AK Have your say is on now

It's time to tell us what YOU think about the future of Auckland.

Do we need a fuel tax? Experts weigh in

We asked our panel of industry experts if they thought a regional fuel tax is the right way to address our transport challenges.

Auckland Council hits up social media for feedback

Auckland Council is turning to social media to find out what people think of some of its most important plans for the future.

Waitākere forest closure proposed

Auckland Council has decided to close the forested area of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.

New staff policies to be considered

Councillors to consider principle-based framework for sensitive expenditure areas.

Denise Roche takes oath

Former Green MP Denise Roche has been sworn in as the newest elected member of Waitematā Local Board.

Watch a time-lapse of 'The obliteration room'

The obliteration room began as a white canvas – but it didn't stay that way for long.

K' Road goes poetic

The story of Hape, whose karanga gave Karangahape Road its name, will launch Pop Poetry tonight.

Removal of diseased elm trees begins at Symonds Street Cemetery

The removal of several elm trees infected with Dutch elm disease in the Symonds Street Cemetery has started this week.

Wondering how to ‘Have your say’?

Confused about AK Have Your Say? Auckland Libraries helps you figure out giving feedback to Auckland Council.

How do we make Auckland's growth work for everyone?

John Mauro: We can turn the growth problem into an opportunity.

Revised plan to manage erosion at Cockle Bay

Residents have provided their input on the plan to repair erosion damage at Cockle Bay.

Papakura youth scholarship winners inspire

The latest group of Papakura Youth Scholarship recipients have aspirations to become paramedics, lawyers, chefs and sailors.

Committee votes to progress urban development

Auckland Council's Finance and Performance Committee today approved the reinvestment of property sales proceeds over the next one to three years into the ‘Transform and Unlock’ work programme, along with a broader suite of tools to fund urban development which will be included in the council’s 10-year Budget.