Auckland is facing a giant step toward racial separation with iwi using claims of cultural significance to line their pockets.
The arguments sweeping Auckland over the responsibility for cutting the grass on the road side outside houses shows that the “Super City” is still a collection of arguing villages, says New Zealand First local government spokesperson Andrew Willia
Andrew Williams will be attending the Westpac Auckland North Business Awards 2013 Gala Dinner on Thursday 26 September at the Bruce Mason Centre, the Promenade, Takapuna at 6.00 pm.
I am going to disappoint the previous speaker, Phil Heatley, because I am going to make it the third party that is going to speak not in anger but in an informative way.
Andrew Williams will be attending the Official Opening of the Auckland Heritage Festival 2013 event on Friday 27 September 2013 from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm at Shed 10, Queens Wharf, Auckland Waterfront.
North Shore Times, Thursday 6 June 2013
A proposed commercial helicopter pilot training school at Whenuapai would "absolutely horrify" residents on both sides of the harbour, local board chairwoman Margaret Miles says.
Rt Hon Winston Peters has called for an end to the immigration “madness” of allowing foreign property buyers to invest in New Zealand real estate to secure permanent residence here.
Speech: North Shore Grey Power Public Meeting
AMI Netball Centre, 44 Northcote Road, Takapuna
Friday 24 May, 1.30pm
“Auckland’s Future – SuperCity or Sin City?”
Andrew Williams will be attending the Auckland Unitary Plan meeting at the All Hallow's Hall, Campbells Bay at 7.00 pm on Tuesday 21 May 2013.
The report will highlight the differences between Wellington and Auckland, and their regional traits. It will also address homogeneity in New Zealand and our attitudes toward certain issues.