The Great Debate: Election 2014

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The last minute withdrawal by right wing political commentator Matthew Hooton from the Committee for Auckland’s political debate skewed opinion towards the left, but his absence didn’t dampen enthusiasm nor dull the liveliness of what became more of a discussion than a debate, hosted by AUT University on August 20. Read more.

CEO Boardroom Briefing

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David Hisco, Chief Executive Officer, ANZ spoke at the inaugural Committee for Auckland CEO Boardroom Briefing in July. Creating an economic edge for New Zealand in a globalised world was a topic close to the heart of those who attended. Read more.

Dialogue Session with Rt Hon John Key, Prime Minister

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Rt Hon John Key, Prime Minister addressed Committee for Auckland members on 14 March regarding the National Party's policies ahead of the upcoming election.

Dialogue Session with Hon David Cunliffe, Labour Party Leader

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Hon David Cunliffe, Labour Party Leader, addressed Committee for Auckland members on 13 March regarding the Labour Party's policies ahead of the upcoming election.

Enabling Future Auckland Symposium

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The Committee for Auckland brought together 80 members and invited guests for a Symposium, 'Enabling Future Auckland'. Those that gathered represented a diverse range of Auckland's thought-leaders, drawn together with the common interest to discuss how we 'enable Auckland to become a high quality city'. Read more.

 

Chorus Dialogue Session

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Mark Ratcliffe, Chief Executive, Chorus, speaking at a recent Committee for Auckland Dialogue Session about the priority areas for the roll-out of fast broadband in Auckland, the broader benefits of fast broadband technology and its role in Auckland's digital future.

2012/13 Future Auckland Leaders Graduation

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The Future Auckland Leaders Programme taps into the energy and insight of the city's emerging leaders, cultivating their passion for Auckland and helping channel it into city-enhancing projects. Congratulations to all those who graduated on 12 November. Read more.

Cities of Migration Webinar

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On Wednesday 24th July the Committee joined the Cities of Migration  webinar. Two case studies were featured from  Wellington and Vancouver that are bringing new immigrant and indigenous communities together for intercultural learning  as an essential part of newcomer settlement and welcome in these multicultural societies.  Read more.

Auckland Airport Career Ready Day

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Auckland International Airport hosted students from Aorere, De La Salle, James Cook and McAuley High Schools on recently.  Career presentations from Operations, Customs, Airport Security, Hospitality and Human Resources informed the students of the wide range of employment opportunities available in a large corporate.

Auckland Arts Festival Dialogue Session

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At a Committee for Auckland Member Dialogue Session David Inns, Chief Executive, and Arne Herrmann, Marketing and Development Director, Auckland Arts Festival, spoke about the challenges involved in staging a successful arts festival in a competitive market place during an environment of reduced discretionary spending.

Our vision: Auckland as a global city.

  • In 2013 we will be an influential voice for all of Auckland, creating cross-sectoral solutions to the city's issues and
  • Focusing on a future beyond the electoral cycle helping New Zealand's only world-ranked city to achieve its potential for the region and the country

The Committee for Auckland (CFA) has played a prominent role in galvanising positive change for our city. Our members are all specialists in the city's issues and fervent advocates for its success. Having contributed significantly to the new shape of Auckland as one city, 2013 is the platform for a re-focused Committee to drive the agenda for Auckland as a world leading destination as well as the welcoming gateway to New Zealand. When Auckland achieves, the entire country reaps the benefits. Auckland produces some 20% of New Zealand's GDP and is home to 30% of the nation. A thriving Auckland is vital for New Zealand's economy.

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