19 November 2019
People first, at last
Edition No 13, August 18 2006
Online editors: Helen Twose and Gemma Scott
MAIN STREET REVAMP: Queen St is set to be narrowed as part of a $7 billion revamp to make Auckland city more attractive for pedestrians.
The four-lane section between Wellesley St and Victoria St is likely to be narrowed as part of a new urban design proposal to “give priority to pedestrians over cars,” says Deputy Mayor Dr Bruce Hucker.
Photo by: Marc Checkley
Shadows cast on development
By Marc Checkley
Inner city residents in Auckland’s Emily Place have been thrown a lifeline after the council stalled palns to build a commercial property on their door-step.
But questions still remain about the site’s future.
Airport marae naming will wait for Queen’s burial
By Qiane Corfield
The naming of Auckland International Airport’s marae could be delayed following the death of Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu.
Also in this issue:
|Maori Wardens: Keeping order on the “animal train”||Kids clubbing: How young is too young?||Dan Carter: On life as an All Black|
- NEWS - Shadows cast on development
- NEWS - Auckland rocks, but it ain’t loud enough
- TAHA MAORI - Film maker looks for lost heritage
- TAHA MAORI - Wardens keep students on track
- OPINION - Murder in the Congo: the human shadow under fire
- OPINION - Perils of coupledom for the great ungroomed
- OPINION - A ‘mallow’ view of nationhood.
- OPINION - Stop the talking, start the doing.
- OPINION - Academia and the male drought...
- OPINION - The deadly responsibilities of a pesto demonstrating girl
- POLITICS - Auckland MPs hard to hear
- FEATURES - Kids in clubs
- MEDIA COMMENT - When will we play it straight?
- PREVIEW - Mazda showcases art for charity
- REVIEW - Taiko: Real Japanese chic, Kingsland style
- REVIEW - Truffles: classroom dining at its best
- REVIEW - 9/11 runaway plane lands in Hollywood
- SPORT - World’s best descend on Rotorua
- SPORT - Great Expectations
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