Wharf’s $10m ‘dolphin’ back to bite Goff
Plans for a $10 million, 85-metre structure out into the Waitemata Harbour to berth super cruise liners are back on the table, writes Tim Murphy.
Auckland loses beloved coastal walkway
Waitematā Local Board is closing the coastal track between Awatea Reserve and St Stephens Ave. Wayne Thompson looks at the decision and call for public consultation.
LPGA hits Auckland for a double bogey
The world’s top women golfers won’t be coming to Auckland next year after the LPGA’s unexpected decision to drop the city from its 2018 tour schedule.
Waitakere’s way of honouring war dead
Ninety-nine years after the end of WWI, Sandra Coney looks at what makes the simple and rustic war memorials of Waitakere unique.
Labour’s first act is to ban foreign buyers
The new Labour-led Government’s first act is to plan an urgent ban on foreign buyers of existing homes.
New report keeps tabs on Auckland’s growth
A new report on the health of Auckland’s economy will become an annual indicator of progress in New Zealand’s biggest city.
Kaitiakitanga – it is our only hope
Nations and corporations are leading us into an unsustainable future most of us don’t want. It’s not too late to turn it around, writes Dan Hikuroa.
Time for Auckland to harness renewable energy
Ahead of Auckland’s first Climathon event, Basil Sharp looks at whether Auckland’s population density is too low to make public transport work.