Community facilities, transport and town centres will all come under pressure from population growth in the Whau area.
Auckland is experiencing a biking boom with a report released by Auckland Transport showing big numbers taking to two wheels over the past year.
The introduction of slower speed zones in town centres and some residential areas is a key initiative in the draft Waitematā Local Board Plan 2017.
There’s plenty to see and do around the region that doesn’t cost the earth – and even better, you can get to these locations by simply jumping on a bus, train or ferry.
Travel by public transport to Eden Park to watch the British & Irish Lions take on the All Blacks during their tour of New Zealand in June & July 2017.
The upgrade of Pukekohe Station is due to begin in July and be completed in early 2018.
The $1.4 billion Waterview Connection is New Zealand’s biggest and most complex roading project, including twin 2.4km-long three-lane tunnels.
1799 mostly school children and teachers claimed the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title for the Largest human image of a bicycle at Glen Eden Intermediate this afternoon.
Auckland Transport wants your feedback on their new proposals to improve Lake Road on the Devonport peninsula.
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.