Auckland City - Latest News [Page 3]

Auckland City Pensioners Can Rest Easy

Friday, 14 December 2001, 3:05 pm | Auckland City

Residents in Auckland City pensioner housing will rest easy with the release of the review of council activities by Sir William Birch. More >>

Birch Review Points To Way Ahead

Friday, 14 December 2001, 3:03 pm | Auckland City

Auckland City councillors face a number of tough decisions in coming months as they work through recommendations from the Birch Review aimed at containing rate increases. More >>

Britomart Construction Restricts Quay St Traffic

Thursday, 6 December 2001, 5:05 pm | Auckland City

Motorists wanting to get from Customs St to Quay St who previously “ducked through” Commerce St and Britomart Place, now have to take a more roundabout route. More >>

Police Welcome Auckland City’s New Committee

Thursday, 6 December 2001, 1:36 pm | Auckland City

Auckland City police have welcomed Auckland City’s formation of the Law and Order Committee, which will work closely with them to reduce crime in the city. More >>

New Waterfront Advisory Group Applauded

Wednesday, 5 December 2001, 11:31 am | Auckland City

Auckland Mayor John Banks strongly supports a new Advisory Group in its aim to produce a long-term master plan for redevelopment of a significant stretch of Auckland’s waterfront. More >>

Major Traffic Diversion At Greenlane

Monday, 3 December 2001, 12:12 am | Auckland City

Vehicles travelling on Green Lane East, from the Greenlane roundabout towards Remuera, will be diverted along Ascot Avenue for a week while major road rebuilding takes place. More >>

Windows On Art

Friday, 26 October 2001, 10:39 am | Auckland City

Dynamic, startling, intriguing – the multimedia artworks in a series of windows in downtown Auckland are sure to get you thinking. More >>

Walking School Bus Scheme Gets A Boost

Wednesday, 19 September 2001, 10:45 am | Auckland City

Auckland City’s Walking School Bus scheme got a significant boost from an appropriate sponsor – the bus operator Stagecoach. More >>

Rally Puts New Zealand On The Radar Screen

Tuesday, 4 September 2001, 2:56 pm | Auckland City

The international media spotlight will be on Auckland later this month when scores of competitors take part in the Propecia Rally of New Zealand. More >>

Onehunga’s New Library And Community Centre

Friday, 31 August 2001, 2:16 pm | Auckland City

The former Onehunga Chambers Building will be demolished to make way for a $5.1million Community Centre and Library, ending a protracted planning process spanning several years. More >>

Auckland City Council Develops Airspace Policy

Thursday, 30 August 2001, 2:26 pm | Auckland City

There will need to be “substantial public benefit” before Auckland City will sell or lease the airspace over roads. More >>

Council Seeks Support For Arena

Wednesday, 29 August 2001, 12:39 am | Auckland City

A group of Auckland City councillors are in Wellington today to drum up support for an indoor arena. Victoria Carter, Kay McKelvie and Vern Walsh are hoping a visit to Wellington to meet Deputy Prime Minister, Jim Anderton, and ministers Trevor Mallard, ... More >>

One Tree Hill Planting Update

Wednesday, 29 August 2001, 12:38 am | Auckland City

Auckland City’s consultation with local iwi is continuing on the choice of date for planting new trees on the One Tree Hill summit. More >>

Council To Recoup ‘Reasonable’ Costs

Wednesday, 29 August 2001, 12:37 am | Auckland City

Auckland City Council is proposing to increase its charges to utility operators for the processing, inspection and audit of work on footpaths and roads. More >>

Green Lane West Upgrade Underway Soon

Tuesday, 28 August 2001, 4:08 pm | Auckland City

Whether you are travelling by car, by bike or on foot, it will soon be easier to get into Cornwall Park when Auckland City’s scheduled upgrade of Green Lane West is completed in about 15 weeks. More >>

District Plan Is A Living Document

Thursday, 23 August 2001, 4:31 pm | Auckland City

Volcanic sightlines, floodprone areas and amenity for residential development in business zones are among issues currently being considered as part of an ongoing review of Auckland City Council’s Isthmus District Plan. More >>

Harvesting stormwater

Tuesday, 7 August 2001, 4:48 pm | Auckland City

Alternative stormwater management techniques are being explored by Auckland City and will be tested in several new Council developments. More >>

Convention Centre - Location And Viability

Tuesday, 7 August 2001, 2:19 pm | Auckland City

The much-debated location and size of a new purpose-built convention centre for Auckland should become clearer after further studies are jointly funded by Auckland City and the convention industry. More >>

New Chief Executive For StarDome Observatory

Thursday, 2 August 2001, 2:13 pm | Auckland City

Peter Thomson has been appointed Chief Executive of the StarDome Observatory. He brings extensive experience to the role from the exhibition industry, where his past responsibilities have included organising the London Motor Show, major sporting events ... More >>

Chinese Sculpture Gift To City

Wednesday, 1 August 2001, 2:25 pm | Auckland City

The Chinese community in New Zealand is to gift Auckland a sculpture to mark the millennium. More >>

   

 

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