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The latest on Auckland Council's response to COVID-19.
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Work on opening up more tracks across Tāmaki Makaurau is progressing well, despite the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns presented.
Auckland Council recorded overall savings of $69 million up to the end of August and, despite the effects of COVID-19, has retained a record $2.6 billion capital investment programme.
Auckland Council has welcomed the first gathering of the new Seniors Advisory Panel in time for today’s ‘International Day of Older Persons’.
For the first time, Vector Lights on Auckland Harbour Bridge and the Queen Street Lights will be lighting up pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, in support of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ’s annual Pink Ribbon Street Appeal.
New design features planned for Myers Park will reflect the site's heritage and Māori culture.
Auckland Transport and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency are asking for feedback on a proposal to significantly improve public transport connections to and from Auckland’s northwest.
Waitākere Ranges Local Board has allocated a $10,000 grant towards the purchase of a diesel generator for Piha Surf Lifesaving Club.
The Hurstmere Road enhancement project is on track to be delivered in late 2021 as forecasted despite the financial challenges presented by COVID-19.
Two live business webinars will give Auckland’s small business owners an opportunity to learn how to build resilience within their businesses during disruptive events like COVID-19.
Iconic Auckland Eats, developed by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, will feature 100 unique Auckland dishes, as selected by well-known Aucklanders and the public.
Planning a walking or cycling commute has become easier with the launch of a new journey planner function within the AT Mobile app.
Waitematā Local Board's community grants programme is supporting migrant and former refugee women to learn new skills and get better connected in the community.