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Development 18 Dec 2015

A plan for Auckland’s growth  

Auckland’s population is expected to reach at least 2.5 million people in 30 years, placing huge pressure on our existing housing, transport and other infrastructure.

Business / Economy 18 Dec 2015

ATEED: Correction to media report

A recent media report has included inaccurate references to Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED)’s budget.

Business / Economy 18 Dec 2015

Report finds councils’ finances in good shape

A recent report shows the country's councils are in good financial shape.

Arts 18 Dec 2015

Toi Whītiki celebrates Auckland’s unique cultural identity

Toi Whītiki, Auckland Council's new arts plan, weaves the city's creative strands together.

Parks / Outdoors 17 Dec 2015

Road closures on Maungawhau (Mt Eden)

To enable essential road and carpark upgrades, Puhi Huia Road on Maungawhau / Mt Eden will be closed to all motor vehicles including tour buses for a few days this week and next week.

Cycling 17 Dec 2015

Behind the Scenes at Auckland’s Lightpath

While thousands of Aucklanders continue to enjoy the city’s new iconic Nelson St cycleway, little is known about the hard work behind the scenes to create the dazzling magenta Lightpath.

Business / Economy 17 Dec 2015

Pay review for council chief executive

Auckland Council’s governing body has determined a new remuneration package of $690,000 for Chief Executive (CE) Stephen Town.

Environment 17 Dec 2015

Oma rāpeti! Protecting our maunga from pests

The Tūpuna Maunga (ancestral mountains) or volcanic cones represent some of the most significant cultural, archaeological and geological places in Auckland.

Events

13 Jun 2022

Creative Talks: David Veart

David returns to The PumpHouse after his very popular local history talk last year with his new talk.

13 Jun 2022

Gallery Bubs – June

A baby-friendly morning in the Homestead Galleries.

13 Jun 2022 - 14 Jun 2022

In Your Neighbourhood: Piazzolla Tangos

Sensuous, languid, smokily feline – there’s nothing quite like the music of Astor Piazzolla.

14 Jun 2022 - 04 Sep 2022

Adult Art Class for Beginners

Be immersed in an art course with a supportive tutor and like-minded people.

15 Jun 2022 - 16 Jun 2022

Toi Te Kupu: Whakaahuatanga

This event aims to celebrate and showcase the transformative power of mātauranga Māori.

16 Jun 2022

Thursday Heritage Concert Series: An Unlikely Pair

Dual Motion presents An Unlikely Pair - An exploration of the repertoire for flute and clarinet.

16 Jun 2022 - 19 Jun 2022

Chess The Musical

This semi-staged production will be filled with sumptuous musical arrangements set to a gripping story.

16 Jun 2022 - 03 Jul 2022

Mrs Krishnan's Party

People just can’t get enough of this smart, funny show.