Pest Free Auckland

Get involved in Pest Free Auckland. Place traps to rid your home of rats & possums. Identify the weeds in your garden. Plant natives to feed the birds and bees.

October OurAuckland magazine out now

The October issue of OurAuckland is out now, available online, delivered to homes across the region, and in cafes and transport hubs.

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.

Find a pest-free community group near you

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

Library membership made easy

Auckland Libraries have made membership easy with online sign-ups and access to thousands of eBooks, magazines and audiobooks.

Waste and litter-busting tips for summer

To keep our public spaces beautiful, Auckland Council is encouraging everyone to put litter in its place while out and about.

Procurement Monday kicks off Recycling Week

Recycling Week NZ 2019 starts today and Auckland Council is getting behind the national effort to turn the spotlight on recycling.

Auckland amps up for record-breaking summer

Regional Facilities Auckland is anticipating events hosted at its venues will generate an estimated $53 million in visitor spend this summer – eclipsing all previous records.

Auckland's first circular economy lab calls for businesses to sign up

Auckland companies are invited to take part in a new programme to help build an economically and environmentally sustainable future for themselves and the region.

Motuihe Island – pest free since 2005

Meet the Motuihe Trust, community volunteers who have been working hard to keep the island pest free since 2005.

Special votes – what you need to know

Electoral Officer Dale Ofsoske explains how special votes are counted.

Secret Chinese art form will be showcased at Parnell Festival of Roses

Max Bu is set to perform the ancient art of Bian Lian at Waitematā Local Board’s upcoming Parnell Festival of Roses.

Immerse yourself in 1831 fashion with Auckland Libraries' Heritage Collection

An 1831 fashion magazine has arrived on Kura Heritage Collections Online.

Temporary public health warning issued at Browns Bay

Auckland Council and Watercare have placed a temporary public health warning at Browns Bay beach.

Bic Runga and Annie Crummer grace Tuia 250 stage

Bic Runga, Anna Coddington, Ria Hall and Annie Crummer, singing with her Papa Will Crummer, are among many much-loved Kiwi artists bringing music to Te Tangi o Te Moana stage at Karanga Plaza, Wynyard Quarter, from 25 to 28 October.