Auckland Council will make a decision next week on authorising a $207 million purchase of 17 new electric and battery powered trains.
Tranquil, authentic and beautiful are just some of the words to describe the restored Fukuoka Garden, which opened today at its new location in Western Springs Lakeside Park.
The $300 million of new funding provided through the Housing Infrastructure Fund will unlock housing development in Auckland's north-west via investment in transport, wastewater and stormwater projects earmarked by Auckland Council as priority, fast-track initiatives.
In the last four years, there has been a $10.4 million investment into Te Ara Mua – Future Streets, making it safer to get around Māngere, especially for people walking and cycling.
More than 80,000 people gathered in central Auckland on Thursday 6 July to welcome home America’s Cup winners Emirates Team New Zealand.
This Thursday, Auckland Mayor Phil Goff will be sleeping rough with more than a hundred business and community leaders to fundraise to help end homelessness in Auckland.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff, Deputy Mayor Cashmore and Ministers Steven Joyce and Simon Bridges, have formalised the partnership between Government and Auckland Council to deliver the 3.45 kilometre City Rail Link.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has joined mayors from around the world and signed a letter to the G20 Heads of State urging them to deliver on their commitments to tackle climate change.
Auckland is experiencing a biking boom with a report released by Auckland Transport showing big numbers taking to two wheels over the past year.
Twenty-one young Aucklanders were inaugurated as the new Auckland Council Youth Advisory Panel at a ceremony in the Town Hall on Saturday 10 June.