Protecting Auckland's environment
Auckland Council will provide a refund of $22.77 to 230,000 households that will not receive its inorganic collection service within the current 2015/2016 financial year (ending 30 June 2016).
Auckland has been recognised globally as a city on the move, being named for the first time in JLL’s top 20 City Momentum Index.
If you’ve been told that you have to replace your fireplace or wood burner for the winter of 2016, you don’t. There is currently no ban on the use of open fireplaces or wood burners in Auckland.
A free community event to acknowledge the contribution of community volunteers, as well as network and share ideas.
A free community event to clean up the Hibiscus Coast on World Environment Day.
Bring your family and friends to help plant trees and keep Auckland green.
Help rangers and volunteers plant the trees raised by Tāwharanui Open Sanctuary Society Inc.
Get outside with your friends and whānau to plant native trees and shrubs to restore the whenua.
Sonja Drake shares exquisite watercolours of Wairau Creek and the Mairangi Bay waterways.