Rob Abbott, Auckland Council Manager Alcohol Licensing, responds to the New Zealand Herald editorial 'Liquor rules work against the cause'.
An Auckland dog has launched a video appealing to owners to complete their registration papers and keep their dogs 'legal' for the coming year.
Auckland Council’s building and resource divisions are being upgraded to make building consents easier, faster, more consistent and more tailored to customers’ needs.
Auckland Council’s bylaws review programme won the Prime Minister’s Supreme Award at last night’s Institute of Public Administration New Zealand (IPANZ) public sector excellence awards.
The Menacing Dogs Amnesty has expired, with 1,114 dog owners registering 1,225 dogs.
Auckland Council has welcomed an Auckland District Court decision to fine a property owner $30,000 for building a garage without resource consent.
Auckland Council is looking at new ways to improve building consent processes with aims of speeding approvals, reducing costs and ensuring consistency.
What's it like interning at Auckland Council? We spoke with Licensing and Compliance intern Nicola Clark.
If you aren’t aware some of your local parks have an alcohol ban, you will soon find out.
Auckland’s housing boom shows no signs of slowing, with a record 23,220 building consent applications received in the last year, up by 12 per cent.