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Old July 12th, 2010, 11:41 PM   #1
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[30 MAY 2010] - 15°C SUNDAY, 13:00 Partly Cloudy

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MONOCLE MAGAZINE RANKS AUCKLAND 20th BEST CITY FOR [QUALITY OF LIFE] FOR A 2nd YEAR IN A ROW



The International Design and Culture bible, Monocle magazine, has for the 2nd year in a row ranked Auckland as the 20th best city for quality of life. Munich was ranked 1st. The magazine notes that Auckland is on the cusp of dramatic change and it is all for the better.


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Old July 12th, 2010, 11:42 PM   #2
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[05 JUNE 2010] - 17°C SATURDAY, 13:00 Partly Cloudy

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AUCKLAND SECURES THE 2012 [TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIP]



The biggest international triathlon event outside of the Olympics is coming to Auckland city. The grand final of the 2012 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series has been secured by New Zealand. Triathlon New Zealand was informed early this week of its successful bid by the International Triathlon Union (ITU). New Zealand was chosen above other countries including those from Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Triathlon New Zealand has partnered with Auckland City Council and government to make the event possible. It will take place over four days (18-22 October 2012) and be based at Queens Wharf in the city centre. The grand final is the most prestigious event of the eight-race world championship series and is expected to attract a host of international stars, as well as thousands of global visitors. Hosting the event will be a huge boost for the profile of Auckland and New Zealand, with an estimated global TV audience in excess of 13 million and financial benefits for New Zealand estimated at $30 million. "This is yet another successful major event bid for Auckland. After Rugby World Cup 2011, we can now look forward to hosting the Triathlon World Championships and Volvo Ocean Race in 2012, followed by the BMX World Championships in 2013," says Mayor of Auckland city, Hon. John Banks. Triathlon New Zealand CEO, Dave Beeche adds, "This is recognition of our standing in the world of triathlon. The ITU is entrusting New Zealand with the biggest triathlon event on the calendar outside the Olympics. This is both a huge honour and responsibility, but one we and our event partners are looking forward to."


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Old July 12th, 2010, 11:55 PM   #3
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[02 JULY 2010] - 15°C FRIDAY, 13:00 Partly Cloudy

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THE [BIG DIG] IS ALL DONE



Happiness is a great big hole in the ground for KiwiRail project manager Paul Crawford. The trench 300 metres long by seven deep and up to 18 metres wide is the result of a year's work on the $42 million Manukau rail link. And now comes the best part of the job – seeing the concrete slab poured as the base for the twin platforms for the new Manukau train station. "It's been a long time coming," he says. "The excavation has been a mammoth task." It's taken three months to dig out more than 30,000 cubic metres of silt from the trench running from Davies Ave to just beyond the Lambie Drive bridge. Mr Crawford says the 500mm thick base slab is being poured in "patchwork" sections to allow for shrinkage when the concrete's cured. "Once all the slabs have cured and shrunk, we'll put in expansive concrete to push it out towards the walls," he says. The base slab is held in place by 158 tension piles driven from the surface deep into the Waitemata sandstone. "It's to stop it lifting because we're four metres below the water table here." A few cylinders of concrete jumbled on the trench floor are remnants of the tension piles, lopped off during the excavation. Contractors are now preparing areas for escalators, lifts and stairs up to the Davies Ave bus interchange which will also lead into Manukau Institute of Technology's planned tertiary campus. The next stage will be covering the secant pile walls with 180 pre-cast, six-metre-high panels of honed concrete. "They will be polished and it will look nice," Mr Crawford says. The panels will cover the damp patches on the walls, evidence of the "minimal seepage" from the surrounding water table which will be drained into a tank near the Lambie Drive bridge. The 250 cubic metre tank is still being built and will cope with a one in 100-year storm, he says. Soon contractors will start work on the walls for the pair of 160-metre platforms, then on the platforms them-selves. "By the end of September we should have finished the civil works to the stage where the platforms are back-filled," Mr Crawford says. In October KiwiRail will fill the trench with ballast and start laying the 2km of tracks out to the southern line. The Auckland Regional Transport Authority will surface the platforms and hang canopies from the capping beams to protect travellers from the weather. In February work is due to start on the bus interchange building, a joint venture between the regional transport authority and Manukau City Council. About 600,000 train passengers each year are expected to use the rail station when it opens next year. About 1.2 million people are expected to use the bus interchange each year.


