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Council news 21 Mar 2022

Council expecting pressures to continue as second quarter results released

Auckland Council’s second quarter results confirm the continued impact of the pandemic and unfavourable economic factors.

Business / Economy 16 Mar 2022

Time running out to have your say on our Annual Budget

More than 3000 Aucklanders have already submitted feedback on Auckland Council’s proposed 2022/23 Annual Budget, but time is running out to have your say.

Waste 15 Mar 2022

Annual Budget consultation - waste services in Rodney

Auckland Council is proposing a regionwide rates-funded rubbish collection service, which could introduce a council rubbish collection in Rodney in the financial year 2024/2025.

Waste 15 Mar 2022

Annual Budget consultation - waste in Papakura and south Auckland

Auckland Council is proposing a regionwide rates-funded rubbish collection service. For Papakura, this would mean a change from a ‘pay as you throw’ bin tag system to a rates-funded service in 2024.

Council news 15 Mar 2022

Auckland Council continues to expand sustainable finance initiatives

As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainable finance initiatives, Auckland Council has converted an existing $200 million standby facility into its first sustainability linked loan.

Have your say 9 Mar 2022

Councillor encourages local input in Annual Budget decision-making

Howick Ward Councillor Sharon Stewart is urging people to provide feedback on Auckland Council’s proposed Annual Budget that sets spending priorities for 2022-2023.

Council news 8 Mar 2022

Leading the way in sustainable finance this International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is a chance to celebrate women’s achievements, and this year’s theme recognises the contribution of wahine around the world who are leading the charge on climate change adaptation, mitigation and response, to build a more sustainable future for all.

Finance 7 Mar 2022

Annual Budget Focus: Local Board decision making

Auckland Council is proposing to give local boards greater responsibility for deciding on local services that best suit the needs of their communities.