Auckland's environment is benefitting from the natural environment and water quality targeted rates.
More planting, seating and the addition of bike and scooter parking are some of the changes that will be implemented in Takapuna’s town square design, following public consultation.
23 Oct - 26 Oct
Lots of great ideas to make the most of the long weekend in Auckland.
Visitors to Orakei’s popular Waiatarua Reserve were witness to some pretty impressive works recently when a sediment removal project required unique machinery.
Schools and sports team coaches are being encouraged to put their young people forward for recognition in the Manurewa Junior Sports Awards.
21 Oct - 31 Mar
A free, all-ages showcase of the tech Emirates Team New Zealand use to prepare for the 36th America’s Cup.
Auckland Council is proud to support the Women’s Refuge New Zealand Shielded Site – a web-based portal providing communities a safe and secure avenue to reach out for help.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says he is pleased with a recent ruling in the council's favour.
21 Oct - 08 Nov
A new commission at the Auckland Art Gallery by New Zealand performance and installation artist Alicia Frankovich.
A new plan launches on 21 October to make freight movement smarter, more climate-compatible and more efficient across Auckland.
With about 400 cattle and 5500 ewes, council farms nearly 1500 hectares of coastal pastures across 19 regional parks, making us one of the biggest urban farmers in the region.
22 Oct - 01 Nov
This musical adventure is full of fantasy and magic, huge dance numbers and talking animals.
Auckland Council has appointed CHASNZ chair Roger McRae to lead an independent review into health and safety at Ports of Auckland.
Nominations for this year’s Mayoral Conservation Awards are now open, recognising the contribution of groups and Aucklanders to care for and restore our city’s environment.
01 Oct - 20 Nov
A month-long festival celebrating arts, eats and beats across Auckland.
New interpretive signs at Melville Park are revealing the history behind the area.
Mayor Phil Goff reminds Aucklanders to follow health guidelines after new case of COVID-19 announced.
Debussy's Prélude à L’Après-midi d’une faune, Gary Kulesha's Oboe Concerto (world premiere) and Prokofiev's Symphony No.7.
The Albert-Eden Business Awards are back for another year, highlighting the excellent local businesses that make the area come alive with places to eat, shop and unwind.
Grants from Franklin Local Board have been awarded to community groups and event organisers across the area.
22 Oct - 24 Oct
Fusing two of New Zealand's great passions, comedy and spelling.
Dog attacks in Tāmaki Makaurau are dropping as Auckland Council’s Animal Management team continues to prioritise the safety of residents and visitors.
22 Oct - 24 Oct
A topical piece on one of the greatest threats to mankind – climate change.