Vote moves public reserves closer to sale

By Chris Harrowell and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air Auckland Council has moved one step closer to being...

Fight to protect aquatic life

Work is under way to prevent the ecological damage that's contributed to the deaths of aquatic life in east Auckland's waterways. About 30 eels were...

Developer appeals Sandspit Rd decision

  The property developer seeking to construct 71 apartments on land zoned for nine single houses on Sandspit Road has now appealed to the Environment...

Getting their hands dirty

    Local primary students recently got down and dirty planting young native flaxes and trees as part of the Trees for Survival initiative. Under the Trees...

Remaining water restrictions lifted in Auckland

Water restrictions have ended in Auckland. Auckland Council’s governing body unanimously agreed to lift the region’s remaining outdoor water restrictions following a report from Watercare. Remaining...

Rubbish dumped outside charity store

Some people are taking advantage of the latest Covid-19 lockdown to de-clutter their homes, but not in a way that's productive or legal. Large piles...

School buzzing with activity

To bee or not to bee? It took a lot of convincing and almost four years to happen and now Botany Downs Primary School is...

‘Govt needs to be more ambitious with its plans to restore...

The Hauraki Gulf Forum welcomes today’s announcement of the Government’s long-awaited response to the Sea Change Tai Timu Tai Pari plan for the Hauraki...

Students win cash prizes for destroying moth pods

Six local schools, 10 teams and 38 students from different schools were all on a mission to banish an invasive species of moth pods...

Motion to protect reserve from future sale rejected

By Chris Harrowell and Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air An attempt to prevent Auckland Council from potentially being...

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