24 May 2018

Environmental Sea Change

After enduring years of the old Council’s long term neglect, Aucklanders have reached a tipping point. The environment has suddenly become mainstream. Discover More


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20 July 2017

Change Maker


Hell-bent on realising the full potential of Auckland’s Unitary Plan, energetic Generation Zero hustler Leroy Beckett discusses the group’s latest agenda.

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17 May 2017

The Credit Crunch


A new era of banking industry conservatism looks set to gradually rein in Auckland’s property market over the next few years.

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11 January 2017

Steady As She Goes


The Property Institute’s Ashley Church Contemplates The Ability of Recent Major Events To Unsettle Auckland’s Housing Market.

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16 November 2016

The Trump Effect


Will the Trump presidency spell the end of the good times for Auckland property? Economists Zoe Wallis and Sharon Zollner consider the future.

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12 October 2016

Where the Future is Reality


Industrial designer Alain Brideson looks at emerging technologies that can change the way we get around Auckland for the better.

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5 October 2016

The Outlook For Summer


Westpac Bank economist Michael Gordon predicts at least another solid two years for Auckland’s housing market boom.

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14 September 2016

Protecting Ponsonby


With changes to Auckland in the Unitary Plan, heritage manager Edward Bennett is concerned “a slow degradation” could gradually chip away at the historic character of Ponsonby and Grey Lynn…

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7 September 2016

The Cost of Congestion


As we finally get the green light from the Government on motorway tolling, some Aucklanders are already asking how toll roads might impact inner city property prices.

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3 August 2016

Urban Deforestation


Auckland has licence to grow both inside the city limits and further out on the boundaries. So is it up or out? Either way, city environmentalists and ecologists are feeling uncomfortable.

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