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Auckland sleepwalking to mediocrity in many measures: report

‘State of the City’ by UK research firm shows Auckland has substantially slipped down comprehensive liveability rankings since Covid.

The Business of Cities co-founder and MD Tim Moonen speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Tue, 08 Aug 2023

Auckland has been surpassed by peer cities around the world in important areas and is at risk of “sleepwalking into becoming a medium-productivity city” that could erode its liveability for New Zealanders and immigrants unless it undertakes urgent, collaborative efforts to make things

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