Auckland Council yesterday agreed to adopt the Consultation Document for its Emergency Budget 2020/2021, with public feedback open from mid-day today until 19 June 2020.
Of the more than 10,000 people who have spent time in managed isolation or quarantine in Auckland, Hamiltonian Tyler Parker is something of an outlier.
Week two of Alert Level 2 sees more businesses reopening, children returning to school and more people heading back to their places of work. As a result, the region’s roads and public spaces are busier than they have been since lockdown began and Aucklanders should all take extra care when out and about.
New financial analysis reveals that Auckland could have a shortfall of more than half a billion dollars in revenue over the next financial year as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
A summary of today's Emergency Committee decisions
Auckland Council’s dog walking guidance has been updated to reflect the move to Alert Level 2.
Voluntary pay cuts and an operating model review are among new measures announced today by Auckland Council to reduce the financial impact of COVID-19.
Getting scooting again means everyone taking extra care with safety.
Libraries and fitness centres open progressively from 20 May with special health measures in place.
Support for jobs and a big boost for social housing in this year’s budget are the two most important provisions for Auckland, says Mayor Phil Goff.