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Lake Road is the one way into Devonport and planned improvements would have shaved 12 minutes off the commute.
NZ lawyers are speaking out as the government scraps funding for cultural reports.
The judicial review was dismissed in the Auckland High Court this morning.
Auckland Council's property arm is in negotiations with a potential buyer for a scheme overseeing 150 flats designated for retiree residents.
The award-winning actor, writer and director has brought many New Zealand stories to the stage and screen during his 40-year career.
An Auckland homeowner has asked the chief ombudsman to investigate why she and others with storm-damaged homes have been declined the government's temporary accommodation support.
Aucklanders struggling with the stress and trauma of storm-wrecked homes are having to wait up to four weeks for counselling.
Some Auckland homeowners are struggling to pay the mortgage on storm-damaged homes, as well as rent for the house they are living in, after being denied accommodation support.
A court has been told there will not be enough money to properly compensate the survivors and families of victims of the deadly Whakaari White Island eruption.
A Muriwai resident is among the first owners of storm-damaged homes in Auckland to receive a buyout offer.
The Retirement Commissioner is joining budget advisors in raising alarm over a steep rise in people withdrawing their savings from KiwiSaver as they struggle with rising prices.
She checks on homeless people on her way to work and responds to texts for help in the dead of night. After 31 years as a social worker, Michelle Kidd QSM is retiring.
The government has agreed to cancel Labour's multi-billion-dollar light rail plans - but it is not clear what it will do instead.
A court that writes off charges for recurring low-level crime is helping Auckland's homeless off the streets and into work.
Police have arrested two women after forged $50 and $5 notes were found following a number of complaints.
Almost a third of people who have applied for the government's accommodation support for those displaced by storms have been turned down.
The out-of-date volcano exhibit tells visitors that it is still possible to visit Whakaari / White Island by helicopter.
The investigation has been New Zealand's 'largest and most complex' health and safety investigation and prosecutions.
It takes weeks to house rough sleepers, and while eliminating homelessness is an unreasonable goal, Auckland Council is aiming to make it "rare".
Signs warning Aucklanders to stay out of the water and not fish are likely to be permanent on a number of inner beaches this summer. Audio
Kāinga Ora says flood-damaged state houses in Auckland will not be eligible for a buyout.
Auckland Council has started to inform owners of the worst-affected flood damaged homes that they are eligible for a buyout.
It may be the land of snakes and spiders but lucrative pay and housing packages are luring an unprecedented number of New Zealand police officers across the Tasman.
Business owners and councillors say antisocial behaviour in the city centre has gotten out of control and they want the streets' rough sleepers, drinkers and drug dealers to be moved on.