His Worship's away, but we've found the best man to step into the breach. Auckland Councillor Richard Hills is from 'round Mike's way, so we'll excuse the North Shore camaraderie in order to ask: what's happening out there in Auckland City, Councillor?
Mike is away so Tess and Phil are having an ol' catch up this morning. His Worship is being summoned apparently, so we're getting word from the man himself on what's going on. Phil also knows about ~art~ and is talking newly proposed statue at Bastion Point.
Your Worship is bearing the cold to bring us the latest with those rubbish dumpers, who did it Phil? Whilst bFM is helping the Mayor solve the case, we also find out about who's banning what with Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux.
Again with that fuel tax, out with the old and in with the new, right Mikey? And parks, open spaces, selling, trading, what are we doing here Phil? Mikey finds out what's going down with His Worship here on Breakfast.
It's a big day for Mayor Goff, as he faces his council critics at a "free and frank" discussion over dissatisfaction about his leadership. ...He didn't tell Mike about the stadium report either, if that helps, guys.
Is Auckland transport really THAT bad? His Worship The Mayor reckons it ain't as bad as the rumours say... And losing the Western Springs Speedway in favour of the cricket, just who's behind this aye?! Mike gets the scoop from the man himself.
Beaches, rivers, America's Cup, storms, forestry, oil, transport, and even a freaking heart attack. We've discussed it all, but there's been one thing - according to Mikey, anyway - that's slipped under the radar. We finally talk to His Worship about the future of the notoriously rectangular Waterfront stadium. Unfortunately, Mayor Goff couldn't attend the morning rave for this important discussion. We forgive him.