The Safari Multicultural playgroup was launched on Wednesday at the Panmure Community Hall.
The Junior Neighbourhood Support Program (JNS), was launched at Te Papapa Primary School on 10 August.
Nicknamed ‘The Post Office’ by locals, the Glen Innes court is the fifth of five basketball courts to be delivered as part of the Spark Boroughs project.
One of the most sophisticated lighting systems on the planet is about to be unveiled at Mt Smart Stadium, giving sports fans a chance to see all the action more vividly.
Consultation on Auckland Council’s 21 draft local board plans closed on Friday 30 June, and community feedback will now be taken into account before the plans are finalised.
Auckland’s stormwater network includes 6500km of pipeline, 146,000 manholes and 6000 catch-pits.
Changes to one of Auckland's busiest motorway interchanges are expected to make it safer and easier for motorists to use.
Excited pupils headed out with their bikes at Oranga Primary School to celebrate the official opening of their Bikes in Schools track, which was completed in January.
The future transformation of Onehunga took an important step today with Auckland Council’s Planning Committee approving an overall plan for its regeneration.
Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board is consulting with stakeholders on options for renewing Panmure Wharf.