March-April OurAuckland magazine out now

The March-April issue of OurAuckland is out now, available online, delivered to homes across the region and available in cafes and 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.

Auckland Council welcomes youth climate strikers' demands

Young people are justified in the urgency they are expressing, and it’s up to all of us not to let them down.

Work about to start on new facilities at Milford Reserve

Showering, changing and making a pit stop at Milford Reserve is going to get easier with work about to kick off on new toilet and changing room facilities at the park.

Twin Streams community day a success

Panuku Development Auckland was a recent proud supporter of the Community Waitakere ‘Fresh Water Frenzy’ event within central Henderson at Falls Park.

More feedback needed on low traffic area trial

Stage one of the Arthur Grey Low Traffic Area trial in Onehunga will continue over the next two weeks so that Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board can receive more information and consider community feedback before deciding on next steps for the project.

Warkworth wharf restoration starts mid-April

Work will start soon to restore a much-loved wharf on Warkworth’s Mahurangi River.

New museum exhibition shares diverse stories of Tāmaki Makaurau

The second stage of Auckland War Memorial Museums visitor transformation was unveiled on Wednesday 24 March when Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland opened to the public.

Trans-Tasman bubble a big boost for Auckland

Mayor Phil Goff welcomed the announcement of a trans-Tasman bubble which will allow families to reunite and give a much-needed boost to the city’s tourism and hospitality sectors.

Transport views should be aired

Transport is one of the main issues for residents of Auckland's two most southern boards, Papakura and Franklin.

Track opens in time for Easter weekend

The 3.4-kilometre Cutty Grass Track is the latest to re-open in Auckland Council’s Waitākere Ranges following upgrading as part of the kauri dieback track upgrade programme.

Public notice period on reserves status extended

Submissions extended until 14 April for 20 sites across Tamaki Makaurau.