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14-24 year olds 2 Aug 2022

What will Pukekohe look like in the future?

Eke Panuku outlines plan for town

Libraries 1 Aug 2022

Over 100 ways to bring books to life at We Read Auckland

Bring the whānau and celebrate Auckland’s readers, writers and the stories that bring us together with Ka Pānui Tātau i Tāmaki Makaurau | We Read Auckland in August.

Civil Defence / Emergency Management 1 Aug 2022

Missing tsunami sirens on the west coast

Five tsunami sirens have been vandalised or stolen at Piha since May 2022, along with one at Karekare.

Cleaning up our environment 29 Jul 2022

Auckland welcomes first Māori/Pasifika operated Community Recycling Centre

Residents who live in Onehunga and its neighbouring suburbs can now do their part to help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.

Cycling 28 Jul 2022

Community bike fund open for applications

Community groups around Auckland can now apply for a fund which encourages more people to ride bikes, more often.

Community 6 Jul 2022

Auckland tamariki share their favourite school holiday spots

If you’re looking to experience something new with the family in Auckland, or want to rediscover an old favourite, our six tamariki tour guides have got you covered.

Libraries 30 Jun 2022

Aucklanders welcomed back to libraries with lost book amnesty

Aucklanders who have not been to an Auckland Council Library for some time are being welcomed back with a three-month long amnesty which started on 1 July 2022.

Matariki 23 Jun 2022

Birds in the air

Matariki Festival provides great opportunities to have fun together with your loved ones thanks to the Māori tradition of kite flying.

14-24 year olds 1 Jun 2022

Bob the Spraybot learns his lines!

Citycare Property's new line-marking robot proved a hit at Pukekohe North School.

Community 18 May 2022

Changing places across Tāmaki Makaurau

By understanding our region’s past, Tāmaki Makaurau is shaping its future through a te ao Māori lens to become a dynamic city influenced by modern Māori concepts.

Community 18 May 2022

The southern lights: why the future is bright future in south Auckland

Calling on all the entrepreneurs, experimenters and creators: How a business boom in south Auckland could transform the world we live in.

Community 27 Apr 2022

Whānau and tamariki supported to reclaim streets for play

A pilot project that that’s been turning local streets into safe play spaces gets support for further development.

14-24 year olds 5 Apr 2022

Waiuku pool repairs funded

Funding has been allocated to repair issues that impacted Waiuku when the Whiteside Pool suffered leaks.

Community 5 Apr 2022

Grants encourage older people to keep learning

Manurewa Local Board has grants on offer to enable those 55 and over to keep on learning.