Future Auckland for everyone

Gold medal paralympian Dan Buckingham on creating an inclusive Auckland where everyone gets to enter through the front door.

Considering Auckland's future transport needs

The Harbour Bridge cycling lane can’t come fast enough for Rudi Lange, an avid biker and beekeeper.

Building a safer future on two wheels

Bike Auckland chair Barb Cuthbert is looking forward to a cycling-friendly future for Auckland.

Envisioning the future of Auckland's arts, culture and food

Ghalesha Singh, an events and activations manager, talks about building a diverse, vibrant and forward-thinking city.

Future city centre designs approved for consultation

Aucklanders will have their say on new City Centre Masterplan designs when public consultation opens mid-August.

Auckland Council declared a climate emergency – now what?

Have your say on Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Action Framework. Consultation is open until 6 September 2019.

A rail link to benefit all Aucklanders

The City Rail Link will be the most dramatic leap forward for Auckland’s public transport system since the opening of the Britomart station and introduction of electric trains.

Applications open for Women4Climate mentorship programme

The C40 Cities programme will help women to become expert influencers and mobilise others to accelerate action on climate change.

Aucklander opens home and heart in the city centre

There’s a 30-year age gap between Auckland’s Kathy Ross and Ilia Galperin but the Central city flatmates have an enviable friendship.

Moving from the countryside to the city

Ten years ago, Caity Butcher would have given anything to live in Auckland’s central city. Today, the 22-year-old is making up for lost time.

Our past to the future – rehabilitating Puketutu Island

Watercare is filling a former quarry on Puketutu Island, creating a future park for Aucklanders to enjoy.

Swapping life in Dunedin for Auckland's city centre

OurAuckland talks to residents Dan and Rachel about what it’s like to live in the central city, and what made them move from Dunedin.

Construction to start on historic seawall

Major construction works to strengthen Waitematā Harbour’s historic seawall are due to start this month.

A message from Mayor Phil Goff

In June, Aucklanders reached two important milestones - 100 million public transport trips in the past year, and one million trees planted through the Million Trees Project.

Transforming Māngere-Ōtāhuhu for the future

Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board has recently funded a host of renewal and upgrade projects in the local board area to benefit residents.