Court holds Okura’s fate in its hands
Todd Property is continuing its bid to get Auckland’s urban-rural boundary moved so it can build 1000 houses.
Rod Oram: Why we need new leaders and policies
This election comes down to a simple choice on a vast array of complex issues. Rod Oram looks at National’s record and concludes more of the same won’t deliver for NZ.
Wireless charging tech vital for EV uptake
To help alleviate concerns of operating an EV, extending range is critical. That’s where wireless charging research comes in.
Swimming in a contaminant soup
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the public will be shocked when they see the figures on faecal contamination in the city’s harbours.
NZ scientists set sail in search of new species
Auckland Museum’s Head of Natural Sciences Dr Tom Trnski talks to Mark Jennings about a new expedition to document undiscovered marine plant and animal species.
Dirty rivers destroying our oceans’ mauri
Reconnecting us to our environment is a challenge that must be met if the mauri of our water is to be restored.
Tree Council calls for action after felling
The Tree Council says Auckland’s supposedly protected mature specimens are in danger from a system in disarray.
Nitrate tax: ‘we want farmers to thrive’
The Greens say we need to wean ourselves off nitrogen to save our waterways, and propose a levy on farmers.