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Analysis - What's the difference between being the Minister of Auckland, and the Mayor of Auckland? Todd Niall investigates. Audio
Analysis - The Ombudsman's office has - for a second time - found the Auckland Council wrongly withheld a major report for a lengthy period, writes Todd Niall.
Eden Park looks set to remain Auckland's prime sporting stadium for decades, in new reports released by the council.
A report costing nearly $1 million has failed to conclude whether a downtown stadium in Auckland is feasible.
Long-time activist Penny Bright has opened what could be her last legal argument to quash the forced sale of her home over unpaid rates.
A new study highlights the gap in prosperity between Auckland's richest and poorer communities.
Staff in the office of Auckland's mayor Phil Goff have come a distant last in a council-wide survey of how committed to the job they are.
Auckland wants to attract wealthier visitors, and make the city a more interesting place especially at night and in the off season.
The government considered walking away from funding an America's Cup village in Auckland as negotiations ran into trouble in their final weeks, papers released to RNZ reveal.
Analysis - The day-to-day commute on Auckland's public transport system has left Todd Niall wondering whether the transport powers-that-be will spend their multi-billion budget boost wisely.
Residents in the west Auckland suburb of Whenuapai have just had their power restored after eight days off the grid.
Senior Auckland councillors have delayed a proposal by council officials to sell surplus offices worth $190 million.
Aucklanders are set to pay more to tackle major long-standing problems in the city, even as the mayor claims he's keeping his word on rates rises, Todd Niall writes.
The headquarters of the former Waitakere City Council in west Auckland may be sold, reaping tens of millions of dollars.
The new layout proposed for an America's Cup Village in Auckland could take two months longer to clear the planning process, than the abandoned concept.
There's no guarantee the Auckland Council's $100 million contribution to the America's Cup won't rise, says Auckland mayor Phil Goff. Audio
The Ombudsman has begun an investigation into whether Auckland Council improperly delayed the release of a major report to RNZ.
Analysis - Auckland Council's questionable approach on its official information duties has been made clear this month, Todd Niall writes, on the 30th anniversary of the relevant law.
The council-owned Ports of Auckland company may be engaged in anti-competitive behaviour in the way it runs the city's main cruise ship terminal.
Auckland Council senior executives stalled the release of a major report, for political convenience in a possible breach of official information law.
The government's lead minister for the America's Cup believes agreement is closer on a cup village layout, despite a flurry of opposition to the latest.
The ever-changing process of agreeing on an America's Cup village for Auckland has taken another turn with a new proposal now doing the rounds.
Auckland's biggest theatre the Aotea Centre is to close for six months for its first major refurbishment in 28 years.
Analysis - A widely-supported housing group in Auckland has decided to pack-up, and let mayor Phil Goff take up the challenge of tackling the city's housing shortage, writes Todd Niall. Video
Airbnb may be fuelling rents on Waiheke Island, with new research showing one in six of the island's rental properties are 'frequently available' on the accommodation website.