Auckland Museum taking Wikipedia by storm
Auckland Museum is taking their collections to Wikipedia with the help of NZ’s first Wikipedian-at-large.
Damian Light’s new political detour
Damian Light caused a stir of excitement as the new leader of the now defunct United Future. His path to public office is now heading in a more local direction.
Could ‘robo-taxis’ answer our traffic woes?
Fleets of driverless “robo-taxis” could create an Auckland where roads aren’t choked with cars. The catch is we’d have to share with strangers.
This slowdown is real and can’t be ignored
The Government cannot keep denying the economy is slowing. It must do more to stimulate investment and reassure builders, Bernard Hickey argues.
Peters wary of land sale idea
Winston Peters doesn’t approve of selling Crown land to fund infrastructure, distancing himself from a policy being considered by the Labour-led Government.
Last chance to save historic stonefields zone
Campaigners to preserve the historic Otuataua Stonefields near Auckland Airport go to the Environment Court this week arguing a big omission by Auckland Council.
Raw display trumps $3m memorial
The Lottery Grants Board may have done Auckland a favour in refusing to fund a grandiose war memorial at the Domain.