The upgrade of QBE Stadium’s outer oval has boosted the venue’s ability to host high-performance and community sports activity throughout the year.
Auckland will host a diverse range of cultural, lifestyle and sporting events in the coming year.
11 Aug - 13 Aug
The world's top darts stars are set to return to New Zealand in August for the third staging of the Auckland Darts Masters.
Nicknamed ‘The Post Office’ by locals, the Glen Innes court is the fifth of five basketball courts to be delivered as part of the Spark Boroughs project.
In winter, most people tend to hibernate a bit – but we've got some great ideas for getting off the couch and into your exercise gear!
One of the most sophisticated lighting systems on the planet is about to be unveiled at Mt Smart Stadium, giving sports fans a chance to see all the action more vividly.
A spa pool at the Auckland Council-owned Onehunga War Memorial Pool and Leisure Centre has been closed until further notice, while the rest of the complex remains open and safe to use.
More than 80,000 people gathered in central Auckland on Thursday 6 July to welcome home America’s Cup winners Emirates Team New Zealand.
Did you know that Auckland is full of great things to do? There are adventures for kids of all ages – from parks and playgrounds, to pools, leisure centres and libraries, all run or looked after by Auckland Council.
Consultation on Auckland Council’s 21 draft local board plans closed on Friday 30 June, and community feedback will now be taken into account before the plans are finalised.