His Worship is talking about the long standing Kauri tree that was recently cut down, a proposed new tip in Dome Valley, and the affects of the City Rail Link on small businesses in Tāmaki Makaurau's CBD.
Mikey talks to the Mayor about the various vigil's and events across Tāmaki Makaurau after the terror attack on a mosque in Christchurch, and what the council contributes to those events. Phil Goff also discusses the financial turmoil of Eden Park, and the money going towards it.
The Mayor of Auckland, Phil Goff and Mikey talk about the painful events of last Friday, and how they are greiving. They discuss some condolence books that have been set up which are open at Te Atatu Peninsula, New Lynn, Ellen Melville, Wesley, Onehunga and Te Puke O Tara Community Centres.
From protests, to anchor fees, and speedways, His Worship has a lot on his plate this week. Do we really need to get rid of the speedway, what's a bit of noise pollution? And are we really extending the wharf with more concrete? Mayor, Phil Goff, has got the answers.
Mike reckons he's the King of Funk, you may also know him as His Worship or the Mayor of Auckland, Phil Goff dials in to catch up with Mikey about the state of housing? Where are we at? Is it really getting better? Also covering the recent report of Youth Mortality Rates in New Zealand and the never-ending saga with Lime scooters.
His Worship's been attending some local meetings, with concerns rising over a lack of police presence in Mangere Bridge, locals are calling for a solution. And it seems like just a few weeks ago we were talking a new stadium, but now it appears Auckland Council needs to sort out the financial burden of Eden Park first? A lot going on in Tāmaki Makaurau.
His Worship talks to Mike about taxes, the compulsory contribution to state revenue, ah, lovely. But what about property tax? Particulary, downtown? Hmm. Also covering the Creative Communities Scheme funding available for Tāmaki Makaurau art projects. Nice.