In less than a week, Auckland Council is set to vote for severe cuts to facilities and services across the city. And still pleas for a commitment on shovel ready projects go unheeded.
South Auckland’s multimillion-dollar bike paths set a new gold standard, but getting locals on track has proved an uphill battle.
Plans for a modern, efficient light rail network have taken an unexpected detour, but there may still be light at the end of the tunnel.
Auckland has made painstaking progress toward becoming a functioning modern city. Now its councillors may put that in jeopardy for a proposal that will save ratepayers an average of 47 cents a week.
Why isn't our transport planning keeping up with the ideas now transforming the cities of the world? Not radical ideas, just orthodox planning ideas, writes Simon Wilson. Like: banning cars from the middle of town.
Auckland Council recently announced a citywide food scrap collection scheme that will be kicking off in 2021, so what do we need to know?
Auckland’s Giant Santa is being retired and may be lost forever. This morning he was offered a lifeline from the highest office in NZ.
It was supposed to be Auckland's answer to Melbourne's laneways or New York's Chelsea Market, but the tenants of Queen's Rise have been dropping like flies.
Surrounding sites evacuated and one reported hospitalised in serious condition as blaze rips through two floors of the under-construction building in the Auckland CBD.
From declaring a climate emergency to setting a 1.5 degree regional target, Auckland Council has repeatedly emphasised its commitment to doing its bit to tackle climate change. The question is, how exactly does it plan to do that?
On the good days, riding a bike is the best. But in Auckland there aren't nearly enough of those days, and unless decision makers take urgent action, that's not going to change.