Our State of Auckland report cards have information on Auckland’s freshwater, marine, air and terrestrial environments in your local area, as well as reporting on the region’s capacity for growth, its demographics and its quality of life.
This year’s theme is: ‘Ma’au i lou ofaga. Maua’a lou fa’asinomaga’ – ‘Keep your identity alive to thrive’.
OurAuckland speaks to Wendy John, one of our conservation heroes.
A deserving community group or charity could soon be putting kids on the right track with the gift of a children's play train made out of recycled materials.
A plan to replace New Lynn's Rewarewa Creek culvert, under Great North Road, has been agreed.
More than 1000 people enjoyed car-free spaces and entertainment at the first Open Streets Manukau event.
A $1.2 million community hub in the Albany Domain is set to open in July.
Sean Taylor is a library assistant at Auckland Central Library. He tells us what he encountered at the You and I Experience, a free event happening there in celebration of NZ Music Month.
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.
Anna from the Zero Waste Zone at Waitākere Transfer Station teaches people how to reduce waste in a fun, hands-on way.