NZ to host ‘virtual’ APEC in 2021
Covid-19 complications have made it too hard to commit to physical hosting, the Government says.
RMA fast-track: Saving time and jobs
The initial list of fast-tracked projects has favoured the green over the grey
Instagrammers invade private ‘infinity pools’
WATCH: Owners of an idyllic property are at their wits end trying to stop instagrammers trampling their land. Cameras captured hundreds of people bathing in pools and taking photos on a dangerous cliff edge. Melanie Reid reports.
University’s new southside home
The University of Auckland is about to open in Manukau for up to 140 students in the university’s first, standalone presence in the south.
Auckland’s cuts: a half billion too far
Can anything stave off ‘highly undesirable’ cuts to services and projects in Auckland caused by the economic crisis? Will Wellington step in? Tim Murphy reports.
How Kāinga Ora could help Auckland
A new super-agency for housing and urban development could change the face of Auckland. Here three experts on urban development from consulting firm Beca talk about Auckland’s big chance
Protecting our coastal waters
Efforts to protect our coastal waters from further degradation are piecemeal, slow and amount to a drop in an ocean of problems. How do we bring life back to the sea?
Specialists, crane to fight SkyCity fire
The fire at SkyCity in Auckland is into its third day, with flames still evident this morning and smoke continuing to affect the central city.
An elegant solution to the port dilemma?
Ports of Auckland needs to control and run its port operations if it moves to Northport, just as it does now in Auckland.