More than 24,000 food packages were prepared by Auckland Council catering staff and distributed to the city’s homeless and vulnerably housed people during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Since being established at the start of April, the Spark Arena distribution centre has played a critical role in Tāmaki Makaurau’s COVID-19 response.
Auckland Council has welcomed New Zealand’s move to Alert Level 1 but warns that the impact of COVID-19 will continue to affect the reopening of some of its much-loved community facilities.
As the region moves towards recovery, Auckland Emergency Management is scaling back its response to COVID-19, but there will still be support in place for those who need it.
Auckland Transport services are largely returning to normal operations following NZ's move to Alert Level 1.
Aucklanders across the region are responding in record numbers to Auckland’s Emergency Budget 2020/2021.
Updates from across Auckland, including ongoing water restrictions, libraries and pools reopening, and support and welfare information.
Public feedback is open on Auckland's Emergency Budget 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.