The generational infrastructure deficit has a massive impact on cities
Reform work exposes just how much more spending is needed on the country’s broken down pipes.
The chief executive of NZ’s biggest water provider says Aucklanders’ charges will triple – unless the new Govt agrees to its bailout plan
Customer attitudes towards freight rail have shifted sharply in the last few years, but the upgrade of the rail network has been slow
The media is being used to encourage politicians to accept as inevitable the idea of a waterfront stadium in Auckland, if not a specific plan
Newsroom has obtained Internal Affairs’ painstakingly modelled 300-page infrastructure spending plan – but Whangārei’s mayor did his own costings.
Auditor-General and local government concerned about planning challenge of Three Waters repeal
Repealing water reforms will be politically popular, but a challenge for councils confronting a yawning infrastructure deficit
Global credit rating agency warns of ‘an uncomfortable truth’ – that NZers will pay more for their Three Waters
As incoming government draws up next blueprint for urban water management reform, there needs to be more transparency
Commerce Commission should investigate lack of competition driving up electricity prices – chair
Ecological significance trumps clean energy in decision over large-scale solar