Technology / Innovation
Ports gets funding for hydrogen vehicles
Government funding boost for hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Papakura's swimming pools go solar
New Zealand’s largest solar-powered swimming pool heating system is now in place at Massey Aquatic Centre.
Closing the gap - sediment control from the start
The Strategic Approach to Sediment programme was developed by staff during 2018 and endorsed by the Environment and Community Committee in December 2018. This was in recognition of the need to develop regional scale mechanisms to drive a reversal of the environmental decline caused by sediment runoff into freshwater and coastal receiving environments.
Register now for Kaipātiki's Citizen Science Month
Kaipātiki Local Board and Pest Free Kaipātiki are inviting residents of all ages to get involved and register for this year's upcoming Citizen Science Month.
Preparing for a future ready Auckland
The Future Ready Summit brings together employers, educators and young people to plan for the future of work in New Zealand.
First America’s Cup infrastructure milestone complete
The first key milestone has been reached on the project creating the stage for the 36th America’s Cup in Auckland in 2021.
Success for Great Barrier's solar power system
Great Barrier Local Board’s solar power system has exceeded expectations.
Measuring the Māori economy
Māori enterprise is worth nearly $40 billion, and growing faster than the overall economy, according to recent estimates.
Mandarin Computer Class
Learn the basic skills on how to use a computer, smart phone, iPad, and more.