The restoration of the historic Mt Roskill Borough Council Building in Three Kings is benefiting the community by identifying and retaining recyclable materials that would otherwise go to waste.
Six kiwi from the Coromandel will make the Hunua Ranges their new home from 31 March.
The battle to rid the Howick area of invasive moth plant and Rhamnus weed continues with weed disposal bins being set up in Lloyd Elsmore Park next month.
The call for Aucklanders to save 20 litres of water each a day is still in place.
Auckland Council and community social website Neighbourly have worked together to create a dedicated space that enables Aucklanders to offer their unwanted items to other people in their neighbourhood.
Aucklanders have missed the daily target of 400 million litres for a third day, having used 415 million litres yesterday.
A drone was sent in to inspect after a New Lynn culvert collapsed after heavy rainfall on Sunday.
All Aucklanders have been asked to reduce their water use by 20 litres per day until the end of March – here are some practical tips to help you achieve that target.
The Energy Efficient Communities Project, a partnership between Entrust, Auckland Council and Vector, will deliver free hot water heat control units, up to 15,000 LED lightbulbs, and energy advice to homeowners in Papakura and Takanini.
Significant localised flooding in West Auckland as a result of today’s heavy rainfall has seen a large-scale emergency response that will continue throughout the evening.