Free child fares on public transport at weekends

Children aged 5 to 15 can now travel free on Auckland Transport’s bus, train and select ferry services during weekends and public holidays.

Introducing myAUCKLAND – your easy access to online council services

From 1 August, myAUCKLAND will allow you to manage your property rates and access your property information, all in one place, online.

Community Bike Fund open for applications

Applications are open for funding to help local groups to support cycling initiatives and projects.

Stars shine at the Stand Up Stand Out Finals

Auckland's youth shone brightly as they took the stage at the Stand Up Stand Out finals on Saturday 14 September.

Great Barrier Local Board to be renamed later this year

Great Barrier Local Board will officially change its name to Aotea / Great Barrier Local Board later this year.

Board Tall Ships and Waka at Tuia 250 ki Tāmaki Makaurau

Experience our shared heritage at Tuia 250 ki Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

2019 Pestival brings great debate

Catch up on the presentations from the 2019 Conservation Week Pestival.

Conservation heroes honoured at Mayoral Awards

Everyday environmental heroes doing good!

Wild Child: Helping kids experience nature

Meet Glenn Browne who is helping children understand their natural environment.

Film-makers discover Franklin

TV and film-makers are increasingly being attracted to Franklin's unique landscape.

Find a pest-free community group near you

Community groups across Auckland are always happy to welcome new members.

Auckland Council local election voting period opens

Voting is now open for the 2019 Auckland Council local elections.

Improving water quality in Ōkahu Bay

Solution to water quality about to begin

Heritage Festival Diary: Week One Highlights

Check out the Heritage Festival programme, with events running from 5 to 28 October.

WMIF grant supports Ōrākei Marae on para kore journey

When Beronia Scott first started adopting a para kore (zero waste) approach at Ōrākei Marae, her focus was on transforming the whare kai (kitchen), where she was in charge. With the support of an Auckland Council Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund (WMIF) grant, the kitchen is now zero waste and they have closed the loop.  They now turn kai into kai – taking para kai (food scraps) and using it to feed the soil to grow more great food.