Auckland Council’s Governing Body has confirmed items for consultation for the proposed Annual Budget 2023/2024, which will go for public consultation early next year.
Mayor Wayne Brown has released his draft proposal for the Auckland Council Group’s Annual Budget 2023/2024.
Auckland Council’s Value for Money Committee has today reported that the council has exceeded its saving target for the 2021/2022 financial year – one month ahead of schedule.
Closing the accounts at the end of the financial year (30 June) will be the last step in completing the sale of AIM Services.
The impact of Omicron in the region increased the pressure on Auckland Council’s operations and finances, as reflected in the council’s financial results for the nine months to the end of March 2022.
Auckland Council’s second quarter results confirm the continued impact of the pandemic and unfavourable economic factors.
More than 3000 Aucklanders have already submitted feedback on Auckland Council’s proposed 2022/23 Annual Budget, but time is running out to have your say.
As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainable finance initiatives, Auckland Council has converted an existing $200 million standby facility into its first sustainability linked loan.
International Women’s Day is a chance to celebrate women’s achievements, and this year’s theme recognises the contribution of wahine around the world who are leading the charge on climate change adaptation, mitigation and response, to build a more sustainable future for all.
Waste recommendations and decisions are guided by the ultimate goal of zero waste.
Auckland Council’s interim report for the first six months to the end of December 2021 shows that many of the pressures forecast in our recovery budget are materialising.
Auckland Council’s interim report for the first six months to the end of December confirms many of the pressures forecast in our recovery budget have materialised.
Auckland Council has saved $12.8 million in IT costs by developing its own multi-cloud data centre platform, and there are more savings to come.
Summer in Tāmaki Makaurau
To provide some inspiration for the warm longer days, here are 50 free activities from across the region for you to enjoy a fun-filled summer in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Response efforts have been ongoing as Aucklanders continue to clean up and assess the impacts of Friday’s storm which lashed the region and delivered record rainfall.
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Auckland Council Chief Executive Jim Stabback says that while the damage assessments and clean-up of Auckland, including much-loved open spaces and community facilities, is progressing well, Aucklanders should be aware that there’s still a lot to be done.
For the first time, Auckland Council has led an assessment of the threat status of vascular plants in the region using the New Zealand Threat Classification System. It’s a comprehensive look at the population size and trends of native species as well as identifying some of the key pressures facing them.
Chris O’Brien, partner and two ‘cat children’ – Lady and Earl Grey - are happy with their life in midtown. The young professionals who came to Auckland after eleven years in London, managed to buy an apartment in the High Street district 18 months ago.
One of eight Transformational Moves in the City Centre Masterplan, the Harbour Edge Stitch is making spectacular progress in uniting Auckland’s waterfront with the city centre.
This summer there’s no need to look across the Tasman for the street vibe of Melbourne’s laneways. Our very own joined-up laneways network is right on your doorstep.
Affectionately called ‘the pav’ and described as a festive chess board, Santa’s kaleidoscope and a rainbow Parthenon, the Christmas pavilion in place at the lower end of Queen Street – at Te Komititanga square - is turning heads and captivating hearts.
The WW1 Memorial Beacon, recently returned to the northern side of Quay Street, is the earliest known built monument to the Great War to be erected in New Zealand.
25 November 2022 marks a significant milestone in the life of Queen Street, as the upgrades from Mayoral Drive to Shortland Street are complete, and Aucklanders and visitors can experience a more people-friendly, green and spacious street.
Parks and Playgrounds
Auckland’s regional parks are a treasure trove of unique experiences. Enjoy the best of the region with these hidden gems, all within easy driving distance of the central city.
These baches are lovingly managed by Auckland Council, providing the perfect combination of country and coast, all barely an hour from Auckland.
Auckland has a growing network of cycleways, shared paths, and bus lanes that mix in with our existing roads and footpaths. With so many different types of road users using the same space, there is a real need for everyone to be considerate, slow down, and use common sense out there.
After over fifty years of combined service for accessibility on public transport in Tamaki Makaurau, two of Auckland Transport’s longest serving members from the highly respected internal advisory groups are heading off to their well-deserved retirements.
With the Big Auckland Clean Up underway after the recent flooding, we are reminding residents not to put gas bottles, rechargeable batteries, and other hazardous waste out for collection.
Take the test and find out what items should always go in your recycling bin.