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Housing 29 May 2019

Landlord insulation deadline: Assessing your property

Part two of a series helping landlords insulate their rental properties and avoid fines by the 1 July deadline.

Environment 29 May 2019

Landlord insulation deadline: What this means

Part one of a series helping landlords insulate their rental properties by the 1 July deadline.

Community 24 May 2019

Lack of accessible housing a key issue for Disability Advisory Panel

Auckland Council's Disability Advisory Panel recently discussed the theme of accessible housing throughout the region.

Transport 23 May 2019

The link between safer streets and healthy kids

Professor Erica Hinckson writes about the importance of kids staying active and healthy, and the role that transport can play.

Sports / Leisure 15 May 2019

Netball, table tennis, hockey and BMX among sports to receive $5m council funding

Auckland Council has agreed $5 million in funding to eight sports organisations across Auckland in the first funding round from its new Sports and Recreation Fund.

Community 13 May 2019

Making Auckland an age-friendly city

Auckland Council is inviting older people to share their ideas on ways to help make Auckland an age-friendly city.

Transport 10 May 2019

Creating healthy travel options in Tāmaki Makaurau

The Healthy Streets Alliance Auckland wants streets to be slower and safer for everyone.

Dogs 8 May 2019

Last days to have your say on Auckland’s dog rules

Aucklanders can have their say on proposed changes to the Auckland Council Policy on Dogs 2012 and Dog Management Bylaw 2012.

Food / Drink 3 May 2019

Easter licensing laws explained

Auckland Council’s alcohol licensing inspectors carried out checks on Good Friday and Easter Sunday to ensure the law was being followed.

Community 3 May 2019

Auckland - is it the best place for Pasifika to live?

A recent debate provided a forum to discuss issues of importance to Pacific communities, including housing, civic participation and belonging.

Housing 23 Apr 2019

Consents hit record high in Auckland

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says Auckland Council is on a recruiting drive for consenting staff to keep pace with the record rate of building in Auckland.

Transport 17 Apr 2019

Car transporters parking under investigation

Auckland Transport wants to find a solution to the issue of car transporters being loaded and unloaded on suburban streets.

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.

Transport 5 Apr 2019

Have your say on new speed limits

AT Chief Executive Shane Ellison encourages you to give feedback on proposed speed limit changes

Community 5 Apr 2019

Do you live in one area and pay rates on a property in another?

If you live and vote in one council district, but also pay rates on a property in another district, you may be eligible to enrol as a non-resident ratepayer elector in that other council district.