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    An Auckland business leader is "astounded" at the lack of care for businesses devastated by the City Rail Link project

    An Auckland business leader is "astounded" at the lack of care for businesses devastated by the City Rail Link project


    Property owner Grant McRae says his tenants are abandoning leases - and his income's shrunk by 85 per cent -- because of the construction.

    Businesses held a demonstration last week, asking ministers and the Mayor for rent relief.

    Heart of the City chief executive Viv Beck says it's got to the point where they're trying to work in a construction site.

    She says it's extraordinary the impacts the project is having -- and the lack of urgency there is to resolve the issues.

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    South Africa's director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has posted an hour-long video on Twitter, airing his grievances over the refereeing in their opening defeat to the Lions - before saying he would "step away" for the last two tests More...


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     Today's News

    Rugby:
    South Africa's director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has posted an hour-long video on Twitter, airing his grievances over the refereeing in their opening defeat to the Lions - before saying he would "step away" for the last two tests 10:26

    Entertainment:
    Paris Hilton has denied reports she’s expecting her first baby 10:16

    Politics:
    Nurses are urging Christchurch City Council and Ngai Tahu to hurry up and build Christchurch Hospital's carpark 10:06

    Cycling:
    Emma Twigg knows as much as anyone the value of living in the moment at an Olympics 10:06

    General:
    Matildas to take on Great Britain for first time at Olympics in quarter-final 10:06

    Entertainment:
    Jenna Dewan hasn’t had time to discuss her wedding plans with Steve Kazee 9:46

    Law and Order:
    Police have arrested a 30-year-old man after a firearm incident in Manurewa last night 9:26

    Entertainment:
    Simone Biles says her emotional state “varies on the time and moment” as she continues to battle with the pressure of being the “head star” at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games 9:16

    Entertainment:
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s biography, ‘Finding Freedom’, is set to be given a major update that will include events that have happened over the past year 8:46

    International:
    China hopes it can snuff out a Delta-fuelled coronavirus outbreak with mass testing, longer quarantine and surveillance 8:46


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