Commercially compostable, home compostable, biodegradable, oxo-degradable — do you know what these mean and where these products should go at the end of their lifespan?
One of Auckland Transport’s trains is being rolled out with a new look and new message.
17 Jul - 18 Jul
A comprehensive information session for people interested in standing in this year’s election.
Te Ara o te Kirihimete: the Path of Christmas, promises to be a unique Waiheke celebration for people of all ages.
Volunteers have been getting involved with planting days, beach cleanups and pest-free projects throughout the Devonport-Takapuna local board area.
06 Jul - 21 Jul
Find lots of great ideas to keep the kids entertained these school holidays.
Up to 20 million litres of water per day can now flow easily from a reservoir complex in Albany to one in Pinehill on Auckland's North Shore thanks to a new pump station and 2.4-kilometre-long water main.
Waitematā Local Board has approved its work programme for the year ahead, building on planning and work undertaken throughout 2018/19.
17 Jul - 20 Jul
Unveiling a hidden realm which evokes mothers, sisters, witches, sirens, goddesses and otherworldly creatures.
A new Maungakiekie-Tāmaki service aims to reduce the number of disposable nappies and wipes that go to landfill by providing cloth nappies to Early Childhood Education Centres.
A community trust on Great Barrier Island will be using a council grant to make drinking glasses out of discarded bottles and jars.
29 Jun - 28 Jul
An exhibition of award-winning international photography.
New stormwater works are due to get underway on Tahi Road, Ostend Road, Tawaipareira Reserve and the Waiheke Refuse Transfer Station to improve the stormwater network.
The City Rail Link will be the most dramatic leap forward for Auckland’s public transport system since the opening of the Britomart station and introduction of electric trains.
15 Jul - 20 Jul
Pop-up Globe brings the magic of Shakespeare to life for young people.
Auckland Council is encouraging the Aotea Great Barrier Island community to make sure they have either bags or a bin ready for when the roadside rubbish collection service changes take effect on 5 August.
Grants of up to $50,000 are available from Auckland Council for Aucklanders with innovative ideas on how to reduce waste.
Food from around the world to celebrate Nelson Mandela International Day.
Caroline Perry, NZ director at Brake, writes about the necessity of making Auckland's roads safer.
Ōrākei Local Board has approved its 2019/20 work programme which aims to achieve aspirations set out in the 2017 local board plan.
Calling all those who are passionate about zero waste in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Great Barrier Local Board has granted funding to St John to provide the first ever mental health first aid course on the island.
19 Jul - 20 Jul
A celebration of Matariki and whānau presented by the New Zealand Dance Company.