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Local board approves four Three Kings road names
New road names connect residents to historic and cultural ties of Three Kings.
Two parks win international award again in Waitākere Ranges
Both parks have been recipients of this award multiple times since 2014, with Waikumete being the first cemetery in the southern hemisphere to win the award.
Auckland Council appeals to the public after 205-year-old Crimean War Cannon stolen
Auckland Council is appealing to the public after a 205-year-old Crimean War Cannon was stolen in the early hours of Thursday morning from Okahu Bay.
Over $55,000 awarded to Puketāpapa community
More than $290,000 in grants was requested in this funding round.
Celebrating 1047 new city centre trees this Arbour Day
It’s Arbour Day on 5 June, the day that our majestic, silent, green, shade-givers and carbon absorbers get their time in the sun.
Auckland Council to begin engagement with high-risk properties
Auckland Council will start to communicate with homeowners affected by the extreme weather from 12 June about their initial risk categorisation, following more clarity being provided by the government today.
Rates relief granted to uninhabitable Auckland properties
Auckland Council has today paid out around $1.3 million in rates relief to properties left uninhabitable as a result of the flood and cyclone events.
Auckland Council allocates the $2 million Local Crime Fund to local boards and Business Improvement Districts
Auckland Council’s Regulatory and Safety Committee has approved the allocation of the $2 million Local Crime Fund from central government to local boards and Business Improvement Districts (BID) across the region.
Mayor announces final budget proposal to control rates, protect services and pay down debt
In a speech to Auckland residents on Thursday morning, Mayor Brown set out a path to pay down $2billion debt, keep rates at inflation, protect core services valued by Aucklanders, cut waste and start to steady the council’s books.
Favona fire: an update from Auckland Council on the monitoring and compliance response
A message from Mervyn Chetty, Auckland Council General Manager, Licensing & Regulatory Compliance.
Recovery work continues in Auckland’s western regional parks
The Auckland Anniversary weekend floods and Cyclone Gabrielle resulted in damage in some areas of our regional parks. For safety reasons, Muriwai Regional Park currently remains closed and there is no access to multiple tracks in the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park.
10 outdoor activities to make the most of your local green space
Whether it's mindful meditation or fun family games, here are some great outdoor activities to try at your local park.
Mandarin Computer Class
Learn the basic skills on how to use a computer, smart phone, iPad, and more.
Book Club - Kumeū Library
Join our book club to open up a world of discovery.
Learn Chinese Language and Culture
Participants will learn the language and culture in an enjoyable and relaxed environment.
Chinese digital device classes 中文平板电脑及智能手机使用课程
Learn to use basic operation of tablets and smartphones.
Meditation in Motion with Tai Chi Hibiscus
Everyone is welcome to participate!
Join Sunshine Kid Club for some exciting mandarin stories and songs.
English as a second language classes
Join friendly beginner sessions to build your confidence in English
An Evening of Beautiful Music
Beautiful Classical Music featuring one of New Zealand’s best musical partnerships performing exquisite music.