Following by-elections in the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Ward and the Waitematā and Manurewa Local Boards, Electoral Officer Dale Ofsoske has announced the following progress voting results:
With predictions of the tail of Cyclone Gita heading for New Zealand, the council is urging Aucklanders to devote a bit of time to getting prepared this weekend.
This one-day multi-genre festival is the perfect day out for family and friends.
Congratulations to our winner and make sure to check out some of our fantastic entries!
March is the busiest time of the year on Auckland’s roads, public transport and cycleways.
Entertainment galore, celebrity guests, clowns and a few surprises.
Our thoughts are with the people of Tonga in the aftermath of Cyclone Gita, the worst storm to hit the country in 60 years.
The summit of Takarunga / Mt Victoria will be permanently closed to all private motor vehicles from 1 March.
17 Feb - 18 Feb
Traditional entertainment and activities to celebrate Chinese New Year.
A heroic doggie pair and their human are voyaging over the ocean on a pest-control mission this week.
Auckland has come a long way in celebrating the rainbow community, and Auckland Council is proud to be leading the way.
11 Feb - 19 Feb
A light show on Auckland Harbour Bridge celebrating Auckland Pride Festival.
Improvements to Penrose train station will get concert-goers to and from the station more quickly with less crowding.
Wheels are in motion for the Seabrook Ave Cycleway project.
13 Jan - 31 Mar
Roll out the picnic blankets and watch a blockbuster movie under the stars.
A Valentine's exhibition at Auckland Libraries will display unsent love letters submitted by the public.
Here are some tips on how to stay safe and reduce the risk of flooding.
13 Jan - 25 Mar
This summer there's a sweet line-up of Kiwi talent at a park near you.
Local board members have signed up to February’s Auckland Bike Challenge.
A community-led initiative is being launched to develop a sustainable tourism strategy for the island.
16 Feb - 20 Apr
Enjoy a movie under the stars, with food trucks and a pop-up bar.
Woo that someone special by taking them to one of our beautiful parks.
Moonwalk your way to theatres as the Michael Jackson HIStory Show makes its return to NZ.