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3rd May 20, 6:31am
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
Raf Manji on the lessons from Christchurch for a COVID-19 world, and a lesson from Japan pointing the way to fixing local government funding and building infrastructure
3rd May 20, 6:31am
24th Apr 20, 5:45pm
Auckland Council faces massive drop in revenue due to the lockdown and the expected recession, proposes to broaden its rates deferral scheme for businesses and residents facing hardship
Auckland Council faces massive drop in revenue due to the lockdown and the expected recession, proposes to broaden its rates deferral scheme for businesses and residents facing hardship
24th Apr 20, 5:45pm
22nd Apr 20, 3:01pm
Kirdan Lees says the idea of lower local government rates for everyone doesn’t stack up and cutting rates would ultimately be counterproductive, leading to deferral of capital investments
Kirdan Lees says the idea of lower local government rates for everyone doesn’t stack up and cutting rates would ultimately be counterproductive, leading to deferral of capital investments
22nd Apr 20, 3:01pm
17th Apr 20, 9:34am
Auckland Council says the economic fallout from COVID-19 is threatening its ability to deliver a balanced budget and comply with its debt to revenue ratio policy
Auckland Council says the economic fallout from COVID-19 is threatening its ability to deliver a balanced budget and comply with its debt to revenue ratio policy
17th Apr 20, 9:34am
30th Nov 19, 10:28am
Crown company borrows money for infrastructure from Crown entity at rate of 5.37% for the sake of keeping debt off government books, when the Government could've issued bonds at 3%
Crown company borrows money for infrastructure from Crown entity at rate of 5.37% for the sake of keeping debt off government books, when the Government could've issued bonds at 3%
30th Nov 19, 10:28am
1st Nov 19, 10:14am
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff will have his work cut out as his second term kicks off with plenty on the agenda
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff will have his work cut out as his second term kicks off with plenty on the agenda
1st Nov 19, 10:14am
30th Oct 19, 4:39pm
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff gets set to appoint deputy mayor and new committee chair-people at council's first meeting of the new term
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff gets set to appoint deputy mayor and new committee chair-people at council's first meeting of the new term
30th Oct 19, 4:39pm
29th Oct 19, 4:32pm
Auckland councillor Chris Darby says it's not just Council Controlled Organisations that should be reviewed
Auckland councillor Chris Darby says it's not just Council Controlled Organisations that should be reviewed
29th Oct 19, 4:32pm
24th Oct 19, 4:17pm
Auckland Council development agency Panuku highlights potential risks amidst a softening property market
Auckland Council development agency Panuku highlights potential risks amidst a softening property market
24th Oct 19, 4:17pm
23rd Oct 19, 3:49pm
Demand for infrastructure on both sides of the Tasman could drive up the real cost of Auckland's light rail project
Demand for infrastructure on both sides of the Tasman could drive up the real cost of Auckland's light rail project
23rd Oct 19, 3:49pm
23rd Oct 19, 5:00am
The NZ Super Fund aligned NZ Infra hits back at critics and says it's on track to deliver its bid for an Auckland light rail network to the Government before Christmas
The NZ Super Fund aligned NZ Infra hits back at critics and says it's on track to deliver its bid for an Auckland light rail network to the Government before Christmas
23rd Oct 19, 5:00am
15th Oct 19, 6:16am
Re-elected Auckland Mayor Phil Goff wants a review of the Super City’s Council Controlled Organisations up and running before Christmas
Re-elected Auckland Mayor Phil Goff wants a review of the Super City’s Council Controlled Organisations up and running before Christmas
15th Oct 19, 6:16am
10th Oct 19, 4:32pm
AUT's Julienne Molineaux says lack of interest in politics or local government and not having enough information are among the reasons for low turnout in local government elections
AUT's Julienne Molineaux says lack of interest in politics or local government and not having enough information are among the reasons for low turnout in local government elections
10th Oct 19, 4:32pm
9th Oct 19, 4:30pm
The NZTA's business case for a new Auckland harbour crossing now one step closer
The NZTA's business case for a new Auckland harbour crossing now one step closer
9th Oct 19, 4:30pm
8th Oct 19, 2:40pm
Clock ticking for people planning to vote in this year's local body elections as issue of online voting raises its head again
Clock ticking for people planning to vote in this year's local body elections as issue of online voting raises its head again
8th Oct 19, 2:40pm
7th Oct 19, 4:41pm
Northland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Stephen Smith says shifting the Ports of Auckland to Northport could cost $20 billion and take 10 to 15 years
Northland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Stephen Smith says shifting the Ports of Auckland to Northport could cost $20 billion and take 10 to 15 years
7th Oct 19, 4:41pm
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4th Oct 19, 1:49pm
Closing the Ports of Auckland and moving its operations to Whangarei would cost $10.3 billion according to EY report  
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Closing the Ports of Auckland and moving its operations to Whangarei would cost $10.3 billion according to EY report  
4th Oct 19, 1:49pm
3rd Oct 19, 4:05pm
The Auckland Council has spent $134 million settling leaky building claims in 2018/19, $49 million over budget
The Auckland Council has spent $134 million settling leaky building claims in 2018/19, $49 million over budget
3rd Oct 19, 4:05pm
3rd Oct 19, 8:40am
Auckland Council CCO Panuku's annual report shows double digit increases in staffing levels and costs
Auckland Council CCO Panuku's annual report shows double digit increases in staffing levels and costs
3rd Oct 19, 8:40am
27th Sep 19, 3:45pm
Auckland Council comfortable with debt levels but says debt will continue increasing over the next few years due to the city’s ongoing growth and capital expenditure requirements
Auckland Council comfortable with debt levels but says debt will continue increasing over the next few years due to the city’s ongoing growth and capital expenditure requirements
27th Sep 19, 3:45pm

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