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Old July 13th, 2010, 12:46 AM   #4
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Old July 14th, 2010, 12:14 AM   #5
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[02 JULY 2010] : 15°C FRIDAY, 13:00 Partly Cloudy

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ARTISTS TO LIGHT UP [BLEDISLOE WALKWAY]



A series of luxurious images by renowned Auckland artist Richard Orjis will be the first to grace the Bledisloe Walkway light boxes – an exciting new exhibition space in the heart of Auckland city. From 17 July 2010, a series of light boxes in the Bledisloe Walkway, which runs between Aotea Square and Wellesley Street, will provide artists with a unique outdoor space to display contemporary artwork. The first of three proposed sets of public art light boxes planned for Auckland’s CBD, the Bledisloe Walkway light boxes will house approximately four, three-month exhibitions each year featuring the work of individual artists and curated group exhibitions. Park by Richard Orjis features a series of five photographs, which depict an opulent fantasy world. One image shows jewel-encrusted robots seated majestically in a bed; other images suggest an artificial garden teeming with spring flowers, rising dough and plastic bones, and dotted with candles. “Orjis conjures up a world where nature looks beautiful, pure and intrinsically good, but at the same time appears dangerous, decadent and destructive,” says Auckland City Council, manager public art Rob Garrett. The light box programme will meet two of the council’s key expectations for public art by “creating richness” through the diversity of artists’ expressions and stories over time; and “generating surprise” through exhibitions that will surprise, delight and challenge over time.


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Old July 14th, 2010, 05:36 AM   #6
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Awesome photography skills, Sydney. The postings of New Zealand on here are always a pleasure. Both you and Mr Kiwi Fruit do a superb job of capturing it, particularly at street level. Credit to both of you for taking the time to contribute your own photos. Keep them coming
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Awesome photography skills, Sydney. The postings of New Zealand on here are always a pleasure. Both you and Mr Kiwi Fruit do a superb job of capturing it, particularly at street level. Credit to both of you for taking the time to contribute your own photos. Keep them coming
Thank you that is very reassuring and very kind of you. Thanks for the great comment and I hope that you keep on enjoying the pics
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[10 JULY 2010] : 11°C SATURDAY, 12:00 Sunny

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NEW [CHINATOWN] TAKING SHAPE IN MANUKAU



There has been a strong response from Manukau City’s Chinese community to a new Chinatown complex that is to be established on a high profile site in Ti Rakau Drive in East Tamaki. Wyatt says around 40 per cent of the complex’s space has already been taken up within the first month of marketing by a variety of predominantly Chinese retailers, food operators and other traders. The Chinatown enterprise is being spearheaded by two prominent local Chinese businessmen Jack Ren and Crown Xu. Ren is the principal of the Wanfang Group which has a turnover in excess of $20 million and was established 12 years ago as a specialist souvenir business to cater for the growing Asian market in New Zealand. Crown Xu owned a residential housing design and build company and has also established seven cafes under the Crown brand. He was involved in the grand opening committee of the Auckland Oriental Markets which were formerly located in Quay Street in the CBD before that area underwent redevelopment. Xu says the Manukau Chinatown is being modelled on other successful Chinatowns around the world, and will not only provide for commercial and leisure activities, but will also become a focal point for community and cultural activities. He says the complex will be open seven days a week and will also have a vibrant night market, where music and artistic performances will play a central role and which will provide a safe environment for families and young people to dine and be entertained. Xu says the Chinatown complex will provide an alternative shopping environment that is not available anywhere else in the region and prices will be open to bartering as is common practice in these types of markets internationally. Redevelopment work on the former giant hardware store is underway following the granting of resource consent and Chinatown is scheduled to open for business in October.


