Aucklanders can enjoy the beauty of the Karamatura Valley once more now remedial work has been completed on three tracks.
Imagine walking out of a downtown office block or a Commercial Bay restaurant and hearing tūī singing or seeing kererū feasting on karaka berries.
Waitematā Local Board has endorsed the development of a detailed business case for the restoration of the Leys Institute buildings.
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.
St Heliers Community Library is going back to its original 1920s colours with a fresh coat of paint as part of its general maintenance programme.
Auckland Library of Tools now has more tools for the occasional DIYer thanks to a grant from Auckland Council’s Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund.
The council is currently reviewing methodologies for weed management in road corridors, with local boards giving feedback on a draft proposal.
Designs for a new playground in Wiri have been revealed following input from mana whenua, local families and community groups.
Henderson-Massey Local Board will request Auckland Council amend legacy council resolutions, paving the way for the Te Atatū Marae Coalition Trust to be given future tenure to develop a marae at Harbourview-Orangihina Park in Te Atatū Peninsula.
A new community recycling centre for central Auckland at the Western Springs Garden is a step closer after an Albert-Eden Local Board decision on a community lease for a site at 956 Great North Road.