Auckland Council declares climate emergency

Auckland Council's Environment and Community Committee has voted to declare a climate emergency.

Download the latest edition of OurAuckland

The June issue of OurAuckland lands in letterboxes, transport hubs and libraries from 28 May.

Mayor Goff hits million tree mark

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has fulfilled his pledge of planting a million trees in this term of council.

NZTA releases plans for Auckland Harbour Bridge shared path

New design offers certainty for people walking and riding bikes across Waitematā Harbour.

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.

Community leads Commissariat Reserve playground design

Work is underway to improve the Commissariat Reserve playground in Mt Wellington with new play equipment.

Boy Walking arrives in Potters Park

A new 5.6-metre-high hyper-realist sculpture brings youthful optimism to Auckland.

Pacific wardens on the way for Whau

Whau Local Board and Avondale Police are welcoming the launch of a new initiative that will provide a safe and reassuring presence in the Whau area.

Explore Auckland's Māori identity with AklPaths

Visit AklPaths to find walks throughout Auckland that will help you to discover our area's thriving Māori identity.

Auckland Mayor Calls for radical reform to Building Act and Code

Mayor Phil Goff says the Building Act and Building Code need reform to make them fit for purpose to tackle NZ's housing crisis.

Helping out in the Hunuas

We're celebrating the contributions of volunteers this National Volunteer Week (16-22 June 2019).

Papakura Local Board makes CCTV grant

Police have supported a call that has seen the Papakura Local Board make a grant to fund increased CCTV monitoring.

$508,000 awarded to sport and recreation projects

Thirteen organisations will receive a combined $508,000 of funding as part of the council’s regional sport and recreation grants programme.

Plans altered to protect Stockade Hill views

A Unitary Plan change has been agreed that protects views from Howick's historic Stockade Hill.

Transforming Auckland Public Transport – June 2019 Snapshot

Auckland is undergoing a quiet public transport revolution as passenger and trip numbers continue to rise.