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Action Hobson Turns To Heritage

Monday, 30 August 2004, 11:41 am | Action Hobson

Action Hobson, the new community political vehicle contesting the three Hobson Ward seats on the Auckland City Council and the six seats on the Hobson Community Board, will be strongly represented at next week’s Parnell Heritage Summit, called to discuss ... More >>

Action Hobson Takes Message To Shanghai

Wednesday, 25 August 2004, 1:51 pm | Action Hobson

Action Hobson, the new political vehicle set up to oppose the planned Eastern Motorway and to promote Rapid Transit Solutions to Auckland’s traffic woes, has taken its campaign to Shanghai, China. More >>

Motorway Scale-Back ''A Sham''

Wednesday, 25 August 2004, 1:49 pm | Action Hobson

Action Hobson has slammed the purported scale-back of the planned Eastern Motorway as “a sham”. More >>

Action Hobson Launches Website

Monday, 23 August 2004, 12:58 am | Action Hobson

Action Hobson, the new political vehicle contesting the three Auckland City Council seats in the Hobson Ward and the six seats on the Hobson Community Board, has launched its website at www.actionhobson.org.nz . More >>

Hubbard Needs To Think Again On Motorway

Thursday, 19 August 2004, 9:01 am | Action Hobson

Action Hobson has welcomed businessman Dick Hubbard to the Auckland Mayoral race saying it will add to the “contest of ideas”, but says he needs to think again his support for the planned Eastern Motorway, “scaled down” or otherwise. More >>

Action Hobson Candidate Profiles

Thursday, 19 August 2004, 9:00 am | Action Hobson

Christine Caughey is an Action Hobson candidate for the Auckland City Council, opposed to the planned Eastern Motorway and in favour of Rapid Transit Solutions for the city. More >>

New Political Force Pledges To Stop Motorway

Thursday, 19 August 2004, 8:58 am | Action Hobson

Action Hobson, a new political vehicle launched tonight, has pledged to stop the planned Eastern Motorway. It says Auckland is at the crossroads and will face worsening congestion unless there is a serious commitment to Rapid Transit Systems instead. More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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