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Council tries to limit intensification in Beachlands

By Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter Funded by New Zealand on Air In an eleventh-hour change to intensification plans, Auckland Council is attempting to limit...

Mayoral candidates battle for votes

Five of the candidates hoping to replace outgoing Auckland mayor Phil Goff have spoken of their personal stories and detailed their visions for the...

Light speaks out against busway’s path

A local candidate in this year's Auckland Council elections has come out swinging against the latest decision regarding the route of the Eastern Busway. Damian...

Auckland Transport approves Burswood route for Eastern Busway

Despite loud opposition from the public and a group of local community politicians, Auckland Transport (AT) has given approval for the Eastern Busway to...

Board slams draft parking plan

The Howick Local Board says any changes to car parking rules in the city need to take into account factors including the "increasing crime...

$450,000 for proposed crossing

A pedestrian crossing Auckland Transport (AT) is proposing to build across one of the country's busiest roads is set to cost almost $500,000 if...

Controversial crossing labelled “crazy”

By James Ball, AUT University journalism student A plan to install a raised pedestrian crossing on one of east Auckland's busiest roads is being met...

Parking strategy 101

By Ken Scott - Chair Howick Village Association On Wednesday April 13, Auckland Transport (AT) released a document online for public consultation. It will be...

Residents vent at busway officials

Heavy machinery will become a familiar sight in a quiet residential community for 12 months if the controversial preferred route of a major public...

Auckland Transport arrogance on display with parking strategy

By Simeon Brown, MP for Pakuranga Auckland Council and Auckland Transport have once again shown their true colours when it comes to their view...

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