Read March-April OurAuckland magazine online now

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

Astonishing engineering and meticulous restoration sees CPO reopen

After four years of City Rail Link-related closure, Auckland’s historic Chief Post Office reopens today - returned to the city, ready to resume its role as the ‘front door’ to the Britomart Transport Centre.

Auckland Council successful in first kauri dieback prosecution

Wandering walker found guilty of breaching bylaw

Central City Library closed until further notice

Auckland Council’s Central City Library remains closed, but an alternative, limited service is being run for central city bookworms.

Be a tidy Kiwi neighbour

There are better ways to find a new home for unwanted items instead of leaving them outside hoping someone will wander by and take them.

Survey shows strong support for increased investment in critical infrastructure

A Colmar Brunton survey of more than 4000 Aucklanders has found 46 per cent support for Auckland Council’s proposed 10-year Budget, with 37 per cent of respondents opposed.

Albert-Eden’s local heroes named

Local community heroes have been named from 2021's nominees.

New playground celebrated at Western Springs Lakeside Te Wai Ōrea Park

Western Springs Lakeside Te Wai Ōrea Park has a brand new ecology-themed playground.

Eden Park gets helping hand from Watercare

Eden Park could save 16 million litres of water per year thanks to a new custom-made water treatment plant and bore provided by Watercare.

Central City Library reopens Tuesday 20 April

Normal hours resume from Tuesday 20 April.

Commemorating Anzac Day

Auckland Council is proud to partner with the Auckland RSA to deliver Auckland’s 2021 Anzac Day. Here are all the details you need to honour our veterans and armed forces this Sunday.

Pukekohe trials could transform town centre

Panuku Development Auckland is launching trials in Pukekohe designed to bring more people into the town, improve safety, create opportunities for outdoor dining and entertainment.

Government partnership with Amazon Studios is great news for Auckland

The confirmation of a long-term partnership between the New Zealand Government and Amazon Studios around its streaming series based on The Lord of the Rings is more great news for Auckland’s booming screen industry.

Queen Street to get a makeover as COVID-19 works replaced

Wide boardwalks, seating and native plants in planter boxes will soon replace the plastic sticks and temporary footpaths on Queen Street between Customs Street and Shortland Street.

Fallen tree used to improve native fish habitat at Belfast Reserve

Parts of a large fallen pine tree that needs to be removed at the local Belfast Reserve will be retained to enhance in-stream native fish habitat.