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Fantasic work, Auckland looks like a great city
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[10 JULY 2010] : 11°C SATURDAY, 12:00 Sunny

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WORK TO START ON [QUEENS' WHARF] IN TIME FOR THE RUGBY WORLD CUP 2011



The Auckland Regional Council (ARC) and the Government have agreed on how Queens Wharf will be developed. “After a long and sometimes difficult debate I am very pleased that the ARC and the Government have reached a robust and sustainable agreement on the development of Queens Wharf,” says Michael Lee, Chairman of the ARC. “We have reached a pragmatic and creative solution that delivers an outstanding harbourside fan zone for the Rugby World Cup, embraces the wharf’s heritage and preserves the broadest possible options and legacy for the future.” The agreement between the Government and the ARC confirms Queens Wharf as the Rugby World Cup fan zone in a plan which includes both Shed 10 and the temporary “cloud” structure. Under the agreement Shed 11 will be dismantled and moved off site, and the “cloud” building located in its place on the western side of the wharf. Shed 10 will be retained with some works undertaken to ensure that it is safe, secure and visually in keeping with the fan zone for next year’s Rugby World Cup. This work will respect the heritage values of the shed. The ARC purchased Queens Wharf to provide a permanent cruise ship terminal and public open space in the heart of Auckland’s waterfront. “This agreement means that after the Rugby World Cup the new Auckland Council and its Waterfront Development Agency will be able to make considered decisions on how to achieve these long term objectives within a vision for Auckland and the whole of the waterfront,” says Mr Lee.


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[10 JULY 2010] : 11°C SATURDAY, 12:00 Sunny

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AUCKLAND ON IT'S WAY TO BECOMING A [SUPER CITY]



A website for the new Auckland Council has gone live. The page at www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz carries information relating to the upcoming local body elections, as well as customer service details and frequently asked questions. The changes to Auckland governance are substantial and the new website will provide the definitive resource for residents and ratepayers. Features include a street-find application allowing people to search their addresses to locate which new ward or board area they live in. It also contains sections on the roles and responsibilities of the mayor, councillors and local boards, information on council-controlled organisations and news. More content will be progressively loaded between now and November 1, when the Auckland Council will come into being. Mark Ford is the executive chairman of the Auckland Transition Agency, which is charged with planning and managing the amalgamation of the existing local, district and regional councils. "The people of Auckland will be able to interact with the new Auckland Council easily through many more channels, including online and face to face," he says. Other initiatives for provide improved access include a network of service centres across the region, and an agreement with the Bank of New Zealand and PostShop to provide online and over-the-counter transactions.


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One of these days, I'm going to fly over to Auckland, stay there for a few days to check things out, then just drive all around New Zealand for like a month or two. It'd be an awesome holiday. I just wish I had some moneys to do it. I seriously like New Zealand better than Australia in a lot of ways.
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One of these days, I'm going to fly over to Auckland, stay there for a few days to check things out, then just drive all around New Zealand for like a month or two. It'd be an awesome holiday. I just wish I had some moneys to do it. I seriously like New Zealand better than Australia in a lot of ways.
A drive around NZ, especially South Island, is a must do .... the South Island is my most favourite place on planet earth - it is stunning !

It is an exciting time to be living in Auckland, it is on the cusp of many changes. Just as Melbourne began it's transformation so many years ago, Auckland is starting it's transformation ... let's hope that it is as good as Melbourne

If you are wanting big and exciting cities - Australia is your kettle of fish. If you prefer things slower, chilled and calm - then NZ is your bag

I hope that you get to save up, come in Summer for Auckland/Wellington and visit the South Island in winter - that is when it sparkles.

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SEASON 2 OF [SPARTACUS: BLOOD & SAND] TO BE FILMED IN AUCKLAND



Series 1 of the tv series, "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" was filmed in Auckland and other locations throughout New Zealand. Receiving rave revues, Starz announced on May 11 2010, that it is developing a six-episode prequel to Spartacus: Blood and Sand. The prequel will feature new and returning stars, headlining the roles of John Hannah as Batiatus, and Lucy Lawless as Lucretia. Star Andy Whitfield will also briefly appear. Production begins in New Zealand in the summer of 2010 and the prequel will air beginning January 2011. A lot of people compare "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" to "Rome", however the 2 have nothing in common. While "Rome" is a drama about politics and conspiracies, "Spartacus" is one man's journey. The series is inspired by the story of the gladiator Spartacus, who led the gladiators rebellion and who died in their last stand in southern Italy. The 2 inspiration points for the series are clearly "Gladiator", for the concept, a man fighting for something and using the crowd of the arena to achieve his goal, and "300" for the special effects. In the first 2 episodes it was more about fights and sex scenes, things change in the third episode and becomes more focused on the character. The show feels different from anything at the moment and could easily become one of the best shows around.


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