How to prepare for storms and king tides

Stay prepared for possible summer storms and flooding this weekend.

Celebrate the end of summer together

Round out the month by getting together with friends and whānau at some of our favourite things to do and see in Auckland.

Which Auckland path will you follow?

Discover more than 200 walking and cycle paths with the Akl Paths website.

Lime licence temporarily suspended

Auckland Council and AT suspend e-scooter licence until safety concerns resolved.

Catch Jordan Luck and Annie Crummer at Music in Parks this weekend

What better way to spend your weekend than dancing your feet off with true New Zealand legends?

Auckland Fringe Festival 2019

The most exciting, outrageous and unique events in Auckland's cultural calendar.

Eels reach dead end in Grafton cemetery

Two freshwater ecologists have made a surprising discovery in a small stream in central Auckland.

Local board proposes new cemetery for Great Barrier

A long-awaited cemetery in central Great Barrier is one step closer to realisation and the project is open for public submissions.

Pop 2019

Get ready to pick up a paddle for some multi-sensory ping pong, build a giant interactive marble run, or play on the super-sized water-filled drop.

Green light for Metro Park West design

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board approves the new design for Millwater Park.

Albert-Eden businesses supported on sustainability journey

Find out how local businesses in Albert-Eden are taking steps to become more environmentally sustainable.

Movies in Parks 2019

With the arrival of the Kiwi summer comes Movies in Parks.

Manukau Harbour Forum educating the local community

Members of the Forum will appear at Onehunga Festival to educate the public about keeping Manukau Harbour clean.

Older adults supported with workshops in Ōrākei

Ōrākei Local Board is helping to arm seniors with key skills around technology, home ownership and driving.

Music in Parks 2019

Pop, rock, reggae, RnB, jazz or opera – 25 free outdoor gigs across Auckland.

Pop Poetry lifts words off the page with music

In a first for Pop Poetry, music will join light projection to lift words off the page.

Council, AT seek safety assurances from Lime

Auckland Council and Auckland Transport are actively seeking assurances from Lime regarding issues with e-scooters.

Onehunga Festival

This annual family festival has entertainment, food stalls and more.

Fruit fly investigation underway on North Shore

An investigation is underway after a second Queensland fruit fly was caught in the North Shore area.

Playing the Drain Game

An interactive game shows how we can all safeguard our waterways.

Pacific Sisters: He Toa Tāera | Fashion Activists

A retrospective exhibition featuring Pacific and Māori fashion designers, artists and performers.

Alcohol ban area extended in Māngere

Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board has approved the extension of the alcohol ban at Māngere Bridge Town Centre and Kiwi Esplanade.

Concern over possibility of flooding on Waiheke drives preventative action

Residents are being urged to prepare for heavy rain throughout the Auckland region this weekend.

Kūkūwai Karnival

A day of free music and entertainment at the new Kūkūwai Park.

Franklin Local Board urges storm readiness

Local board chair Angela Fulljames says there are many things residents can do to prepare for the bad weather tipped to hit Auckland.


Fresh Movement brings the stories of the Pacific to life in this thrilling dance theatre work.