If a fuel tax is the best way to fund Auckland’s development, Councillor Efeso Collins asks that the benefits be invested in the people the tax will affect most - those in his Manukau ward.
Planned and implemented in the right way, these projects can lead to the creation of high quality urban places at the same time as reducing the need for travel, writes urban designer Alistair Ray.
Statistics released under official information legislation reveal a tiny pool of 100 Supergold card holders hoover up over $200,000 worth of free trips to Waiheke Island every year.
The many failings of my daily bus commute experience show that money alone will not prise Aucklanders out of cars, writes Todd Niall.
This morning the government and Auckland Council announced a record $30b investment in solving Auckland's transport crisis. Don Rowe reports.
The announcement that Auckland University's arts school is to close its library speaks volumes about the value we place on art in New Zealand, argues Reilly Hodson.
With 120,00 Auckland homes still without power after last night's monster storm, and many expected to be waiting days for its restoration, here are some tips for carrying on without wattage.
A diorama of Auckland dating to the 1930s was lost for decades, and shows in stunning detail the central city with light rail right through it, and before huge chunks of it were demolished.
Auckland's long battle with Wellington for the cultural capital crown will be lost once and for all if the council insists on leaving arts and culture out of its 10-year plan, argues the Basement Theatre's Elise Sterback.
Where better to grill the government's transport ministers on their plans for improving Aucklanders' commute than at MOTAT, the inner-suburb museum dedicated to the history and potential future of transport.
To mark 4 Days of Fashion in the City, four of downtown Auckland’s fashion personalities are sharing their experiences of the industry. Today, Simon Pound of Ingrid Starnes, writes about putting fashion on the street and the community it takes to make it happen.
Iconic shoe store owner Pat Menzies recalls the time when flares and platforms graced the nightclubs of Queen St, and how that history has kept his store relevant in 2018.
Think your voice doesn't count? The chair of Henderson-Massey's local board begs to differ, calling on all young people to have their say on Auckland Council's 10-year plan.
To mark 4 Days of Fashion in the City, four of downtown Auckland’s fashion personalities are sharing their experiences of the industry. Today, Barkers' managing director Jamie Whiting, discusses the changes technology has brought to bricks and mortar retail.