NZTA releases plans for Auckland Harbour Bridge shared path

New design offers certainty for people walking and riding bikes across Waitematā Harbour.

Exploring Auckland's green spaces

This month, OurAuckland explores our precious parks, trees and green spaces.

The health benefits of green spaces

Being close to nature is good for our heads, our hearts and our lungs, new research shows.

The link between safer streets and healthy kids

Professor Erica Hinckson tells OurAuckland about the importance of kids staying active and healthy, and the role that transport can play.

Mayor Phil Goff welcomes confirmation on harbour bridge walk and cycleway

"We now have a time frame with the announcement that construction will start next year."

Techweek19

New Zealand’s annual festival of innovation, amplifying ideas that are good for the world.

Landlord insulation deadline: How to insulate your property

Part three in a series helping landlords insulate their rental properties and avoid fines by the 1 July deadline.

New operator confirmed for Takapuna Beach Holiday Park

The holiday park will receive significant investment from its new operators to modernise facilities to improve user experience.

Vector Lights for Techweek

Vector Lights on Auckland Harbour Bridge will be lit up using the imagination of our next generation.

New waste and resource recovery services support community to rethink waste

New transitional waste and resource recovery services are launching in Warkworth and Wellsford from 1 July 2019, focused on diverting waste from landfill.

Environmental rate empowers communities

Auckland communities have been increasing conservation efforts thanks to the new Natural Environment Targeted Rate (NETR).

Ed Byrne: Spoiler Alert

NZ Comedy Festivals headliner, Ed Byrne, is back bringing a brand new show!

Council goes circular on construction waste

New deconstruction approach leads to significant reductions in construction waste sent to landfill.

Good Citizens of Waitematā recognised

Waitematā Local Board recently celebrated their 4th biennial Good Citizens' Awards.

Blockwith

Step into Blockwith, the highly visual and vivid digital playground.

Mt Albert road-safety upgrades welcomed

Several roads in Mt Albert have been upgraded to improve safety for residents.

Football gets a leg up in Three Kings

New clubhouse at Keith Hay Park to be developed thanks to Environment and Community Committee funding.

Free Japanese Film Screening – Kurara

Enjoy a free film and gain a deeper insight into various aspects of Japanese culture.

Albert-Eden Business Awards 2019

Voting has closed for the 2019 Albert-Eden Business Awards.

Hauraki Gulf Forum votes to increase marine park protection

The Hauraki Gulf Forum votes to increase protection of the Gulf Marine Park and to restore shellfish beds and reefs.

Go with Tourism at NZ Careers Expo

An event for Auckland’s youth to learn about why they should ‘Go with Tourism’.

Diversity Forum aims to create social harmony

Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board recently held the third annual Diversity Forum to celebrate its diverse communities.

Pukekohe movie-maker to debut film

A 14-minute film by Pukekohe filmmaker Simon Huggett will screen for free on 8 June.

Imaginarium

A 50-piece symphonic band and a colourful array of dance, tumbling and aerial performers.

Bridge decision urged in Howick

Howick Local Board has been asked to commit more money to safeguard pupils walking to school across a narrow bridge.

Josh Wolf – The New Zealand Debut

For the first time ever, Josh Wolf's highly acclaimed comedy is coming to New Zealand.