Monocolumn: How Auckland Just Got Interesting

Monocolumn: How Auckland Just Got Interesting

Auckland used to be one of the world’s least ambitious cities. That's all changes with the the inauguration of Len Brown.

  • 17 november 2010

Monocolumn- How Auckland just got interesting

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Auckland used to be one of the world’s least ambitious cities. With its beautiful harbour, easy access to beaches, its young, creative workforce and excellent universities, it’s a nice place to live. But thanks to decades of indecisive leadership, political gridlock and a lack of investment in core infrastructure, the city hasn’t lived up to its potential.

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