Technology / Innovation
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.
IT gets a taste of Samoan flair
A group of senior Manurewa Samoan residents has grasped the opportunity to join the digital age.
Auckland welcomes first Māori/Pasifika operated Community Recycling Centre
Residents who live in Onehunga and its neighbouring suburbs can now do their part to help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.
Crime-busting efforts praised
Papakura's CCTV is proving a powerful tool in the fight against crime.
Māngere's swarming midge fly problem gone
The pesky midge fly population on the Māngere foreshore is at its lowest ever, thanks to the innovation of a Watercare environmental scientist determined to reduce chemicals in pest control.
Council saves $12.8 million with technology innovation
Auckland Council has saved $12.8 million in IT costs by developing its own multi-cloud data centre platform, and there are more savings to come.
Wiri on the world stage
A project that brings iwi together with Auckland Council to regenerate the Puhinui area bordering Manurewa and Manukau has been recognised on the world stage.
Hays Creeks Dam returns
A long abandoned water treatment plant in the Hunua Ranges will soon be supplying millions of litres of water to Auckland's network, as Watercare returns the Hays Creek Dam to service.
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