349 days ago

Are you voting in the Māori electorate? Find out about Te Tai Tokerau candidates here...

Denise Piper Reporter from North Shore Times

With the election just a week away, here is a rundown of all Te Tai Tokerau candidates, the Māori seat for Northland and north Auckland.

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2 hours ago

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4 hours ago

Spring sale is now on up to 65% off!

Rugs Direct - North Shore

Make sure to visit Rugs direct website to buy the best for less! We offer click and collect same day or have it delivered for free under alert level 3!

#springsale #springintheair☀️🌺☘️ #rugsdirect #interiordesign #nzinteriors #designernz #floralrug #floraldesign

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5 hours ago

Kauri Glen Reserve - Stage 3 Track Upgrade Options

John Gillon from John Gillon - Kaipatiki Local Board

Kaipatiki Local Board members have had a workshop on options for stage 3 of the track upgrade at Kauri Glen Reserve from Kauri Glen Road through to both Tui Glen Road and Raymond Terrace. These tracks have been closed for a while to protect kauri trees.
There are two options to upgrade and reopen the connection, while protecting kauri in the area. The options will be coming to our October meeting for a decision, and if supported, work should begin later this year or early next year and take up to 10 months to complete.

* Option 1: A tree-top high boardwalk with a 60m long, 18m high glulam bridge that will enable a scenic step-free walk between Kauri Glen Road and Tui Glen Road (the portion to Raymond Terrace will have steps).
* Option 2: A staircase and boardwalk following a similar route to the existing track, with a 10m bridge at the bottom of the gully.
* Option 3: Permanently close the tracks.

Option 1 is preferred by Te Kawerau a Maki, Northcote College and Kauri Glen Bush Society Incorporated.