Mayor Phil Goff attended a Together4Climate event in Paris alongside 11 mayors from major cities.
Mayor Phil Goff welcomes the fuel tax and is ready to get to work on light rail in Auckland.
Mayor Phil Goff met with descendants of the battle at Rangiāowhia regarding the fate of the colonial statue.
Both Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s have reaffirmed the council’s credit ratings as AA and Aa2 respectively on a “stable” outlook.
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.
Did you know that Auckland Council has a Seniors Advisory Panel who advocates for older people in our region?
Auckland Council’s Group 2016/2017 Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2017 has been formally adopted by the council’s governing body.
Auckland Transport is planning to raise Tāmaki Drive by up to half a metre to mitigate the effects of flooding.
The first phase of Auckland Council’s Living Wage policy came into effect on 1 September, lifting the wages of more than 1,500 employees to $18 per hour.
Auckland's commuter train network has surpassed all its passenger forecasts to record 20 million train trips in one year, a mark that the network wasn't expected to hit for another three years.