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Councillors spent the day picking apart the mayor's proposal, going section by section to question council staff on what Wayne Brown has set out for the 10-year plan.
Auckland Council is meeting today to go over the first proposal for its 10-year budget, which features a slew of rates rises and some controversial changes for the city.
The boss of Auckland's long-anticipated underground rail network is giving no guarantee it will hit its opening deadline of 2026. Audio
Wayne Brown has made his case for how the city could work. But he says it can only be successful with the help of law changes by the government.
Auckland's mayor says his plan to lease council assets to pay for the rising costs of running the city is not asset stripping.
A Whangaparāoa man watched the famous golden arches at a local McDonald's burst into flames late last night.
Under the new coalition governmnet, landlords may soon be able to evict tenants without providing a reason.
A chaotic day at council has provided little clarity of what the future has in store for the city's Downtown Carpark.
Auckland Council's Transport and Infrastructure Committee has voted 18 to two in favour of setting up a team to oversee the implementation of the 'time of use' charges.
Explainer - Auckland mayor Wayne Brown wants the port's land freed up for the public, but the port argues it can deliver $1 million a week back to Aucklanders if it stays put.
It's a plan for how the city is expected to grow over the next 30 years - and recommends building most new housing in existing suburbs instead of undeveloped land.
The Majestic Princess, which has sailed from the American Samoa capital Pago Pago has been sheltering off Rangitoto Island since 6am on Monday.
People who travel between Auckland and Waiheke Island are celebrating promised savings, with a new ferry operator making waves in the Hauraki Gulf. Audio
Auckland mayor Wayne Brown reflects on a year marked by floods, budgetary strife and infrastructure woes.
Auckland's local boards could be set for their first major overhaul in 13 years after a proposal from the city's mayor.
Auckland businesses in Parnell say they're counting on Watercare's promise to have an emergency sewer repair in place by next week.
Representatives from diverse communities across Auckland have spoken with the city's council this morning, presenting the governing body with their strategic priorities for the future.
Animal control is grappling with a surge in dog attacks in Auckland.
"Outrageous" was a term used by one Aucklander to describe a possible double-digit rates hike next year as the council again looks to cover costs. Audio
The Gulf Harbour ferry will now only operate twice in the morning, and twice in the evening - a decision Auckland Council says was necessary due to a shortage of staff.
Crews have to clear away a large amount of earth blocking a sewer before they can start repairs.
The accused, who can now be named as Jaykob Tutai, appeared in the High Court.
On Tuesday, some commuters received an 'insufficient funds' notification when they tried to tag onto public transport.
The company managing the volcano said it had no presence on the volcanic island, so was not liable for operations that put the public at risk.