Transport

2nd Apr 17, 6:02am
The PSA weighs into the Auckland housing crisis with tales of woe and suggested solutions from its members
The PSA weighs into the Auckland housing crisis with tales of woe and suggested solutions from its members
2nd Apr 17, 6:02am
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24th Mar 17, 2:25pm
James Shaw on how a Labour/Greens Government would reduce government debt while maintaining current levels of spending
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James Shaw on how a Labour/Greens Government would reduce government debt while maintaining current levels of spending
24th Mar 17, 2:25pm
9th Mar 17, 5:25pm
Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party wants to wean NZ off fossil fuels, end 'bias' towards roads, and see traffic congestion charges introduced
Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party wants to wean NZ off fossil fuels, end 'bias' towards roads, and see traffic congestion charges introduced
9th Mar 17, 5:25pm
10th Feb 17, 9:16am
Mt Albert by-election to test how palatable The Opportunities Party's 'radical centrism' will be in the general election; Geoff Simmons explains why 'it's time for something fresh'
Mt Albert by-election to test how palatable The Opportunities Party's 'radical centrism' will be in the general election; Geoff Simmons explains why 'it's time for something fresh'
10th Feb 17, 9:16am
23rd Jan 17, 2:01pm
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ACT Leader David Seymour says urban planning laws must change for housing affordability to be improved, advocates sharing central government revenue with councils
ACT Leader David Seymour says urban planning laws must change for housing affordability to be improved, advocates sharing central government revenue with councils
23rd Jan 17, 2:01pm
22nd Jan 17, 7:02am
Mt Albert by-election reveals extent to which Labour and the Greens see eye-to-eye, as they set their sights on National
Mt Albert by-election reveals extent to which Labour and the Greens see eye-to-eye, as they set their sights on National
22nd Jan 17, 7:02am
7th Nov 16, 9:55am
If politicians in Auckland and Wellington are so confident about light rail, they should put their own money where their mouths are, argues NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp
If politicians in Auckland and Wellington are so confident about light rail, they should put their own money where their mouths are, argues NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp
7th Nov 16, 9:55am
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14th Sep 16, 1:24pm
Government pledges taxpayers' money to fund half the cost of Auckland's estimated $2.8b to $3.4b City Rail Link
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Government pledges taxpayers' money to fund half the cost of Auckland's estimated $2.8b to $3.4b City Rail Link
14th Sep 16, 1:24pm
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2nd Aug 16, 4:27pm
NZTA enters into talks with Northern Express Group to get a PPP for the Puhoi to Warkworth highway project underway
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NZTA enters into talks with Northern Express Group to get a PPP for the Puhoi to Warkworth highway project underway
2nd Aug 16, 4:27pm
29th Jul 16, 9:21am
Vic Crone echoes Phil Goff's call for housing densification to be prioritised around transport hubs, emphasises importance of improving transport and using more PPPs
Vic Crone echoes Phil Goff's call for housing densification to be prioritised around transport hubs, emphasises importance of improving transport and using more PPPs
29th Jul 16, 9:21am
29th May 16, 5:00am
The Budget showed the Government was still jumping at debt shadows when it needed to be breaking Auckland's housing infrastructure log-jam by borrowing at record-low interest rates
The Budget showed the Government was still jumping at debt shadows when it needed to be breaking Auckland's housing infrastructure log-jam by borrowing at record-low interest rates
29th May 16, 5:00am
26th May 16, 3:02pm
Budget 2016 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2016 - Summary of all spending plans
26th May 16, 3:02pm
29th Apr 16, 12:01pm
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Nirmal Nair on a low carbon pathway; why old-energy prices don't fall as solar use rises; too much investment supply; Blackout watch; P2P for retail electricity, Dilbert & more
Nirmal Nair on a low carbon pathway; why old-energy prices don't fall as solar use rises; too much investment supply; Blackout watch; P2P for retail electricity, Dilbert & more
29th Apr 16, 12:01pm
27th Feb 16, 5:02am
Jenée Tibshraeny discusses the 'democratic deficit' around the Auckland Unitary Plan and why densification is not a generational issue
Jenée Tibshraeny discusses the 'democratic deficit' around the Auckland Unitary Plan and why densification is not a generational issue
27th Feb 16, 5:02am
15th Dec 15, 12:45pm
Jenée Tibshraeny questions whether the Government's proposal to level the regulatory playing field in the transport sector, by easing up on taxis and cracking down on Uber, will improve the quality of service
Jenée Tibshraeny questions whether the Government's proposal to level the regulatory playing field in the transport sector, by easing up on taxis and cracking down on Uber, will improve the quality of service
15th Dec 15, 12:45pm
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2nd Nov 15, 3:51pm
English launches 'blue skies' Productivity Commission review into Resource Management, Local Government and Land Transport Management Acts to transform urban planning and tackle housing affordability
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English launches 'blue skies' Productivity Commission review into Resource Management, Local Government and Land Transport Management Acts to transform urban planning and tackle housing affordability
2nd Nov 15, 3:51pm
16th Oct 15, 10:02am
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Nirmal Nair on renewable energy & Auckland, energy chattels for home sales, self driving cars & insurance, blackout watch, the future of universities, Dilbert & more
Nirmal Nair on renewable energy & Auckland, energy chattels for home sales, self driving cars & insurance, blackout watch, the future of universities, Dilbert & more
16th Oct 15, 10:02am
28th Sep 15, 2:29pm
Siah Hwee Ang outlines some of the challenges arising from plans to revamp Chinese state owned enterprises
Siah Hwee Ang outlines some of the challenges arising from plans to revamp Chinese state owned enterprises
28th Sep 15, 2:29pm
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25th Aug 15, 12:47pm
John Key and Bill English don't see global stock rout or slowing Chinese economy leading to NZ recession; English says deficit next year possible; warns KiwiRail regularly costing NZ$200 mln/yr
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John Key and Bill English don't see global stock rout or slowing Chinese economy leading to NZ recession; English says deficit next year possible; warns KiwiRail regularly costing NZ$200 mln/yr
25th Aug 15, 12:47pm
6th Jul 15, 10:02am
Adam Weaver says talking about Chinese travellers seems to take precedence over talking with them
Adam Weaver says talking about Chinese travellers seems to take precedence over talking with them
6th Jul 15, 10:02am

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