Forty-five thousand new riders in Auckland last year

Auckland is experiencing a biking boom with a report released by Auckland Transport showing big numbers taking to two wheels over the past year.

Public artworks make a splash at Albany pool

Korean-Kiwi artist Seung Yul Oh is making a splash at Albany Stadium Pool with the unveiling of his latest works, Upon a Pond and Drop a Loop.

It’s wartime on pests

Auckland’s unique and diverse natural environment is one of our greatest treasures, and we all have a part to play in taking care of it. As part of an ongoing commitment to protecting our environment, Auckland Council is hosting the inaugural Auckland Pestival.

Pukekohe Station upgrade to start in July

The upgrade of Pukekohe Station is due to begin in July and be completed in early 2018.

Young Aucklanders step up

Twenty-one young Aucklanders were inaugurated as the new Auckland Council Youth Advisory Panel at a ceremony in the Town Hall on Saturday 10 June.

Auckland Council kicks off Value for Money Review

Auckland Council is reviewing the way it provides some services, to ensure it does so efficiently.

ATEED appoints Nick Hill as chief executive

Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED), Auckland's economic growth agency, has appointed Nick Hill to the position of chief executive.

Great Barrier gets dark sky sanctuary status

The International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) has designated Aotea Great Barrier Island an International Dark Sky Sanctuary.

Blooming marvellous! Auckland Botanic Gardens scoops top award

Auckland Botanic Gardens has won a Qualmark Award.

Very good dog helps sniff out pests

We sat down for a chin-wag with Zoe, the newest conservation dog to join the Auckland Council Biosecurity team.

Growing pains in the Whau

Community facilities, transport and town centres will all come under pressure from population growth in the Whau area.

The OurAuckland Friday quiz

How well do you know Auckland? Take the quiz and find out.

Flashback Friday: Mission Bay, then and now

This popular central Auckland beach was as beloved at the turn of the 20th Century as it is today – but did you know it was also once home to a flying school?

New Lynn night markets come to an end

The New Lynn Night Markets will come to an end this month after three years.

Peoples Panel: Giving a voice to Aucklanders

OurAuckland talks to Rachel about being a Peoples Panel member