Advisory panels return for a new term

Auckland Council’s demographic advisory panels began a new three-year term this week, ensuring the views of Aucklanders spanning generations, cultures, ethnicities and abilities continue to be represented in council decisions.

Weaving a brighter future together

A multi-coloured cloak covered in thousands of houses aims to spark discussion about the Tāmaki regeneration programme.

New directors for Auckland Transport board

Former Finance Minister Sir Michael Cullen, Mary-Jane Daly and Kylie Clegg have been appointed to the board of the Auckland Council-controlled organisation Auckland Transport (AT).

Rubbish collection dates for Anzac Day

Make sure you know how the public holidays will affect your rubbish collection dates.

Meet Waste Champion Green Jon

Waitākere Community Recycling Centre project manager Jon Morgan, known better as 'Green Jon', is keen to see local consumers become zero-waste champions.

Have your say: Paid parking zone in Albany town centre

Auckland Transport (AT) is looking at a paid parking zone for Albany town centre, meaning more parking for short-term visits.

Deep Creek Reserve sports field is getting an upgrade

There will be more options for playing sport at Deep Creek Reserve in Torbay once the existing sports field is redeveloped.

Have your say on the future of Takapuna’s beach holiday park

Devonport-Takapuna Local Board is inviting your feedback on their proposal to lease part of the Takapuna Beach Reserve to a private operator for the purpose of running a holiday park.

9 surprising facts about Auckland's amazing parks

World Parks Week runs from 29 April to 7 May. Here are some of the things that make our parks among the best in the world.

Have your say on the proposed SH1 link to Matakana Road

Auckland Transport wants your feedback on the proposed SH1 link to Matakana Road.

Water tanks help during wet weather

During the March water crisis, the benefits of having water storage tanks came into focus, says Albany Ward Councillor Wayne Walker.

This 82-year-old hero has been making tracks for 40 years

Hugh Willis, an 82-year-old Torbay resident and former Westlake Boys High School maths teacher, has been building bush tracks across Albany and East Coast Bays for the past 40 years.

Sunnynook Park set for makeover

Work to upgrade Sunnynook Park on the North Shore will start soon.

Marlborough Park upgrade kicks off

Upgrades to Marlborough Park are now underway.

Love is in the air for 20 little spotted kiwi

Love will be in the air when Auckland Council reintroduces 20 single little spotted kiwi to Shakespear Open Sanctuary on Saturday 29 April.