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An independent plan for what's being touted as a better public transport network for Auckland has been unveiled.
New figures show Auckland is building fewer than half of the new homes it needs to meet demand.
Emirates Team New Zealand is on its way to Bermuda with a boat that has more in common with an aircraft than a regular racing yacht.
A controversial 75m walkway off the end of Auckland's Queens Wharf now appears unlikely.
Auckland Council and a large property developer begin confidential arbitration today over millions of dollars of costs in a west Auckland commercial development.
The council has launched a three-year review of services including water, marketing and communications, overseas promotion and rubbish collection.
Commuter rail to Auckland's North Shore will go ahead - but the project may still take decades to get underway.
The first serious look at the feasibility of a stadium in downtown Auckland should be completed mid-year.
Analysis - Why has Housing New Zealand, the country's largest landlord, decided not to attend the Auckland mayor's taskforce on housing?
A motorway north of Auckland could cost more than double the $1 billion figure quoted two years ago, latest estimates show.
Developers and land bankers in parts of rural Auckland have had their plans upset, with the council changing the order for the development of housing.
Forget waving your fist at that driver hurtling past you in a priority lane - electric vehicles are now allowed to zoom down some Auckland motorway on-ramps.
The west Auckland studio where shark horror Meg was filmed, will become a permanent fixture, with a string of overseas productions being discussed.
A report for Treasury says the government had no robust plan to boost Auckland's housing supply.
Auckland needs to build 13,000 homes a year to meet demand but is currently only managing half of that, mayor Phil Goff says.
The government has ruled out a regional fuel tax for Auckland, leaving the city's mayor looking for new ways to fund transport projects.
Auckland's mayor does not back a government-promoted trial that will give electric cars priority access to the city's motorways.
The government has yet to explain a significantly lowered estimate of the country's housing shortage. Audio
A lobby group says some of Auckland's most beautiful streets will lose their character, after a judge backed a decision to increase Auckland's housing density.
Auckland's $1.5 million waterfront artwork has been illuminated for the first time, but the city's mayor is keeping his view on the work to himself.
Sky City wants the Intercity terminus moved from its Hobson Street complex, while bus operators want to stay in the CBD.
Outspoken - Auckland Mayor Phil Goff is confident the government will allow a regional fuel tax to plug a looming gap in transport funding. Audio
Auckland Council has been unable to identify the Town Hall staff member who blocked the Samoan family of a councillor from their VIP seating at his swearing-in.
The government is considering fully funding a light rail network in Auckland, reaching from the airport to the North Shore.
An Auckland local body politician who resigned within minutes of being sworn-in, triggering a $104,000 by-election, has been paid nearly $1600 for her efforts.