News And Events

MHRS Joins Central Isthmus Coalition on Stormwater Planning CANOPy

MHRS' objectives include reduced overflows into the Manukau Harbour and the Waitemata Harbour

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MHRS AGM Monday 17 July. 7pm The Landing, 2 Onehunga Rd

Please join us for a short Annual General Meeting of the society to conduct our formal year end business and elect officers and committee members for the coming year.

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The astonishing truth about NZ’s most expensive road ever....

Remember that proposed new highway from Penrose to Onehunga, the East-West Link, set to cost close to $2 billion? Turns out no one has worked out, using current figures, if it’s worth the money – and it’s most likely no one ever will. And it’s not clear if the responsible ministers even know this.

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The most expensive road in New Zealand history is coming to Auckland. Why?

The government is about to push through a plan to build the most expensive road in New Zealand history – without declaring an up-to-date business case or providing any good evidence of the need. Simon Wilson asks why it wants to waste so much of our money.

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MHFS - Video Presentation by Bronwen Turner

Bronwen Turner video presentation to the Manukau Harbour Forum Symposium

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TESTING WORK TO START ON EAST WEST PROJECT

NZTA carrying out ground testing throughout April - Press Release NZTA

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FORUM SHARES TIPS ON MANUKAU HARBOUR CARE

“Stormwater contamination is a key challenge for the harbour,”

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ONEHUNGA FORESHORE OPENING

The Onehunga foreshore officially opens on Saturday 14 November, 2015.

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FEARS FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

Bid to stop a housing project next to the Otuataua Stonefields Reserve

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PORTS OF AUCKLAND TO OPEN UP ONEHUNGA WHARF LAND

Consolidation enables Ports of Auckland to open up Onehunga Wharf.

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MHRS SEAWEEK PHOTO & COLOURING COMPETITION

The Photographic and Colouring Competitions were are great success this year

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NEW WEST AUCKLAND PATHWAY OPENS

Stage one of Te Whau Pathway opens: Three sections of the pathway, totalling 1.6km, run through Olympic, Ken Maunder and Archibald parks. Once complete, Te Whau Pathway will be a 13km shared path for cyclists and pedestrians, linking

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