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.

Peoples Panel: Giving a voice to Aucklanders

OurAuckland talks to Rachel about being a Peoples Panel member

What matters most in Hibiscus and Bays?

Tell us if we've got it right. There's still time to have your say on the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board Plan.

Would you pay to tackle transport issues in Rodney?

People living in Rodney are being asked to have their say on some tough issues facing the area.

Meet a conservation hero: Richard Hursthouse

OurAuckland talks to Conservation Hero Richard Hursthouse.

Shore Junction youth hub takes shape

Work to transform the Takapuna RSA building into a youth innovation hub is underway.

Live it up in Albany

Did you know that Albany and its surrounding area is full of great things to do? From parks and playgrounds, to pools, leisure centres and libraries, all run or looked after by Auckland Council.

Giant milestone for whitebait

Ten thousand giant kōkopu whitebait were welcomed into Tāwharanui Regional Park on Saturday 10 June – the largest reintroduction of whitebait in New Zealand to date.

Have your say on Lake Road improvements

Auckland Transport wants your feedback on their new proposals to improve Lake Road on the Devonport peninsula.

Flashback: Building the Auckland Harbour Bridge

Before the Auckland Harbour Bridge was built, the North Shore was a mostly rural area of about 50,000 people, with few jobs and a growth rate half that of Auckland south of the Waitematā Harbour.

Help shape your local area: North Auckland

Find out what’s being proposed for your neighbourhood and surrounding areas in each draft local board plan, then share your feedback online at Shape Auckland by 30 June 2017.