Shining neon light on the regeneration of midtown
With City Rail Link the catalyst, midtown is being reborn. Auckland Council’s city centre programmes team will soon announce the next stage of the Midtown Regeneration programme, a series of projects preparing local streets and public spaces for tens of thousands of people who will pour into the area once City Rail Link’s Te Waihorotiu Station is operational.
15 genres of music arrive in midtown as Real Groovy sets up shop
Since iconic music store Real Groovy set up at 19 Victoria Street West, above Countdown, the tempo of Auckland’s original arts precinct has recalibrated up a notch.
Howick members watch reservoir take shape
A new water reservoir being built at Redoubt Road will add millions of litres of capacity to the city's supply.
Juggling, hula hoops, frisbee games and water play come to Myers Park
Midtown residents and visitors have heaps of great activities to enjoy on their doorstep throughout the summer months.
Rain drain: Northcote’s new stormwater infrastructure tested to the max
The record-breaking downpour in Auckland tested Northcote’s new stormwater infrastructure to the max.
Submissions open on Beachlands plan
A private plan change being sought around land in Beachlands could open the way for more than 3000 new dwellings.
Board committed to Te Mahia upgrade
Rising costs have hit an upgrade at Te Mahia Station but Manurewa Local Board remains committed to the project.
Tūrama returns to Queen Street in February
Four-year old Ali Sabri is one of many Aucklanders thrilled to learn that four elements of Tūrama will return to Queen Street on 3 February, ushering in a significant month for Māori in Tāmaki Makaurau.