With changes to Auckland in the Unitary Plan, heritage manager Edward Bennett is concerned “a slow degradation” could gradually chip away at the historic character of Ponsonby and Grey Lynn…
As we finally get the green light from the Government on motorway tolling, some Aucklanders are already asking how toll roads might impact inner city property prices.
More than 150 volunteers, bolstered by dozens of children from local schools and with the help of the Hawke Sea Scouts, collect over a tonne of rubbish in just two hours.
Grey Lynn portrait artist Terry Fergusson captures the many aspects of human emotion in a raw and unrehearsed manner.
Most of us remember it as the Resene showroom at Three Lamps, but over the next few months this site will be transformed into one of Ponsonby’s most desirable boutique apartment developments…
We chat with architect Peter Townsend about this picture-perfect North Shore family home.
At a gala event held at the ANZ Events Centre, 250 designers and industry professionals gathered with eager anticipation to find out who had designed the best kitchens and bathrooms of 2016.…
The Franklin Road lights are now an established and beloved event in Auckland’s festive calendar. But how and when did it all begin?
After 20 glorious years, the owners of the iconic Great Ponsonby Arthotel are reluctantly putting their business on the market. What is it that makes this place so special?
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