Councillors to consider principle-based framework for sensitive expenditure areas.
The obliteration room began as a white canvas – but it didn't stay that way for long.
21 Mar - 25 Mar
A free live procession of drumming and fireworks in Auckland’s public spaces.
The story of Hape, whose karanga gave Karangahape Road its name, will launch Pop Poetry tonight.
The removal of several elm trees infected with Dutch elm disease in the Symonds Street Cemetery has started this week.
24 Mar - 25 Mar
A free event celebrating the diverse cultures of Auckland’s Pacific whānau.
Confused about AK Have Your Say? Auckland Libraries helps you figure out giving feedback to Auckland Council.
Residents have provided their input on the plan to repair erosion damage at Cockle Bay.
20 Mar - 21 Apr
This exhibition tells the story of inspiring individuals.
The latest group of Papakura Youth Scholarship recipients have aspirations to become paramedics, lawyers, chefs and sailors.
Why feeding the ducks bread while in the water is no longer encouraged.
22 Mar - 26 Mar
A moment of history at Eden Park – the first day-night test to be played in NZ.
The High Court has confirmed a Kingsland property owned by Ms Penny Bright will be sold to recover unpaid rates and penalties dating back more than 10 years.
Around 18 elm trees have become infected with Dutch elm disease and are being removed.
10-year Budget & Auckland 2050 – Auckland's future is in your hands.
Aucklanders back targeted rate to clean up beaches and harbours.
Make sure you know how the public holidays will affect your rubbish collection dates.
13 Jan - 31 Mar
Roll out the picnic blankets and watch a blockbuster movie under the stars.
Local board chair calls on young people to have their say.
Urgent tree work prompts closure.
13 Jan - 25 Mar
This summer there's a sweet line-up of Kiwi talent at a park near you.
Work by Erin Forsyth wraps around battery powering Auckland Harbour Bridge lights.
08 Mar - 25 Mar
Theatre, dance, music, visual arts and family-friendly events.