The local elections are a great opportunity to decide on who we want to represent our communities over the next three years. With elections just around the corner, this is a good time to pinpoint the issues that affect you and are important to you.
Being clear on this is a first step in knowing what you want your local councillors to support or who to vote for. What are the issues you want your next local council to focus on?
21.2% Rates21.2% Complete
15% Housing15% Complete
14.2% Roads14.2% Complete
17% Public transport17% Complete
2.3% Water2.3% Complete
4.8% Waste4.8% Complete
7.5% Climate + environment7.5% Complete
13% Infrastructure13% Complete
4.9% Local facilities (like parks and libraries)4.9% Complete
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New Zealand is renowned for being friendly and welcoming but is that true for everyone?
Stuff is asking readers to share their experiences of racism by taking part in this short survey.
Being Kiwi is a project looking at the experiences of life in New Zealand for people of all cultures. It calls for the collection of official statistics on hate crimes, looks at discrimination in our schools and takes a stroll through Auckland, now one of the most diverse cities in the world.
To take part in the survey, click here
Auckland mayoral candidate Craig Lord wants to build a monorail to solve the Super City's transport woes, however the plan has been rubbished by Auckland Transport.
To read more, click here.
64.1% Yes64.1% Complete
35.9% No35.9% Complete