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Bluecoats return to Auckland Airport  

Auckland Airport is delighted to have its much-loved 'bluecoats' customer service ambassadors back on-hand offering support and care to travellers around the airport. The ambassador...

Celebrating Matariki: Kids welcome international travellers

Ka whakamānawa a Te Taunga Rerenga o Tāmaki Makaurau i a Matariki hei te 14 ō Hurai, mā te whakapāho atu i te iarere...

Trees set for the chop to make way for transport project

More than 1000 trees may get the chop to make way for a major transport infrastructure project in east Auckland. The $1.8 billion Botany to...

Auckland’s top transport priority should be second harbour crossing

By Simeon Brown, MP for Pakuranga The Government's recently announced proposal to spend more than $14 billion building light rail between the Auckland CBD...

Covid vaccination centre shutting its doors

East Auckland's biggest Covid-19 vaccination centre will soon shut as health officials divert resources toward outreach events in other areas. Since the Highbrook vaccination centre...

Highbrook Covid vaccination centre reopens

The Covid-19 vaccination centre in Highbrook has reopened after being closed for a month while its staff were redeployed. Numerous people have expressed confusion and...

Transport hub opens its doors

A public transport hub designed to ease travel to and from Auckland Airport has been officially opened. Transport Minister Michael Wood and mayor Phil Goff...

Soundraise gives $8000 to school

Three Year 12 students from Ormiston Senior College have donated $8000 worth of musical equipment to the performing arts department of a South Auckland...

Botany rapid transit busway project still on track

Work is continuing into the feasibility of a $1.8 billion rapid transit public transport connection between Botany and Auckland Airport via Manukau. The business case...

Dad speaks out on daughter’s rough treatment by authorities

Golflands resident Eric Neal is very upset about the way his daughter Kim and granddaughter Hayley were treated when they arrived from the UK...

The legacy of Yvonne Featherstone

Yvonne Featherstone’s 25 year career in New Zealand customs saw her make history as the country's first uniformed female customs officer. In May, Yvonne...

MP continues push for Botany busway

One of East Auckland’s busiest roads could be the key to unlocking local residents’ access to fast and efficient public transport. Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross...