Policy Local makes it easy to see what sets the candidates apart in the local elections.
The Policy Local team surveyed over 3,000 local election candidates for their policy positions on a range of topics, from climate change to rates. Policy Local presents the candidates’ policies on each topic side by side, and we can favourite the policies we like to make it easier to cast our votes.
Let's find out who’s running in the local elections and what they stand for.
Te Aka Pūtaiao (Kaupae 5)
Kia ora! Are you passionate about looking after our environment? At Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, our Te Aka Pūtaiao certificate is fee free and provides students with a broad range of skills and knowledge examining traditional and contemporary models of science and the environment.
We are very excited to have had a cohort of Northland students based in Kaeo focussing on conservation in their local area.
If you are a community group, marae or individual who’d like to study with us,
we’d love to hear from you!
Auckland's SkyCity Convention Centre continues to burn after fire broke out on Tuesday in the nearly completed building. What do you think of the fire and the way it was handled?
Bars have reported low viewing numbers for the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup games so far, mostly due to their late kick-offs. Will you be watching the rest of the Rugby World Cup?
0% Yes, I will watch the games in a bar0% Complete
43.5% Yes, I will watch the games from home43.5% Complete
13% No, the games are still too late13% Complete
39.1% No, I'm not a fan39.1% Complete
4.3% Other (please comment below)4.3% Complete