Smoke testing, site inspections and increased funding are helping to combat issues with water quality in Takapuna.
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.
Meet Andrew Hayton, Auckland's Harbourmaster, in our last profile of people working in, on and around water in Auckland.
A new seawall will help tackle erosion at Algies Bay and protect the foreshore for years to come.
Decisions have been made about placing pontoons for swimmers around Browns Bay and Little Manly Beach.
The second in a series of profiles of people working in, on and for Auckland's water - from the ranges to the sea.
$500 Rebel Sport voucher up for grabs.
Repairs are continuing on flood defences and other infrastructure after damage caused by storms in January 2018.
A place of such beauty, in need of our protection and care.
Checking in with conservation work protecting a population of dotterels in Piha.
A report detailing how coastal erosion can be managed has been received by Howick Local Board.
A plastic-free project is taking off in the Ōrākei local board area supported by local businesses and residents.
Residents and local board members are appealing for people to follow signs and regulations to keep beaches clean.
Members of the Forum will appear at Onehunga Festival to educate the public about keeping Manukau Harbour clean.
Volunteers are being sought to help with a community cleanup of Onehunga harbour during Seaweek 2019.