A pick-and-mix America’s Cup solution
A compromise base is now likely to be readied for planning consent after a standoff between the Govt and AKL Council.
New life in fight for historic land
A controversial piece of Auckland land earmarked for 340 new houses could have a different future under a Labour-led Government. Teuila Fuatai reports.
Twyford chases an illusory pot of gold
Rod Oram challenges the new Government’s plan to remove the urban rural boundary around Auckland.
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 housing’s 100-year-old problems
The University of Auckland’s Ella Arbury says Auckland must look to its past if it wants to solve its housing problems.
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.
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.
Paying for an uncongested Auckland
Phil Twyford tells Bernard Hickey the Government has big plans to change the way Auckland’s big new light rail projects will be paid for.