Kerbside bin collections will be one day later over the public holiday.
Kerbside bin collections will be one day late from 27 January until 1 February.
With warmer weather and longer days summer is a great time to head outdoors with your dog but expect a fine if you flout the rules, Auckland Council’s Animal Management’s Kerri Fergusson says.
A triathlon event for schoolchildren at Clarks Beach is expected to attract hundreds of competitors.
South Auckland schools, universities, community and iwi groups are encouraged to apply for funding for STEM projects in 2020.
Auckland Transport has completed its annual review of public transport fares which takes effect from 9 February.
Join Music in Parks at the beach, on the lawn and at the rotunda this weekend.
Sixteen promising students have been awarded Manurewa Local Board Rangatahi Youth Scholarships to pursue study.
Just over $30,000 has been awarded in the first round of Hibiscus and Bays Local Board’s small grants funding.
Book online, over the phone or in-person to get rid of your larger waste items.
The return to work can be seen as the end to the summer holiday but it doesn’t need to be.
Most visitors have been well behaved over the summer, helping to protect our region's kauri trees.
Head outdoors and explore Auckland's paths this summer with Akl Paths.
A new year brings new decisions and for those Aucklanders thinking of buying property, Auckland Council is here to help.
Exploring Auckland’s paths are a great opportunity to combine exercise with helping the kids burn off some energy and having some fun.