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‘RIDICULOUSLY LONG’ UPGRADES FOR TOWN CENTRE

By Cara Davis

Local businesses are struggling to keep their doors open since upgrades to the Mt Albert Town Centre started in April.

Loss of parking, slow progress and delays from construction has deterred customers, with many businesses experiencing up to 50% loss in turnover. 598 more words

Talk the Talk ...

An update on my progress; I have interviewed multiple businesses in the Mt Albert Town Centre, mostly those who have experienced stage 1 of the upgrades, with unfortunately, mostly negative responses. 387 more words

Crave

Crave!! Have you been there? Where do I start with this amazing place? It’s a community focused cafe that have great food, provide a sense of community, free Wi-Fi, extremely comfortable atmosphere, and co-working spaces. 158 more words

Cafe

Questionable ?

Who, What,When, Where, Why and How …

This is what has been driven into my brain for the past twelve weeks of journalism studies and I have succeeded! 360 more words

Mt Albert Revisited ...

I’ll admit, I like walking and I love coffee. So when I can do both I’m all ears.

I went for a walk up to Mt Albert village over the weekend and grabbed a coffee for the walk back. 338 more words

Let's Talk Track

As I get the plywood sub roadbed installed and marked out, it’s a good time to talk a little about track.

The D&NE is a struggling New England shortline set in 1953. 500 more words

St. George

Meet Steve Sacatos, Fine Artist & Cartoonist

Steve Sacatos is a painter & illustrator currently living in Mt. Albert, Auckland.  He’s lived and worked here, and in Heraklio, Crete, where he had a number of exhibitions.   1,057 more words

Visual Art