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Gender balance in local government?

Kate Sheppard would be horrified to learn that women in New Zealand – the country that first gave women the vote – are still grossly underrepresented in the ranks of elected councillors in local government and very few hold leadership roles.

Another win for City Vision and for the environment.

Another win for City Vision and for the environment.

A big day for City Vision today - a dawn blessing for the new Community Recycling and Education Centre in central Auckland with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. This is a City Vision project, and our members on Albert-Eden and Waitematā Local Boards have made it happen. Landfill...

Gender balance in local government?

Gender balance in local government?

Kate Sheppard would be horrified to learn that women in New Zealand – the country that first gave women the vote – are still grossly underrepresented in the ranks of elected councillors in local government and very few hold leadership roles.

City Vision leadership wins better access to future train station

City Vision leadership wins better access to future train station

The City Vision-led Albert-Eden Local Board, Waitematā Local Board and Ward Councillors are pleased that Auckland Transport has relented and agreed to our request to provide for a second (western) entrance to the new Maungawhau rail station. While the new station,...

Peter Davis: Lessons from the Auckland Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak

Peter Davis: Lessons from the Auckland Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak

Very unfortunate and troubling though it has been for all concerned, in retrospect the Auckland outbreak has been a salutary experience from which everyone can learn something. Our first wave seemed to involve - for the most part - youngish and healthy middle-aged,...

Peter Davis: Simpson report presents an opportunity for Auckland

Peter Davis: Simpson report presents an opportunity for Auckland

The Health and Disability System Review (known as the Simpson Report after the chair, Heather Simpson) was recently published. It draws substantially on submissions from the sector and has been a couple of the years in the making. It is the most substantial review of...

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