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Transport 21 Nov 2019

Colourful streetscape makes Sale Street safer for all

Large polka dots, squiggly lines and colourful planter boxes are some of the unconventional tools we are using to create a safer environment for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.

Housing 23 Oct 2019

Have you heard about Own-Your-Own Unit?

Own-Your-Own Unit provides affordable housing options for our older (and wiser) Aucklanders.

Arts 9 Oct 2019

Step into heritage with our city public art trail

Discover Auckland's artistic heritage with our free art trail.

Waste 9 Sep 2019

70 tonnes of food scraps already collected in Papakura

Papakura's food waste collection service is diverting substantial amounts of waste from landfill.

Transport 31 Jul 2019

The watchman of Auckland’s trains

Lance Lochner is helping Aucklanders get from A to B safely, overseeing the city's public transport surveillance team.

Libraries 31 Jul 2019

Behind the scenes with the Auckland Libraries heritage team

Meet the people preserving the history and collections held in our city's libraries.

Community 31 Jul 2019

Interview: Alice Taupau, TRC

Alice Taupau, who manages the Tāmaki Jobs and Skills Hub in Glen Innes.

Community 31 Jul 2019

Funding boost for Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice Bureau Auckland City has secured additional funds following a rise in the service's use.

Policies / Regulations 12 Jun 2019

Auckland Council's proposed freedom camping bylaw

Consultation has now closed on Auckland Council's proposed freedom camping bylaw.

Walkways 4 Jun 2019

Which Auckland path will you follow?

Discover more than 200 walking and cycle paths with the Akl Paths website.

Walkways 4 Jun 2019

Get together on these south Auckland walks

Take a stroll on these six south Auckland walks and check out AklPaths for more places to explore.

Walkways 4 Jun 2019

Get together on these central Auckland walks

Take a look at our list of seven walks to explore in central Auckland and on Waiheke Island.

Events500 Results

09 Oct 2022 - 16 Oct 2022

Harakeke Raranga (Weaving) for Beginners with Kaipātiki Project

Over the three days, students will learn all the basics needed to start your raranga journey.

10 Oct 2022

Nee Naw New Zealand Tour

Singing, dancing, musical comedy and a chance for kids to read, sing and bounce along.

04 Oct 2022

School Holidays – Unbelievable Ed Hillary

Children aged 5-13 years can utilise their fine motor skills and imagination to create a wonderful craft.

05 Oct 2022

School Holidays – Steampunk

Use creative instincts and abilities along with recycled discarded objects to create steampunk masks.

11 Oct 2022

School Holidays – Frankentoys

Children aged 5-13 years can create wonderful crafts.

01 Oct 2022 - 15 Oct 2022

Discover Symonds Street Cemetery

Take a guided walk and learn about the Auckland’s oldest cemetery.

05 Oct 2022 - 12 Oct 2022

Symonds St Cemetery: Kids Trail

Children can take a tour through the hidden gardens of Symonds Street Cemetery and learn about the fascinating stories of the past. 

09 Oct 2022

Karangahape: My Village

Join Samoan historian Sofi Pua on this entertaining free walking tour along Karangahape Road.

04 Oct 2022

K' Road presents: Red-light History

Learn about the history and culture of K Road.

07 Oct 2022 - 09 Oct 2022

Outlier Festival 2022

Outlier Festival presents three days of genre-spanning music reflecting the diversity of Aotearoa’s experimental electronic music scene.

05 Oct 2022 - 14 Oct 2022

Harbour Hockey and Youthtown Sports Holiday Programme

Each day will feature morning and afternoon hockey sessions that are broken into age/skills appropriate groups.

04 Oct 2022 - 22 Oct 2022

Through the Lens of a Quirky Imagination- A Phantasmagorical View of Pandemic Life Exhibition by Kathy Servian

Through the Lens of a Quirky Imagination- A Phantasmagorical View of Pandemic Life is a personal reflection on nearly three years living with COVID-19.