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Latest news, press releases, opinion and more. View upcoming events below.

Paperless parking and how AT Park can work for you 

News story
Issue date: 
Tue 16 Jan 2018

New on-street parking payment technology being rolled out by Auckland Transport means no more paper pay and display tickets, an option for electronic receipts and a new way to manage short stay business parking for staff or customers.

Results show more people out and about in the city centre

News story
Issue date: 
Mon 15 Jan 2018

The number of people walking in Auckland’s city centre continues to grow, with our pedestrian count figures from the last quarter of 2017 showing

Viv's 2018 wishlist for curing the "Auckland Disease"

Opinion
Issue date: 
Fri 12 Jan 2018
Viv Beck looks at how, despite good ideas, plans and talented people, we are not getting the best return for Auckland's city centre, and her wishlist for overcoming this in 2018.

Ten ways to make Auckland a glorious city of the night

Opinion
Issue date: 
Thu 21 Dec 2017

We have an interest in growing a vibrant night time experience in Auckland's city centre - so we asked Simon Wilson of The Spinoff to write about it. Here he sets out ten ideas for a bigger, stronger and more rewarding night-time econ

Events

Auckland Anniversary Weekend

Date: 
Friday 26 Jan 2018

Auckland Anniversary Weekend brings a host of events to the waterfront and wider city centre. Monday 29 January is a public holiday for Auckland Anniversary day.

St Jerome's Laneway Festival

Date: 
Monday 29 Jan 2018
Venue: 
Albert Park

St Jerome's Laneway Festival returns to the grass and trees of Albert Park on Auckland Anniversary Day, with local and international acts, food and art.

Volvo Ocean Race Auckland Stopover

Date: 
Saturday 24 Feb 2018
Venue: 
ANZ Viaduct Events Centre

Auckland Viaduct becomes a vibrant Race Village for the Stopover with the Viaduct Events Centre acting as Race HQ.

Ports of Auckland Round the Bays

Date: 
Sunday 4 Mar 2018
Venue: 
Quay Street

New Zealand’s largest fun run and walk begins on the city centre's waterfront at Quay Street, with over 30,000 participants making their way along Tāmaki Drive towards the Eastern Bays to complete the race.