The latest media updates from the Office of the Mayor of Auckland.
Mayor hosts and welcomes diplomatic corps, ambassadors and heads of missions to Aotearoa New Zealand
Mayor hosts a reception at Auckland Town Hall on Monday for over 60 diplomatic corps, organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Auckland Council and Tātaki Auckland Unlimited.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown has sent the Auckland Manifesto to political parties ahead of the 2023 General Election.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown says any decision about the future of the Regional Fuel Tax (RFT) needs to be made with Auckland Council.
A faster, less congested, more resilient, low carbon transport system for goods and people is on its way for Auckland, with Mayor Wayne Brown and Minister of Transport David Parker confirming their vision and priorities
Mayor and Councillors agree to propose legislation to take back control of Auckland’s transport system for Auckland
The Governing Body voted to accept the Mayor’s recommendation that the council support legislation to fix the governance of Auckland’s transport system, including by taking the initiative to promote a local bill with a ready-made solution.
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown is pleased that the draft Government Policy Statement on Transport, released today, shows the Government is listening and responding to Auckland's priorities for transport.
Mayor Wayne Brown and Council’s Governing Body met again this week to consider credible options for the release of parts of the Port footprint back to Council so that it can be developed for the enjoyment of all Aucklanders and provide better acce...
Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown says negotiations for a cost sharing agreement for voluntary buying outs of high-risk (Category 3) residential properties in the region are progressing, and he is optimistic the two parties will reach a resolution soon.