Auckland Council endorses Mayor Phil Goff’s Emergency Budget proposal

Emergency Budget 2020/2021 responds to the $750 million fiscal hole caused by the COVID-19 crisis and the urgent need for more water infrastructure.

Have your say on your community’s future

Local boards are inviting Aucklanders to give them feedback on their draft local board plans to make sure they reflect what is important to you.

Water use down but restrictions continue for Auckland

As of 13 July, water levels in Auckland’s nine water collection dams remain at a record low, sitting at 57.4 per cent.

LB Test


The Weekly Mix

A line-up of local musicians, DJs and ensembles twice a week.

New Community Transport Hub approved for Warkworth

A new park and ride facility in Warkworth will bring new community benefits to the area such as car parks, bike racks, and bus stops.

Kids Only Market – Sandringham

Kids are selling pre-loved books,clothes,games, food, fresh produce, baking and heaps more.

Auckland’s tree canopy cover grows by 60 hectares

Thousands of native plants in public parks and open spaces across the city have been planted by Auckland business and community groups working together with the council to revegetate and regenerate our environment.

Kaukapakapa Village Market

Head to Kaukapakapa for a lively and fun morning out for the family.

Manurewa Local Board supports study for older residents

Fourteen older residents will make use of Manurewa Local Board’s Lifelong Learning Fund to take up studies.

Kumeu Market

Located on a great tranquil and farm setting, this market has food, baking and home-made NZ crafts.

Postponement of Auckland Council 2020 revaluation

The Valuer-General has agreed to Auckland Council’s request to defer its 2020 general revaluation for one year because of difficulties caused by COVID-19.

Secret Museum Tour

Ever wonder what’s hiding in the basement of Auckland Museum?

Auckland Council welcomes Government funding for recycling infrastructure

$124 million investment good news for environment and economy.

Slice of Life: The World-Famous Dunedin Study at MOTAT

This exhibition parallels the participants' lives through the decades, telling the story of the study, its research methods, and its findings.

Final decision-making process for Auckland Council’s $750 million fiscal hole starts

Decision-making for this year’s Emergency Budget has been one of the toughest in the history of Auckland Council, said Mayor Phil Goff, as councillors have worked to plug a $750 million fiscal hole.

Going West Festival – Voices of Aotearoa

Tune in to Going West Festival's Voices of Aotearoa podcast series.

Community bike fund open for applications

Community groups around Auckland can now apply for a fund which encourages more people to ride bikes, more often.

Auckland Transport correcting Holidays Act miscalculations for current and former employees

Auckland Transport wants to contact former employees affected by Holidays Act 2003 miscalculations.

Plan ahead for the Western Line closure from Friday to Sunday

Western Line train customers need to start planning their journey for this Friday 17 July, as important rail work means a full three-day closure.

A shout-out from SUSO to schools: apply now

Auckland’s secondary school music showcase is back, but not as you know it, and is looking for entries for 2020.

Manurewa groups get board grants

More than $18,000 has been allocated to community groups under the Manurewa Local Board Quick Response Grants scheme.

Manurewa's business association receives support

The Manurewa Business Association has been granted $12,500 towards developing a five-year strategic plan.

Matakawau recycling drop-off site to close

The Matakawau recycling drop-off spot, shut during the COVID-19 lockdown, is to close permanently.

Staying safe while exploring all Auckland has to offer

School holidays are upon us and after the COVID-19 lockdown, getting outdoors to connect with nature with family might be the very thing that is needed.