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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...

Supporting Kiwis with the cost of living

By Naisi Chen, Botany-based Labour List MP Since coming into Government, Labour has worked hard to support low and middle income Kiwis. This week, we've...

Next step in Eastern Busway’s path confirmed

The Eastern Busway public transport project continues to take shape with the design of another stage of its route confirmed. Auckland Transport (AT) has finalised...

Climate package to boost public transport

Bus users are set to benefit if Auckland Council's proposed climate action package receives support as part of this year's annual budget. In the Howick...

Board members clash over busway

A plan that would see the next stage of the Eastern Busway public transport project dissect a residential community has sparked heated debate between...

‘This is supposed to be a democracy’

Howick Local Board member Bob Wichman is accusing Auckland Council of misrepresenting the facts over the use of his council email account. But the council...

Confusion over board member’s email use

A Howick Local Board member says his access to his official Auckland Council email address has been "restricted" in what he's calling "censorship" of...

MP: We’re being fleeced at petrol pump by Govt

Aucklanders will be angered to learn that despite paying over half a billion dollars in Regional Fuel Tax (RFT), less than half of that...

Merry Christmas and season’s greetings from Christopher Luxon

By Christopher Luxon, the MP for Botany and National Party Leader It's been just over 12 months since I was elected the MP for...

Views sought on busway’s design

The preferred design option for the next stage of the Eastern Busway project would improve efficiency for bus passengers and increase safety for pedestrians,...

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