Deep in the heart of Auckland’s Central City Library is a little-known treasure trove of valuable letters, photographs, and yes, books.
OurAuckland goes behind the scenes with two of Auckland Museum's 300 volunteers.
Members of Auckland Council’s Environment and Community Committee were today unanimous in their support to increase the councils Regional Historic Heritage Fund, voting to increase the fund from the current $84,000 fund to an amount of up to $500,000.
Proposed Plan Change 26 relates to the Special Character Areas Overlay of the Auckland Unitary Plan.
A new exhibition at the New Zealand Maritime Museum celebrates John Street, one of the NZ's most recognised maritime identities.
Vector Lights and a field of 171 commemorative crosses will form part of Anzac Day events throughout Auckland.
To celebrate our people’s history, we hear stories directly from the community.
Auckland Council releases cultural heritage sector review discussion document examining funding and governance arrangements for Auckland's five major cultural heritage institutions.
Auckland Council is calling on Aucklanders to give their feedback on how the region's freshwater should be managed. Consultation is open between 13 June and 17 July.
Auckland Council has unveiled the artist’s impressions of a groundbreaking new work of public art set to transform a utilitarian underpass at the northern end of Myers Park into an interactive experience of light and sound.
Have your say on proposed changes to the city’s planning rulebook – the Auckland Unitary Plan in response to central government direction for greater housing density across the city.
This quarter’s edition of the Auckland Economic Quarterly looks at how cities create value and explores how well we might be fulfilling our potential in Auckland.
Cycling is a great way of cutting carbon emissions, but if you’ve never used pedal power to get around, it can seem a bit daunting.
In the largest example on a council-owned building, Auckland Council has installed a living ‘green roof’ featuring more than 2000 plants on top of the central Auckland Library.
More than 11,500 Aucklanders had their say in the consultation on Auckland Council’s 2022/2023 Annual Budget, almost triple the number of responses received in the preceding annual budget consultation.
Future climate leaders in the film, construction and urban design industries are among the ten women selected to participate in the C40 Auckland Women4Climate Mentorship Programme.
The Freedom Camping in Vehicles Bylaw 2022 will come into effect on 1 September 2022.
Auckland Council have teamed up with LINZ to adopt the new Landonline Notice of Change of Ownership portal.
Community consultation on a proposed fee-based permit for vehicle access to Muriwai Beach will run from 13 June to 8 July 2022.