• Kahui member Erin Heslin, Margi Watson, Kahui member Cassie Heslin (hat) and Kahui director Bernadette Papa

    Pa harakeke and partnering

    Feb 5 | Albert-Eden Local Board, News | | No Comments

    The Albert-Eden Board has partnered with the Kahui Kairaranga o Tamaki in a first for the area. Sustainability, biodiversity, art, culture and bringing old practices back to daily life is all happening in Walmer Reserve. The Albert-Eden Local Board has allowed Kahui Kairaranga o Tamaki, a harakeke...

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    Albert-Eden business awards

    Feb 5 | Albert-Eden Local Board, Featured Post, News | | No Comments

    Albert-Eden Local Board has launched the first Albert-Eden Business Awards elebrating the success and excellence of local businesses. Local people have until 29 February to nominate their favourite business. ‘Vibrant villages and local businesses are vital to the well-being of our...

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    Moving the city forward

    Feb 3 | Featured Post, News | | No Comments

    Ponsonby News column for Waitemata Local Board Chair February 2016 This year is local body election year, and the issues for you, the voter to decide to see our city move forward under the right stewardship remain many and complex. The main challenges remain prioritising and funding public...

  • MP Julie Anne Genter celebrations the CRL announcement

    Government finally commits to the City Rail Link

    Jan 27 | Featured Post, News | | No Comments

    We’ve been big supporters of the CRL from day one, as we believe it is critical to the development of an integrated public transport system in Auckland. The government has dragged its heels, but it’s great that funding is now in place – well done to everyone who has campaigned to...

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    New shared paths making progress

    Jan 21 | Albert-Eden Local Board, News | | No Comments

    Shared Path progress in Pt Chevalier, Waterview, Mt Albert and Owairaka Shared paths are progressing across the Central Isthmus with several new paths being built as part of the SH20 Waterview Connection project. By 2017, it is expected that safer walking and cycling between Pt Chevalier and...

  • Waterview Reserve opens

    Parks of local significance

    Jan 14 | Albert-Eden Local Board, Featured Post, News, Uncategorized | | No Comments

    Parks of Local Significance and Roads of National Significance Hard won community mitigation is taking shape in Waterview. The Albert- Eden Local Board opened Waterview Reserve in December 2015. The Board worked with the community in 2010 and 2011 to ensure that appropriate mitigation was secured...

  • WWI Albert Eden

    Honouring those who made the ultimate sacrifice in WWI

    Jan 13 | Albert-Eden Local Board, News | | No Comments

    The WWI commemorations would not have been complete without honouring those whom made the ultimate sacrifice between 1914 and 1919. No public memorial existed in the old Mt Albert City for those that had lived or worked in the Mt Albert, Edendale, St Lukes, Sandringham and Kingsland areas and...

  • City Vision candidates at the launch of the 2013 election

    Candidate nominations open for City Vision and Roskill Community Voice

    Dec 20 | Featured Post, News | | No Comments

    Local Government elections 2016 City Vision and Roskill Community Voice have opened nominations to stand as a candidate at the local government elections in 2016 for the following elected positions: Albert-Eden-Roskill Ward Councillors (2 candidates) Waitematā and Gulf Islands Ward Councillor...

  • Gribblehurst park community shed

    Backing the community at Gribblehirst Park club rooms

    Dec 17 | Albert-Eden Local Board, News | | No Comments

    The Albert-Eden Local Board backed the local community in its decision this month on the lease of the former bowling club rooms at Gribblehirst Park in Sandringham.   The Board awarded the lease to a collective of community groups comprising Grow Sandringham, Auckland Central Community Shed (a...

  • Members of the Waitemata Local Board at the launch of the low carbon plan

    Game on!

    Dec 7 | Featured Post, News | | No Comments

    Final update of the year from the Chair of the Waitemata Local Board Ponsonby News column December 2015 So it’s game on for the Auckland mayoralty next year. Inaugural Mayor of Auckland, Len Brown has achieved much despite the occasional but noticeable misstep, a too easy readiness to please all,...

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