We're celebrating the contributions of volunteers this National Volunteer Week (16-22 June 2019).
14 Jun - 06 Jul
A theatre event bringing history to life through a sweeping panorama of India’s tumultuous State of Emergency.
Police have supported a call that has seen the Papakura Local Board make a grant to fund increased CCTV monitoring.
13 Jun - 23 Jun
Explore the wonderful world of wine right here on Auckland's doorstep.
Thirteen organisations will receive a combined $508,000 of funding as part of the council’s regional sport and recreation grants programme.
13 Jun - 01 Dec
This exhibition unpacks over 150 bags, exploring the stories associated with their creation, and the people who made and used them.
A Unitary Plan change has been agreed that protects views from Howick's historic Stockade Hill.
05 Jun - 23 Jun
Showcasing a rich and diverse line-up of talent from across the Pacific.
Auckland is undergoing a quiet public transport revolution as passenger and trip numbers continue to rise.
11 Jun - 16 Jun
The Civic will play host to a stellar line up of international cabaret stars and top Kiwi performers.
Auckland Council has been delivering phosphite to infected kauri in the Waitākere Ranges.
15 Jun - 29 Jun
Celebrate Matariki by planting a tree as part of the Million Trees programme.
Pets will be allowed on trains from 16 July as part of a trial introduced by Auckland Transport.
15 Jun - 16 Jul
A celebration of communities, stories and food by local writers.
Franklin Local Board says joining Neighbourhood Support is a great way to create safer communities.
The first key milestone has been reached on the project creating the stage for the 36th America’s Cup in Auckland in 2021.
The 2019 local elections website features information about how to vote, why you should vote, and how Auckland Council works.
A joint operation between Auckland Council's Alcohol Licensing Unit, Auckland Police and Auckland Regional Public Health have uncovered businesses failing to comply with the law.
Waiheke Local Board has awarded almost $26,000 in grants to community groups and projects.
An awards ceremony has celebrated the contribution locals make to the Ōrākei community.
The Dolphin Theatre in Onehunga has been providing entertainment since 1962 and it doesn’t show any sign of slowing down soon.
New data shows that more new dwellings are being consented in Auckland than ever before.