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A question mark hangs over some bus services in west Auckland where one operator is trying to quit routes months into a new contracting regime. Video, Audio
The Auckland Council is claiming success in a new survey showing improved trust and satisfaction in what it does.
Aucklanders who rent out entire properties to visitors for more than 20 weeks a year could be hit hard by new rates being pondered by the council.
Only 20 percent of Aucklanders have confidence and trust in their council, although this is up slightly on a year ago.
An ambitious plan has been unveiled to run an Orient Express-style luxury train through New Zealand. Video
Analysis - Auckland is at a fork in the road for the first time since amalgamation with big choices for residents and calls for political courage in the proposed shake-up of the rating system.
A new computer animation shows what a proposed America's Cup Village might look like on Auckland's waterfront. Video
Bids by the two local communities to break away from the Auckland Council have been rejected by the Local Government Commission.
Aucklanders could face rates rises averaging 6.2 percent next year in the biggest shakeup yet of how they pay for the city's growing needs. Video
A new snapshot of housing in Auckland paints a picture of rising rents, shrinking section sizes and fewer first-time buyers.
America's Cup deal clinching Auckland as host may not be signed before Christmas.
Analysis - The art of compromise has delivered two new encroachments into Auckland's Waitematā Harbour, both in the name of creating jobs, Todd Niall reports.
Decisions on where and how to accommodate the America's Cup on the Auckland waterfront are due today.
Details have been released of the preferred plan to build a $120 million America's Cup village on Auckland's waterfront.
Tens of thousands of Auckland home owners have rushed online for their first glimpse of the council's three-yearly property revaluations.
More than 60,000 Aucklanders have rushed online to check the latest valuation on their property.
Analysis - A claim about reducing rates rises from Phil Goff appears poorly timed, with revaluations set to shake things up around Auckland, writes Todd Niall.
Analysis - If there is a champion for Auckland's hosting of the America's Cup, now would be a good time to step forward, Todd Niall writes.
Analysis - Auckland's mayor Phil Goff seems on-track to deliver on his promise to run a more frugal office than his predecessor Len Brown.
Six options to host an America's Cup defence in Auckland and their costs will go before councillors in a closed door meeting this afternoon.
Auckland's cheaper suburbs, especially those in the south, look more likely to get higher than average rates rise when the Council unveils the figures in about a week.
Analysis: An ultimately unsuccessful election promise by National has thrown into disarray Auckland's plans for a fleet of battery-electric trains, writes Todd Niall.
Rates bills are unlikely to shrink despite the second stage of a major efficiency drive getting underway at Auckland Council, a councillor is warning.
Auckland's port company wants to build a one-hectare rooftop park, a hotel and a wharf extension. Video
Combining the Auckland Council's water company with its in-house drainage operation could save $30 million a year. Video