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Eastern Busway progressing as new section opens

Transport Minister Simeon Brown has officially opened a new section of the Eastern Busway in the heart of his own east Auckland electorate. Brown, the...

Local board to canvas public support for ‘dump station’

The Howick Local Board will next year consider if it's got money in its budget to fund an east Auckland facility provided to motor...

‘The most important election in my lifetime’

They arrived ready to enthusiastically back their local MP for another three-year term in Parliament and left carrying letters to deliver to voters. More than...

Mike Lee ousted from Auckland Transport board

By Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter funded by New Zealand on Air Councillor Mike Lee has been ousted from his seat at the Auckland Transport...

Auckland Council votes to sell seven per cent of its Airport...

By Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, funded by New Zealand on Air A two-day brawl among councillors for Auckland Council’s shares in Auckland International...

Stewart accepts critical findings into Auckland’s flood response

Howick ward councillor Sharon Stewart says she accepts the findings of a report into the official response to the devastating flooding in Auckland in...

Sod turned on final stage of Eastern Busway

Work on the final stage of east Auckland's largest public transport project is now under way and it will take about four years to...

Auckland Council quits Local Government NZ

Laura Kvigstad, Auckland Council reporter, Funded by New Zealand on Air Auckland Council has resigned from Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) after Mayor Wayne...

Fight to save our local Citizens Advice Bureau

Auckland Council's ongoing effort to reduce debt may lead to cuts in the funding received by the local Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB). The organisation provides...

Questions over civil defence plan for east Auckland

The severe damage the recent storm caused to Auckland is raising questions about whether a plan is in place to help local residents respond...