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The health benefits of green spaces

Being close to nature is good for our heads, our hearts and our lungs, new research shows.

Panuku reveals new plan for Northcote town centre

Panuku is moving forward with the urban renewal of Northcote town centre, including new public spaces and shops.

Community groups pitch in for green spaces

Elly Strang meets some of the community-led groups battling on behalf of nature in our city.

Making Auckland an age-friendly city

Auckland Council is inviting older people to share their ideas on ways to help make Auckland an age-friendly city.

New waste and resource recovery services support community to rethink waste

New transitional waste and resource recovery services are launching in Warkworth and Wellsford from 1 July 2019, focused on diverting waste from landfill.

Environmental rate empowers communities

Auckland communities have been increasing conservation efforts thanks to the new Natural Environment Targeted Rate (NETR).

Council goes circular on construction waste

New deconstruction approach leads to significant reductions in construction waste sent to landfill.

Good Citizens of Waitematā recognised

Waitematā Local Board recently celebrated their 4th biennial Good Citizens' Awards.

Mt Albert road-safety upgrades welcomed

Several roads in Mt Albert have been upgraded to improve safety for residents.

Football gets a leg up in Three Kings

New clubhouse at Keith Hay Park to be developed thanks to Environment and Community Committee funding.

Albert-Eden Business Awards 2019

Voting has closed for the 2019 Albert-Eden Business Awards.

Hauraki Gulf Forum votes to increase marine park protection

The Hauraki Gulf Forum votes to increase protection of the Gulf Marine Park and to restore shellfish beds and reefs.

Diversity Forum aims to create social harmony

Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board recently held the third annual Diversity Forum to celebrate its diverse communities.

Pukekohe movie-maker to debut film

A 14-minute film by Pukekohe filmmaker Simon Huggett will screen for free on 8 June.