

Gritty sporting subculture portrait wins 2018 Nikon Auckland Photo Day

Judges sifted through approximately 1000 entries for this year’s 24-hour competition, held on Saturday 9 June.

Shaken, Not Stirred: Deloitte Winter Gala

Enjoy an evening of all the hit songs from more than 50 years of Bond movies.

Read this month: Top 10 eBooks List

Check out our monthly list of top picks from Auckland Libraries’ collections - this month, our top eBook picks.

He Kura E Huna Ana

This te reo Māori production shows losing sight of our origins can be dangerous.

A mission to bring back songbirds

Eastern Bays residents are flocking to get rid of predators in their gardens, parks and reserves.

WIN TICKETS: ASB Season of Filthy Business

Hysterically funny and historically fascinating, this play is a towering tribute to entrepreneurial outsiders.

Goat control in the Hunua Ranges

Goat numbers in the Hunuas are at an all-time low and targeted surveillance is keeping it that way.

NZTrio Loft Series 2018 – LOFT 1: WEAVE

Ashley Brown (cello) with guest musicians Natalie Lin (violin) and Somi Kim (piano).

Tackling erosion at Shelly Beach foreshore

New groynes and a seawall will help fight erosion at Shelly Beach, Kaipara Harbour.

Last Laughs Tuesday Night Comedy

Join in Waiheke's monthly comedy night featuring local and off shore standup and an improv show team.

Mayor Phil Goff announces Auckland’s first region-wide homelessness count

This will be Auckland’s first region-wide count of people living without shelter.

Unwrap the Music: Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony

Join the APO to unwrap this great orchestral work and reveal what makes it so special.

Enforcement begins on new red light safety cameras

Auckland's six new red light safety cameras will begin enforcing today.

The Changeling

A ferociously intimate production that dives headlong into the claustrophobic world of obsessive sexuality.

The Airfields at Hobsonville Point receives 6 Homestar accreditation

The first homes awarded a 6 Homestar rating using a bespoke checklist will soon be built at Hobsonville Point.

Auckland Live Pick & Mix: K-Pop for Kids

Rina Chae and her crew are back with a high-energy K-pop show for kids.

North Shore tree tests free of kauri dieback

Tests on a kauri tree in Chelsea Estate Heritage Park on Auckland’s North Shore have shown that it does not have kauri dieback disease.

Matariki Dawn Karakia

Herald the Māori New Year at Arataki Visitor Centre, hosted by Te Kawerau a Maki.