As of 11.59pm, 5 October, Tāmaki Makaurau is at Step 1 of the new Alert Level 3 settings - the first phase of a three-part plan by the Government to ease COVID-19 restrictions across the region.
Mayor Phil Goff says 85 per cent of eligible Aucklanders receiving their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is a good milestone to have reached but there are still 15 per cent—or over 200,000 eligible Aucklanders needing to get vaccinated, so they are protected in time for Christmas.
Auckland Transport is asking for feedback on a proposal to change the speed limits of approximately 800 roads around the region.
Aucklander’s wanting to preserve and enhance historic heritage places can seek funding through the Regional Historic Heritage Grant Programme which has opened for funding today, 5 October.
Discover some of the great things you can do to stay active, keep learning and take care of yourself at home.
Auckland Council’s strong AA credit rating has been reaffirmed by international agency S&P Global Ratings.
Mayor Phil Goff has welcomed the government’s announcement that vaccine certificates will be adopted in New Zealand and required at high-risk events from November.
Join one of these online composting Zoom workshops and events during October.
Connect virtually with other members of the LGBTQ+ community in this time of physical distance.
Each week, we read a different short story and poem and share our feelings together.
Aucklanders are encouraged to discover the city's street art scene by bike with the Street Art Bike Challenge.
A virtual gateway into the lives and works of photographers from around the country.
Instead of cheering on your duck by the whitewater rapids at Vector Wero Whitewater Park, do it from the comfort of your couch.
Participate in New Zealand’s largest clean up event and make a significant difference in your local area.