Protecting Auckland's environment

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Transport 24 Nov 2015

Five years of progress in Franklin

Franklin Local Board has taken the bull by the horns and delivered some great local wins in its first five years.

Environment 24 Nov 2015

Council’s commitment to energy savings

Auckland Council has announced a commitment to improve the way it uses energy, as part of a three-year partnership with the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).

Environment 17 Nov 2015

Awards open to Auckland farmers

Auckland Council has partnered with the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust, so that the region’s farmers and horticulturists are eligible to enter the 2016 Ballance Farm Environment Awards – with entries open until 31 October.

Environment 17 Nov 2015

Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill planting symbol of new Auckland

A tree will soon again stand on the tihi (summit) of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill.

Beaches 17 Nov 2015

Auckland scorecard up 19 per cent

Aucklanders are enjoying better public transport, higher incomes, are better educated and have cleaner beaches.

Environment 2 Nov 2015

Council to help with illegal dumping 'hot spot'

Auckland Council is offering to help a private landowner in efforts to deter future dumping at an illegal dumping ‘hot spot’ in Robertson Rd, Mangere.

Environment 30 Oct 2015

Zoo Tales: A very tired turtle

Auckland Zoo's vets care for a sea turtle that washed up on 90 Mile Beach – tired, hungry and dehydrated.

Beaches 29 Oct 2015

Government urged to protect our marine environment

On October 29 Auckland Council approved its submission to the government on the areas proposed to be offered for petroleum exploration permit applications in 2016.

Events32 Results

20 Aug 2022

Stanley Point Clean Up

Grab a rubbish bag and help clean up Stanley Bay.

20 Aug 2022

Tiritiri Matangi Island: Author Talk with Anne Rimmer

Hear author and scientist Anne Rimmer discuss the books she has written.

20 Aug 2022

Tree Planting Day: Gift-a-Tree

A festive day in Eskdale Reserve to plant over 400 trees.

20 Aug 2022 - 15 Oct 2022

Kids and Bees Educational Class

Step inside the magic of a beehive and learn all about what makes our incredible bees so special.

21 Aug 2022

Nature Play – Myers Park

Connecting kids and families to nature through exploring local parks and school grounds.

27 Aug 2022

Re:generate Fashion Market Te Atatū Peninsula

Fifty stalls of quality pre-loved fashion and accessories.

27 Aug 2022

SW4CA Workshop #19: Songwriting & Kaitiakitanga w. Jean Yern

Conversations, learning, songwriting exercises and sharing.

03 Sep 2022

Te Ara Tahuna Ōrewa Estuary Bike Tour

A free guided ecological bike tour around the beautiful Ōrewa estuary.