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Auckland Council decides on future of AIM Services

Auckland Council has agreed to put its maintenance services business unit, AIM Services (AIMS), up for sale.

Council news

Two new board directors appointed at Auckland Unlimited

Auckland Council has appointed two new directors to the board of its council-controlled organisation, Auckland Unlimited, meaning it now has a full complement of nine members.

Updated 4pm, Thu 1 July
Council news

Papatoetoe tornado response wraps up and moves into recovery phase

As the Papatoetoe tornado response officially wraps up, help and support continues to be there for those that need it.

Civil Defence / Emergency Management

Mayoral Relief Fund to support Aucklanders affected by tornado

Auckland Council and the Government have allocated $100,000 each to a Mayoral Relief Fund to support people and families experiencing hardship due to the Papatoetoe tornado.

Council news

Settlement on venue booking court action

On 1 June 2021 Auckland Council received a booking from the Speak Up for Women group, for the use of the Ellen Melville Centre on 27 June. The booking was for a meeting to discuss the government’s proposal to pass the Births Deaths Marriage and Relationships Registration Bill into law.

City Centre Waterfront

Next three stages of Queen Street improvements gather pace

A timeline for the next three stages of improvements to Queen Street, from Shortland Street to Mayoral Drive, was announced by Auckland Council and Auckland Transport today. The programme of improvements will be complete by the end of June 2022.

Development

Auckland named as finalist in Bloomberg Philanthropies 2021 Global Mayors Challenge

Auckland is one of 50 Champion Cities selected today as finalists in the 2021 Global Mayors Challenge, a global innovation competition that identifies and accelerates the most ambitious ideas developed by cities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

14-24 year olds

From banners to bags

Old flags and bunting used to advise of events and liven Papakura's streets are being returned to the town as shopping bags.