With the country in the red traffic light level Music in Parks and Movies in Parks events have either been cancelled or postponed until the end of February.
Auckland Council has agreed its vaccination policy for contractors working for or on behalf of the council.
Online Eftpos is now available for Aucklanders to pay for their council products and services.
Aucklanders can still register at exploreaucklandnow.co.nz for the chance to receive a $50 (individual) or $100 (family) voucher in the two subsequent draws on 15 February and 1 March 2022.
Mayor Phil Goff says today’s light rail announcement is critical to Auckland’s future, and its ability to deal with congestion and emissions-reduction challenges, and provide for intensive housing to meet future projected population growth.
With reports of prohibited freedom camping and camping taking place over the holidays, Auckland Council is reminding would-be campers of the rules, so that everyone can enjoy all our region has to offer safely and respectfully.
Auckland Council has appointed Julian Smith as a new director to the board of its council-controlled organisation, Watercare Services Limited.
A comprehensive remodel of the playground at Selwyn Reserve on the Mission Bay waterfront is now underway. Auckland Council will create an adventure playground with a wider age group and an increased volume of foot traffic in mind.
Artworks are displayed in themed categories, entered by artists from all over NZ, but predominantly drawing from Franklin.
Matiatia Coastal Walkway will once again be transformed into an artscape like no other.
Come down for a family fun day, situated on the beautiful Ambury Regional Park.
Auckland’s inaugural Beers in the Park Festival is coming to Victoria Park.
In Round 3 of Super Rugby Pacific, the Blues are taking on the Chiefs at home, Eden Park.
MSO welcomes lyric soprano Anna Leese, now based in Dunedin, to sing Mahlers' Das himmlische Leben in this fourth symphony.
Step into vintage fashion heaven at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and the Central City Library at the free Vintage Festival.
This two-hour tour will take you through the Jewish, Presbyterian, Catholic, Anglican and General-Wesleyan sections of the cemetery.