Auckland Council adopts Emergency Budget

Funding to retain key council services and deliver a $2.57 billion infrastructure programme is at the heart of Auckland Council’s Emergency Budget, formally adopted today by the Governing Body.

Have your say on your community’s future

Local boards are inviting Aucklanders to give them feedback on their draft local board plans to make sure they reflect what is important to you.

Water use down but restrictions continue for Auckland

As of 3 August, water levels in Auckland’s nine water collection dams remain at a record low, sitting at 59.7 per cent.

Breaking new ground on zero waste

New Zealand’s first large-scale anaerobic digestion facility began construction today in Reporoa with a blessing of the land by Ngati Tahu-Ngati Whaoa.

Elemental AKL returns to showcase arts, eats, beats of Auckland

Elemental AKL is back for a second time this spring, 1-31 October, to celebrate arts, eats and beats across Auckland.

Restaurant Month 2020 in the Heart of the City

Look no further if you're planning a fantastic dining experience this August.

Building a resilient city

Over the past year, strengthening of a 600-metre section of the seawall has been underway; the first significant strengthening work to be done to the seawall since it was completed in 1925.

Regional park big winner of schools budgeting competition

Duder Regional Park has gained nearly 200 new trees thanks to prize money won in a school budgeting competition.

In Your Neighbourhood: Quintessential

The APO performing music by Mozart and Dvořák.

Auckland Council complaint upheld by Advertising Authority

Auckland Council welcomes Advertising Standards Authority decision

Celebrating Auckland's rangers on World Ranger Day

Read our Q&A with our park rangers and learn more about the important work they do around the region.

The Weekly Mix

A line-up of local musicians, DJs and ensembles twice a week.

How to plant smarter by planning your planting

There are a few helpful things to remember when you are planning what to plant in your back yard, starting with why winter is the best time to plant new trees and shrubs.

Much loved Spraggs Bush track reopens

Spraggs Bush track in the Waitākere Ranges has reopened following work to upgrade the track in the fight against Kauri Dieback disease.

Visit, Create, Make

Join us for a day of free creative workshops, pop-up exhibitions, and performances.

Board grateful road safety funds found

Concessions that saw money found for Auckland Transport's road safety initiatives has been welcomed by Franklin Local Board.

Canal Road native trees update

Option of land exchange at Canal Road not possible at this time.

Work Navigator at Te Manawa

Free help with your job search and employability.

Safer speeds – one month on

Today marks one month since Auckland Transport introduced safer speeds on more than 600 roads across Auckland, and a new survey shows majority support for the changes.

What to grow and eat this winter

Auckland Council’s Live Lightly team share their tips for what to grow and eat during the winter season and how to improve your garden’s sustainability.

Introduction to Composting Course

Learn the basics of composting at home with online and in-person courses.

Improved ID testing from on licensed premises

Identification checks at a number of on licensed premises in South Auckland have vastly improved on last year according to Auckland Council’s Alcohol Licensing Team Leader Anita Marsh.

The hating has to stop

Councillor Cathy Casey writes about the abuse received by elected members and staff of Auckland Council.

Open and Honest: Talking to Children about Sex, Sensuality and Sexuality

A three-session workshop for parents and caregivers run by Family Planning.

Register your dog now and make the most of early payment discount

Auckland Council is reminding dog owners to take advantage of this year’s early payment registration option.

Fridays At Twelve

Young local musicians will inspire and delight you with classical and jazz music.