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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,...

How best to do rail in Maungawhau?

How best to do rail in Maungawhau?

    In this short video Bernadette explains how rail services would work best in Maungawhau. Want to hear more from...

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Maungawhau, this is your last week to vote for Bernadette! It all ends this Friday at noon. There's no more postal voting, so please vote at one of 6 ballot boxes in the following convenient locations (they look like blue love hearts):- Kingsland Train Station (on Sandringham Road, by the stairs) - Potters Park, 173 Balmoral Road, Mt Eden (on the changing rooms by the splash pad)- Countdown Mt Eden, cnr Valley and Dominion Roads - Mt Eden Village Centre, corner of Mt Eden Road and Ngauruhoe Street - Mt Albert Library, 84 St Lukes Road, Mt Albert- Epsom Library, 195 Manukau Road, Epsom.You have until Friday 12 noon...Here's a map - cityvision.org.nz/uncategorized/maungawhau-this-is-your-last-week-to-vote-for-bernadette/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Maungawhau, this is your last week to vote for Bernadette!

Drop off your vote anytime before Friday at noon.

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.