Calls for audit of infrastructure following storm devastation
Auckland’s infrastructure requires an urgent audit to assess its ability to cope with extreme weather events in the context of climate change and increased intensification, according to Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Work set to start to bring new life to Pukekohe War Memorial Town Hall
Seismic strengthening work will kick off the renovations of Pukekohe War Memorial Town Hall.
Aotea community's feedback needed
Aotea / Great Barrier residents from the southwest of the island are being urged to attend a community barbecue in the park to discuss Auckland Council’s proposed Annual Budget and plans to address a $295 million budget gap, including cuts to operating costs for local boards.
Strains on drains in the rains
Failings in the rural stormwater networks during Cyclone Gabrielle and earlier flooding added to the impact on Franklin’s road network, Auckland Transport has been told.
Chill Zone at Come Fly a Kite makes event more welcoming to all kids
If your child feels overwhelmed by big crowds or loud noises, don't let it stop you from bringing them to the popular annual Come Fly a Kite event in Te Atatu Peninsula.
Local board adopts name for Scott Point park
Te Kori Scott Point is the official name for Scott Point Sustainable Sports Park adopted by Upper Harbour Local Board in February.
Local grants help make a difference
Local grants are provided to help groups achieve objectives that align with the local board’s plans and overall aims for its community.
Aucklanders reminded to keep waterways on private property maintained
More than 80 per cent of the waterways in Auckland flow through private property and must be maintained by the landowner.
Hazards of Human Spaceflight to Mars: Things you need to know
Come along and discover what you need to know for spaceflight to our neighbouring planet and possibly humanity’s second home.
Hibiscus Coast Zero Waste Workshop
Learn how to make a waste-free foot soak with simple ingredients.
T-shirt bags at Glenfield Library
Bring along an old T-shirt (the smaller, the better), and we will recycle it into a multi-purpose bag.
When the Page Walks
Facilitated by award-winning poets Ruby and Eric from Te Kāhui over two consecutive Wednesdays.
School Holidays at Devonport Library
Enjoy our eco-warriors activities, and learn about sustainability with some great creations.
Crop Swap – EcoFest
Bring your garden/kitchen surplus - seedlings, produce, baking, preserves.