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.
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.
Taking to two wheels for The 2017 Auckland Bike Challenge has paid off for lucky Kiwi Gracie MacKinlay, who will be winging her way to Croatia.
City Rail Link works around the CBD have unearthed a number of items from Victorian times.
The walkway, a joint effort between CRL, Precinct Properties and Activate Auckland, will provide a safe, well-lit, attractive route, separating pedestrians from CRL construction on the eastern side and Commercial Bay property development on the western side.
The Auckland Harbour Bridge will soon be covered in coloured lights as part of the multi-million dollar energy-efficiency partnership between Vector and Auckland Council.
To allow for important improvements and maintenance work on the rail network, replacement rail buses will be running instead of trains in some places from 3 to 5 June.
Electric trains are faster and quieter, which is great for commuters. But you could be putting yourself at risk at crossings and train stations if you're not being careful and keeping watch.
With winter officially starting on 1 June, and the days getting ever shorter, now is a good time to check that your bicycle lights are up to standard.
On 11 June 2017, Auckland Transport is launching a new bus network for west Auckland. Everything is changing, including bus routes, route numbers, timetables and buses.