Plan your long weekend with our list of Labour Weekend events.

Looking for some Waitākere alternatives this Labour Weekend?

If you love the bush, there are heaps of places you can go in Auckland.

Building walls, breaking barriers

Community project restores historic drystone walls.


Your rubbish and/or recycling collections will be one day later from Monday 22 October. Normal collections resume Monday 29 October.


A field with 18,277 white crosses, each bearing the name of a New Zealander who lost their life in the First World War.


Tāmaki Makaurau’s maunga are glimpses back in time.


Bigger than ever with an even larger line-up of celebrity guests, activities, competitions and games.


Councillors Sharon Stewart and Desley Simpson were among Auckland Council Governing Body members who took part in New Zealand ShakeOut yesterday.

Crafternoon Tea Market – Kingsland

A huge selection of quality, unique, hand-made goods, from food and jewellery to homeware and art.


Footage has been released of a collision at a level crossing in Henderson.

Franklin Arts Trail – Labour Weekend Trail Event

Follow a trail showcasing the work of artists, including workshops, studio tours and exhibitions.

Visit your local Community Recycling Centre this weekend

Celebrate recycling week by visiting one of our Community Recycling Centres.

(888) 481-6286

Come along to Mission Bay this Labour Day Monday for one of Auckland’s largest art and craft markets.

Targeted rates off to a successful start

Progress update after the first three months on work underway and future priorities for two targeted rates.

Arts In The Ville

Celebrate Helensville's local artists, discover their studios and take part in artistic demonstrations.


Auckland Council releases cultural heritage sector review discussion document examining funding and governance arrangements for Auckland's five major cultural heritage institutions.


Mt Albert Art + Design Exhibition (MADE) is a unique biannual art and design exhibition.

(916) 388-0410

Consultation is now open on changes to development contributions.


Join us every third Sunday of the month at the lively village of Kaukapakapa.

(814) 836-8171

A commemorative service is being held on Howick’s Stockade Hill to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.


Food, fashion, toys and lots of interesting sights and smells to tempt the senses.

Stay safe around fireworks

If you're celebrating Guy Fawkes this year, don't let off fireworks in public places such as parks or beaches, where the activity is banned.

North Island Titles

Rub shoulders with Olympian BMX racers and watch them perform in your own back yard.

Protect kauri this weekend

We all need to do our part to keep our kauri standing.

Wainoni Park Volunteering

Join Friends of Wainoni Park to help restore waterways, control pests and enhance the park.

Smoking is off the menu

Smoking is disappearing from outdoor areas of restaurants, cafes and bars across Auckland.

Update: Whenuapai PFAS tests completed

Test results provided to Auckland Council by the New Zealand Defence Force show that PFAS compounds have been detected in some areas surrounding the Whenuapai Air Base.

Council adopts Representation Review proposals

Auckland Council has adopted its final proposal for a review of representation arrangements.


Get out and about this spring and make the most of the stunning sights in your neighbourhood.