Mayoral Dialogue Session

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His Worship, Mayor Len Brown, addressing Committee for Auckland members about the recent business delegation he led to Los Angeles, transport and the Port Future Study at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts on Tuesday 14 July.

Auckland’s Quest to become a Smart City

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International keynote speaker Caroline Haynes and expert panel discuss what it means to be a smart city and the opportunities this represents for Auckland at KPMG on Wednesday 24 June.

Building Better Cities

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Infrastructure experts addressed Committee for Auckland members about what is needed to build a better city at Beca on Thursday 21 May.

Dialogue Session with Hon. Murray McCully

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The Hon. Murray McCully addressed Committee for Auckland members about New Zealand’s role at the Security Council including outlining expectations of the reform agenda and what the Ministry hopes to achieve for the future at a cocktail function on February 26. This event was proudly hosted by Westpac.

Dialogue Session with Hon. Bill English

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The Hon. Bill English, Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand, Minister of Finance and Minister Responsible for Housing New Zealand Corporation outlined the Government’s key priorities for the next three years and beyond, with an Auckland focus, at a Committee for Auckland breakfast function on November 28. This event was proudly hosted by Deloitte.

The Great Debate: Election 2014

Election 2014 Event Promo

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.

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.

Hui with Hon. Dr Pita Sharples

IBC Hui Pita Sharples 5 April promoThe Committee hosted the Minister of Maori Affairs, Hon. Dr. Pita Sharples on the topic of iwi and non-iwi sector collaboration. The Minister shared current examples of how Maori are succeeding off-shore with countries such as a China and those in South America and how non-iwi organisations could use this same thinking as a means to work collaboratively with iwi here in New Zealand.

Corporate Social Responsibility Forum

CSR forum Geraint promoThe Committee for Auckland held the first of a small series of Corporate Social Responsibility Forums in March hosted by Sky City. Social measures will be included as The Committee develops its programme defining performance indicators for Auckland as a successful international city. READ MORE.

Dialogue lunch with Mayor Brown

Mayor Brown dialogue lunch 27 FebMayor Len Brown outlined his financial plan for  the Council’s operational and investment budgets at Vodafone HQ in the heart of  Auckland’s emerging innovation hub on 27 February. The Mayor answered a range of questions regarding specific investments and the potential for partnerships with the private sector.

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