Protecting Auckland's environment
Motorway truck fire: advice for neighbouring residents
Auckland Council’s Environmental Health specialists have spent the day visiting properties affected by this morning’s (Wednesday 8 March) truck fire on the southern motorway and have some advice for residents.
Plant helps protect Waikato River
A $128million upgrade to the Pukekohe wastewater treatment plant positions the area for further growth, Franklin Ward Auckland Councillor Andy Baker says.
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.
Marty 'nose' the importance of island biosecurity
While working the waterfront in the early hours of Sunday morning, Marty the English Springer’s nose began to twitch, and he knew something was amiss.
Plant assessment gives direction to council conservation
For the first time, Auckland Council has led an assessment of the threat status of vascular plants in the region using the New Zealand Threat Classification System. It’s a comprehensive look at the population size and trends of native species as well as identifying some of the key pressures facing them.
Troops needed for war on moth plant
Moth plant is a pest that is taking hold across the city.
Get on board – waste-wise tips for boaties
Auckland Council is appealing to boaties and leisure craft users to be waste-wise on the water this summer to conserve our oceans and coastlines.
Waste and litter-busting tips for summer
To keep our public spaces beautiful, Auckland Council is encouraging everyone to put litter in its place while out and about.