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Oscar Sims: Inner suburb density will improve affordability
OPINION: 'Let young New Zealanders live within a convenient distance of their needs.'
Margot McRae: Character areas won't provide affordable homes
OPINION: 'This legislation will scatter bad housing randomly across the city.'
Matariki ki te Manawa flicks the switch on new beginnings for our city centre
Matariki ki te Manawa will bring light and colour to the city centre
Fine. Light winds for most of the day, northerlies this evening.
Becoming cloudy. Rain from around midday, possibly heavy in the evening. Northerlies, strong at times, dying out in the evening.
Cloudy periods. Southerlies developing early morning, dying out by evening.
Michael Morris: A revitalised Auckland for all inhabitants, great and small
OPINION: "Justice for animals, justice for the environment, and justice for humans."
Ted Johnston: A competent and effective council with a wise leader
OPINION: "Rules, statutes and regulations are my domain, and I will use them."
Viv Beck: Let's back ourselves to make things happen
OPINION: "A night-time economy could ignite our city."
Efeso Collins: Bringing hope back will revitalise Auckland
OPINION: "Make Auckland a place people can get around, set down roots, access services."
Craig Lord: We have changed and Auckland needs to change as well
OPINION: "A Civic District, a place to visit as a special trip and an entertainment hub."
Wayne Brown: Fixing up downtown means finishing what we've started
OPINION: "We need to literally clean the streets. Rubbish, road cones, graffiti must go."
John Lehmann: Let's reconnect Auckland Council, the ratepayers, and the public
OPINION: 'I believe the older Auckland was far more liveable, safer, and rated fairer.'
Leo Molloy: Auckland got lost because it didn't know where it was going
OPINION: "For once in our lives, let's aim really high and do something amazing."
Kiwis wake to storms and snowfall as dreary winter weather hits most of NZ
With severe wind and thunderstorm watches in place, DoC warns it's safer to stay put.