More than 500 people attended Auckland Conversations on 19 October to hear a range of expert views on how New Zealand’s economy will need to evolve in response to climate change.
Auckland has a renewed vision for the city centre and waterfront, with the opportunity to deliver a high-quality urban environment and well-integrated public transport.
Each year, the council’s budget sets out the amount of rates needed to keep Auckland running. Once the budget is set, we need to work out how much each ratepayer should pay.
Auckland events, event professionals and partners won recognition at the NZ Events Awards.
Auckland Council group has strict policies for approving international travel.
Ports of Auckland continues to make significant economic and social contributions to Auckland.
Each year the Auckland Council group publishes staffing and salary data in its Annual Report, like all other public and private organisations.
Both Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s have reaffirmed the council’s credit ratings as AA and Aa2 respectively on a “stable” outlook.
This 30 year plan will set the vision for the area and will be developed in conjunction with the community, Devonport-Takapuna and Kaipātiki Local Boards, and Sunnynook Community Association.
Evan Davies and Glenys Coughlan have been appointed to the board of Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development and former Cabinet Minister Annette King has been appointed to the board of Watercare Services Limited.