Auckland Council's COVID-19 response

The latest on Auckland Council's response to COVID-19.

Auckland Heritage Festival – coming up in week one

Uncover the secrets and stories of Tāmaki Makaurau with multiple events - in person and online - coming to the region from 26 September to 11 October.

A guide to our free At Home services and activities

Explore everything our region has to offer from home.

Track work making strides in regional parks

Work on opening up more tracks across Tāmaki Makaurau is progressing well, despite the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns presented.

Council achieves $69 million in savings

Auckland Council recorded overall savings of $69 million up to the end of August and, despite the effects of COVID-19, has retained a record $2.6 billion capital investment programme.

Student kaitiaki wanted to work in the best work environment in Tāmaki Makaurau

Auckland Council is on the lookout for 14 student rangers to join the regional parks team for a three-month paid internship this summer.

Tamariki connecting with nature through gardening on Waiheke

Waiheke Island Playcentre benefits from Environmental Grant.

Environmental projects get support on Aotea / Great Barrier Island

Projects will address ecological and biosecurity challenges on the island and see improvements to freshwater systems.

A community approach to food security in Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

Maungakiekie-Tāmaki locals get stuck in to help their communities in their time of need.

Auckland Council adopts cautious approach to adjusting water restrictions

Auckland Council resolved today to maintain residential water restrictions for the time being and, from October 12, to slightly adjust restrictions on outdoor water use by businesses.

Trail at Auckland Botanic Gardens a finalist in Biosecurity Awards

A two-kilometre interpretive trail designed to educate Aucklanders on the risks to Aotearoa New Zealand’s flora has been selected as a finalist in this year’s NZ Biosecurity Awards.

Puketāpapa community leads the way supporting locals through pandemic

Community organisations in Puketāpapa have been at the forefront of responding to the challenges presented by COVID-19 with outreach programmes and activities.

New crossing for Papakura school

An upgraded crossing on Settlement Road will make it safer for schoolchildren to access Papakura’s Edmund Hillary School.

Saunders Reserve decision revoked

Whau Local Board has revoked a decision made in the previous term to revoke the reserve status at Saunders Reserve following a review of the advice provided to make the decision.

Refresh on the way for Waiuku Library

Arrangements are in place to keep readers stocked while the Waiuku Library gets a refresh.