Protecting Auckland's environment
West Auckland’s new connection
Auckland Transport has revealed plans for a new shared path connecting New Lynn to Avondale.
Grafton Bridge taxi trial to end
Auckland Transport has decided to stop the Grafton Bridge taxi trial and return Grafton Bridge to a bus lane only between the hours of 7am and 7pm.
Pest-free homecoming for tiny robins
The birdsong of the native North Island robins, or toutouwai, will once again fill Shakespear Open Sanctuary following the release of the first pairs into their new pest-free home.
North Shore Resource Centre supports local community
For the past 36 years, the North Shore Resource Centre has supported North Shore schools, early childhood centres and community groups with cheap or free resources.
Watch what happens to your inorganics collection
Find out what happens to your inorganics collection.
Māori urban design expert joins the council
This week Auckland Council welcomed new staff member Phil Wihongi. Phil joins the council as the Mana Whenua Urban Design Principal Specialist for the Auckland Design Office. OurAuckland caught up with Phil to find out about his background and what the role entails.
Change to dog access on Waiheke protects endangered penguins
Restrictions to dog off-leash areas aim to protect the Little Blue Penguin.
Professor Brian Greene – The Twilight of Time: A Cosmic Journey to Eternity
A reminder that the vastness of our universe cares little for human beings, so it’s up to us to take charge of our destiny.
Working Bee at the OMG Urban Farm – EcoFest
Discover the potential and wonder that plants and soil microbes have to offer!
New Volunteer Induction Session - EcoFest
Join a Volunteer Induction Session before starting to volunteer.
Preserving 101 Workshop
Learn about all the practical methods tutor Ellen Schindler from TinyFootprint has applied in her home.
Waiheke Community Resource Recovery Park TOUR – EcoFest
See waste reduction in action, and learn how to reduce your waste.
Afro - Family Fun Day
The “AFRO FAMILY FUN DAY” is an annual family fun day event sponsored by the Ghanaian Community in Auckland.
Dodgy Weeds and What to do with them - EcoFest
Learn all about dodgy weeds and what to do with them, including how they get into pristine sites and spot them when small, with our helpful booklets from Ecomatters.
Free Multi-sensory Walk the Talk
Immerse yourself and your whānau into the world of interactive storytelling, with nature being the leading guide on the journey.