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Luxon: Government must park Three Waters plans

Labour must listen to the multitude of mayors pleading for the Three Waters plans to be dumped, National’s Local Government spokesperson Christopher Luxon says. “With...

Questions raised over vaccine mix-up

The Government is being criticised for waiting more than a month to reveal people may have been injected with incorrect Covid-19 vaccine doses in...

COMMENT: A lockdown reality check

Without warning, Alert Level 4 was upon us again. The move into lockdown was a reminder of just how unpredictable and changeable Covid-19 can...

Somerville Rotary marks 25 years

The Rotary Club of Somerville celebrated its 25th Anniversary, where around 140 people attended the black tie - gala dinner & charity fundraiser on...

Diamond anniversary: kiss, dance, and cake

Neil and Raywyn Dawson were told their romance would be short-lived. "You're both red heads. It won't last past 12 months!" They've recently celebrated their diamond...

Police station land will soon be for sale

Attempts to stop the sale of land occupied by the Howick police station in east Auckland appear to have failed. As the Times has previously reported,...

Three Waters a big worry

I recently travelled to Blenheim for the Local Government New Zealand conference in my role as National's Local Government spokesperson. The annual conference is one...

Transport boss fronts over busway delay

Hundreds of people packed into a local church to hear from Auckland Transport (AT) chief executive Shane Ellison about the future of the long-awaited...

Residents fight back against boy racers

Danny Wright remembers lying in bed the first night his family spent at their new east Auckland home and wondering if they’d moved next...

Government prioritises cycle bridge over Busway

The recent news that the Government and Auckland Council have delayed the completion of the Eastern Busway by two years is gutting news for...

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