Redeployed librarians make welfare calls to vulnerable residents as part of Auckland Emergency Management’s COVID-19 response.
As week three of the alert level 4 lockdown begins, we’ve pulled together some of the key information you need to know this weekend.
Aucklanders are borrowing eBooks at unprecedented rates, as a free and easy way to keep people and families entertained at home.
Auckland Council Group is offering advance payments to key its construction suppliers to retain their skilled workers and assist in a rapid return to work
The council is taking steps to reduce spending on external contracts and contract staff in non-essential services, as part of plans to manage the financial impact of COVID-19.
Around 3000 requests for food parcels have been received by an Auckland Council call centre in the first week of its operation, says Auckland Mayor Phil Goff.
Auckland Transport has updated its AT Mobile app to show users how many people are on a train at any given time.
People are being reminded to watch their water use as severe drought continues to bite.
Auckland Council provides support for rural communities during dry weather.
Auckland Council staff are using their skills to help a number of government agencies and organisations across the city during the COVID-19 alert level 4 lockdown.
Dani Gardiner has resigned from her position and will leave at the end of May after being appointed to the High Court bench as an Associate Judge.
Due to COVID-19, many public facilities around Auckland are closed. Read for more information.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the city is ready and enthusiastic about promoting infrastructure projects to assist the country to recover quickly from the COVID-19 induced recession.
Aucklanders should continue to put their recycling bins out on the kerbside by 7am on their usual collection day.
We recommend you follow some basic guidelines around observing the rules of the level 4 lockdown to reduce the chances of transmitting Covid-19