Online musical instrument store owner Andrew Marquet Taylor has been sentenced to 9 months home detention, ordered to pay more than $91,000 in compensation and fines in the Auckland District Court yesterday. Mr Taylor was also banned from using the internet for 3 months.
Housing Minister Nick Smith has unveiled four sites in Auckland where up to 600 new homes could be built on vacant Crown land.
Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith today listed four sites comprising 30 hectares of land that are being considered for development under the new initiative to facilitate housing on Crown-owned land in Auckland.
Almost 150 young, would-be Auckland entrepreneurs have taken the opportunity to test their business ideas by entering the inaugural IdeaStarter - a competition which backs young people to turn their energy and ideas into opportunities.
Open Polytechnic Auckland graduate Rhonda Munster first learned about distance education 40 years ago when her mother studied by correspondence.
New Zealand’s rarest duck, pāteke, has been released on pest-free Motutapu island in the heart of Auckland.
Apartment consents reached a seven-year high in April 2015, Statistics New Zealand said today.
Transformation of Auckland’s public transport network is underway, and from 2 June to 13 July feedback is open on proposed changes for the North Shore.
Become a new Auckland Domain volunteer this Arbor Day, on 5 June.