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Environment 18 Feb 2020

Beating Auckland’s summer waste spike

Each year in Auckland, there is a seasonal spike in the amount of waste and recyclables produced between December and February. In January 2019, we created 17 per cent more recyclable materials and generated 9 per cent more rubbish than on an average month.

Heritage 18 Feb 2020

Two Auckland Council Libraries heritage collections receive UNESCO heritage recognition

The earliest New Zealand land weather records and a 1900s photographic collection have been recognised as being of national significance.

Playgrounds 17 Feb 2020

Manurewa's Keith Park caters for all abilities

Manurewa's Keith Park playground is Auckland's first playspace designed and built so that children of all abilities can enjoy playing together.

17 Feb 2020

Auckland Council seeks changes to Urban Development Bill

Auckland Council submission supports Kāinga Ora, the government’s new agency for urban development, but is asking the Government to consider changes to some of its proposed powers.

17 Feb 2020

Applications for Regional Heritage grants open soon

Applications for this year’s Regional Historic Heritage Grant funding round open on 9 March 2020

Parks / Outdoors 14 Feb 2020

New pedestrian bridge brings public art to Ōtara Creek Reserve

A new pedestrian bridge which doubles as a piece of public art is set to be opened on Thursday in Ōtara.

Cycling 14 Feb 2020

Community bike hub a welcome addition in Glen Innes

Glen Innes's new bike hub follows two similar hubs in West Auckland all devoted to helping get more people cycling.

Transport 14 Feb 2020

Update on train services on Monday afternoon

A fire in a KiwiRail signalling box at Newmarket is continuing to affect some train services this afternoon.

Waste 14 Feb 2020

Aotea locals face landfill capacity challenges

In a bid to drastically reduce the amount of waste going to landfill on Aotea / Great Barrier Island, Auckland Council rolled out major changes to the island’s waste services in July 2019.

Waste 14 Feb 2020

Illegal dumping earns Auckland man community work

A small trucking business operator has been sentenced to 120 hours of community work for illegal dumping in North Auckland.

14 Feb 2020

Going South - a local's guide to summer in south Auckland

Teau Aiturau, founder of Time To Thrive – To Stay Alive, a cycling-focused charitable trust, shares his story and a few of his favourite south Auckland spots.

Environment 14 Feb 2020

Meet Auckland's park protectors

As Aucklanders flock to our 27 stunning regional parks over the summer months, we celebrate four Auckland Council park rangers.

Events500 Results

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.

30 Oct 2022 - 13 Nov 2022

Polish Children in NZ Exhibition

Discover the Polish children’s arrival and early life in wartime New Zealand in this photographic exhibition.

07 Oct 2022 - 08 Oct 2022

What They Said

What They Said unites The New Zealand Dance Company (NZDC) with celebrated Australian choreographer Jo Lloyd for her first work made on a New Zealand company. 

01 Oct 2022 - 16 Oct 2022

Holiday Fun with the Unbelievable School Holiday Programme at Waiheke Library

Join us on an epic mission to explore Waiheke’s mysterious history.

11 Oct 2022

Mr Yipadee Live at New Lynn Library

Join us for an entertaining afternoon of musical storytelling fun. This is a free event for all tamariki and whānau to come along to.

06 Oct 2022

The Corban Family Legacy

Join us in the beautiful Old St Michael's Church on the grounds of Corban Estate to hear Sharon Alexander, daughter of the late Assid and Miriam Corban, talk about the lasting l...