Techweek'18

New Zealand’s annual festival of innovation.

$700m boost to road safety in Auckland

Auckland Transport is proposing to invest $700 million in road safety initiatives to reduce death and serious injury on Auckland’s roads.

Where to chase waterfalls in Auckland

Explore beautiful waterfalls in Auckland.

New stadium considered as part of venue development strategy

A new central city stadium and an international cricket oval at Western Springs are included in a Venue Development Strategy released today by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff.

Red-top bin collections start in Papakura

Papakura’s red-top rubbish bins are now being collected.

AR/VR Garage Open Day Demos

The AR/VR Garage is a hub of activity in the emerging technology space.

Board chair explores his backyard

Henderson-Massey Local Board Chair Shane Henderson is taking each suburb in turn and exploring it in depth.

New chair for Hauraki Gulf Forum

Waiheke Local Board member John Meeuwsen has been elected chair of the Hauraki Gulf Forum.

Auckland Art Fair

NZ's premier showcase for contemporary art returns with 45 leading contemporary galleries.

Why does it matter if the council sells some buildings?

On Tuesday, Auckland Council agreed to sell seven of its buildings as a key component of its Corporate Property Strategy.

New chairs for local boards

At six local boards across Auckland, six board members are stepping up to become chairs.

STOMP

Wordless, witty and fun, the international sensation is back.

Outstanding rates bill resolved

Auckland Council is pleased to confirm that Penny Bright has resolved her outstanding rates bill.

Up-and-coming artists sought for unique public art opportunity

All that separates, whether of race, class, creed, or sex, is inhuman and must be overcome - Kate Sheppard

Lumina

Three incomparable pieces of contemporary dance explode off the stage.

Franklin to get better facilities following service centre sale

Franklin will ultimately benefit from a decision to sell the current site of the Pukekohe service centre.

New community facilities completed at Hobsonville Point

Redevelopment of the old Air Force Headquarters Building at Hobsonville Point is now complete.

Lunar Reflection Transmission Technique

Taro Shinoda's film captures the sublime contrast between the colossal form of the moon and us.

Restoring Te Auaunga through kaitiakitanga

Achieving an awa where native aquatic life can flourish and people can swim in within one generation.

Neat opportunity for NEET youth

What involves 28,600 Auckland youth and has four letters?

Doc Edge Festival 2018

Over 70 stunning docos from all over the globe.

Finalists announced for Albert-Eden Business Awards 2018

Winners will be announced at a glittering gala ceremony at Eden Park on 22 May.

Auckland Council receives rating sale injunction decision

Auckland Council today received the decision by the Auckland High Court, Justice Downs, to dismiss Penny Bright’s application for interim relief to halt the sale of her house.

The Big Bike Film Night 2018

The best cycling short films from around the world.

Meet a Pest Free Hero(es) – Inka, Hayley and Henry

This month, Our Auckland chats to not one but three young heroes.

The Haier Big Hoot Farewell Weekend

See the giant, artist designed owls from the Haier Big Hoot art trail one last time!