Each year, Auckland Council Animal Shelters care for more than 8000 dogs. The shelters look after stray dogs until they can be reunited with their owners, dogs that haven’t been claimed or have been surrendered by their owners and need to be rehomed, and dogs that have been charged with injuring or killing another animal.
Aucklanders are fortunate to have two stunning beaches – Karioitahi and Muriwai – where you’re allowed to drive, provided you have a permit.
Auckland Council’s investigation into buildings across the Auckland region that potentially have aluminum composite panels (ACP) in their construction is nearing completion.
Keeping dogs a positive part of life in Auckland has kept the council’s Animal Management team busy over the past year.
Auckland Council’s south Auckland-based consenting and licensing teams are moving to Manukau.
Most Auckland beaches have restricted dog access with hours that change seasonally. So, with summer fast approaching, now is the time to check when the access hours are at your favourite beach.
Cross leases can be complicated and not everyone is aware of their rights and responsibilities – or what Auckland Council’s obligations are.
Central government’s removal of general tree protection in most urban areas has shifted focus on how remaining tools for protection of urban vegetation are performing.
Auckland suburbs are undergoing a bee revival as residents embrace the opportunity to host hives in their gardens.
Out tips and tricks for looking after chickens on your urban property.