Auckland Transport wants to find a solution to the issue of car transporters being loaded and unloaded on suburban streets.
All landlords need to ensure their rental properties have ceiling and underfloor insulation or risk penalties.
The second quarterly progress update on the council’s financial management and performance against the 10-year Budget.
The Local Government Commission has upheld Auckland Council’s proposed changes to electoral ward boundaries.
Consultation has now closed on Auckland Council's proposed freedom camping bylaw.
More than 100 people from the building industry attended a small sites expo designed to educated about Auckland's waterways.
If you live and vote in one council district, but also pay rates on a property in another district, you may be eligible to enrol as a non-resident ratepayer elector in that other council district.
Auckland’s RFT is already paying dividends as evidenced by an uptick in growth in public transport use since the tax was introduced.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says Auckland Council is on a recruiting drive for consenting staff to keep pace with the record rate of building in Auckland.
The deadline for landlords to be compliant with the Residential Tenancies Act legislation is 1 July 2019.
Aucklanders can have their say on proposed changes to the Auckland Council Policy on Dogs 2012 and Dog Management Bylaw 2012.
Emily Reeves, road safety advocate and deputy chair of the Auckland City Centre Residents' Group, on the AT speed limit bylaw plans.
Auckland Transport is introducing a mix of paid, P120 and unrestricted spaces around North Shore Hospital.
Auckland Council’s Governing Body confirmed changes to the Public Safety and Nuisance Bylaw to minimise nuisance and safety risks to people when using public places.
AUT's Grant Schofield explains how road speed limits affect the quality of life in our cities.