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May-June OurAuckland magazine out now

Published: 8 March 2021

The May-June issue of OurAuckland is out now, available online, delivered to homes across the region and available at transport hubs across Auckland.

In this edition, we're taking an in-depth look at Auckland’s Climate Plan, Matariki celebrations, and great ways to get active, hearing from Auckland's event planners, and much more.

We're also sharing the biggest events taking place across our region and bringing you news and council updates from your local area.

Where to find your copy

OurAuckland is delivered to homes, businesses, libraries, council service centres, local board offices and selected transport hubs across the region.

There are 14 versions of the A4 magazine – providing news and events for the 13 Auckland Council wards and one version for areas spanning ward boundaries.

A large-print version is available at Auckland Libraries for people with sight impairments or those who prefer the larger format. 

View a PDF copy here.

Download previous issues here.

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