Plans / Projects

Business / Economy 16 Apr 2019

Steady progress towards a world-class city

The second quarterly progress update on the council’s financial management and performance against the 10-year Budget.

Plans / Projects 15 Apr 2019

Electoral ward changes will affect some voters in October local elections

The Local Government Commission has upheld Auckland Council’s proposed changes to electoral ward boundaries.

Plans / Projects 12 Apr 2019

Auckland Council scoops top award for local government excellence

Auckland Council has scooped the prestigious Supreme Award at the 2019 McGredy Winder SOLGM Local Government Excellence awards.

Waste 12 Apr 2019

Improved safety for pedestrians at St Georges Road, Avondale

New pedestrian gates near train tracks in Avondale are making it safer for pedestrians, especially school children.

Community 10 Apr 2019

Fresh, people-led approach for smokefree communities

The Environment and Community Committee has approved a plan to develop smokefree communities in Auckland.

Business / Economy 5 Apr 2019

New initiative encourages young people to ‘Go with Tourism’

Young people are being encouraged to consider a career in tourism to help address skills shortages facing NZ's largest export industry.

Transport 5 Apr 2019

Regional Fuel Tax already paying dividends

Auckland’s RFT is already paying dividends as evidenced by an uptick in growth in public transport use since the tax was introduced.

Transport 30 Mar 2019

Improving road safety in Auckland with speed limit changes

Emily Reeves, road safety advocate and deputy chair of the Auckland City Centre Residents' Group, on the AT speed limit bylaw plans.

Transport 29 Mar 2019

Councillor Darby encourages residents to have their say on speed bylaw

Submissions close on Sunday 31 March for Auckland Transport’s consultation on its draft Speed Limit Bylaw.

Environment 27 Mar 2019

Knowing, growing and protecting - a flourishing urban forest for Auckland 

Auckland Council has released a strategy to address the challenges facing our urban forest.

Environment 27 Mar 2019

From the ranges to the sea – engineering safe water

The third in a series of profiles of people working in, on and for Auckland's water - with Watercare Senior Project Engineer Paula Steinmetz.

Transport 26 Mar 2019

Services and passenger trips surge on Auckland’s new transport network

A re-working of Auckland’s public transport network has delivered more services and strong growth in passenger numbers.

Transport 22 Mar 2019

What slower speeds mean for quality of life

AUT's Grant Schofield explains how road speed limits affect the quality of life in our cities.

Environment 19 Mar 2019

Marine pests prompt local hull cleaning rule rethink

The public is being asked for feedback on regulations to stop the spread of marine pests.

Community 8 Mar 2019

Council celebrates progress on International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day, we take a look at some of Auckland Council’s gender equality initiatives.

Policies / Regulations 1 Mar 2019

Top marks for improved quality of council reports

The quality of Auckland Council’s reporting has been assessed as among the best in the country.