Next steps for Freedom Camping bylaw decided by Governing Body.
French conductor Bertrand de Billy makes his début with the APO.
New signage is being installed to shed light on the hollow and pond at Puka and Grotto Streets in Onehunga.
22 Aug - 31 Aug
Love and hate, revenge and redemption, destruction and salvation, find all these genres at this festival.
Reusable cups are being rolled out to cafes across Auckland with the help of the council's Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund.
20 Aug - 07 Sep
The smash-hit West End musical returns to Auckland for a strictly limited season.
This August, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki marks the centenary of the birth of Colin McCahon with a unique consideration of his relationship with the city.
23 Aug - 25 Aug
Don't miss a step as choreographers from three continents share the stage.
A type of sea squirt has been discovered attempting to make the waters around Great Barrier Island its home.
Discover what the future could look like if we simply embraced the best that exists today.
The final list of Auckland Council local election candidates has been published at voteauckland.co.nz
20 Aug - 24 Aug
A premiere work directed and choreographed by Amber Liberté in collaboration with performers and creatives.
Funding applications are now open for landowners and community groups keen to improve Rodney's water quality.
20 Aug - 24 Aug
A complex, challenging and riotously funny exploration of the tensions between gender roles in a modern world.
Volunteers have been working tirelessly to restore habitats for birds, fish and native plants along Te Auaunga/Oakley Creek.
Indulge in a five-course dinner made with foraged ingredients.
Heavy lifting work on the Southern Motorway will take place to lift the Pescara Point overbridge into place.
Local artists and creatives share their stories and ideas with our community.
More than 19,000 trees and shrubs have been planted in the last twelve months as part of a large-scale project to restore Auckland's maunga.
Come along and hear seven of New Zealand’s finest poets read.
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub tells OurAuckland how lower speed limits can benefit everyone in Auckland's city centre.
You and your children will adore this all-time favourite story by New Zealand’s literary treasure, Margaret Mahy.
We visit Auckland Council's contact centre in Manukau to find out about the hard-working people solving Auckland's problems.
Come along to one of our sessions for some tips on how to get your kids riding a bike independently.
WATCH: Go behind the scenes and find out where Auckland's wastewater ends up.
24 Aug - 20 Oct
A way through offers three thematic entry points into Collin McCahon’s work.
Go behind the scenes on a covert mission and meet the team who help prevent alcohol purchases to minors.
This is your chance to party this winter with a mid-winter BBQ.
A series of specially designed gardens will form the centrepiece of a revitalised Downtown Waterfront as part of the city’s 10-year Downtown Programme.
24 Aug - 25 Aug
This exciting lifestyle show will cover everything from healthy eating to healthy living.