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An MOU between the three parties includes plans to build a substantial 10 billion RMB (USD $1.6 billion) 'Sino-NZ Co-production Film Park' in Wuhan along with plans to participate in the Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct in central Auckland.
Even though it won't be on the radar of most Aucklanders today, two football teams are playing for the biggest cash prize in New Zealand team sport this year. On Mt Smart's humble No2 arena, ASB Premiership champions Waitakere United and perennial
The battle lines have blurred and the tackles have mellowed but there will still be an undercurrent of animosity in the Oceania Champions League final on Sunday. When defending champions Auckland City take on national champions Waitakere United for a
The match in Auckland, reduced to a winner-takes-all final after the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) streamlined the competition this year, will be broadcast not only on television but also live over the Internet on the OFC's YouTube channel. "
Both Waitakere United and Auckland City took care of business this weekend to set up the most lucrative Super City derby in the history of the rivalry. The two Auckland sides won through to next Sunday's Oceania Champions League final after securing
The Men in Black had to win by five clear goals to reach the final but failed to overturn the 1-6 first semi-final defeat. It was a frustrating afternoon for the hosts as they failed to find the back of the net despite creating more scoring
Auckland City have reached their third consecutive OFC Champions League final with a 1-0 away victory over Fijian side Ba today. Leading 6-1 on aggregate from their first leg efforts at Kiwitea Street last Sunday, City always looked in control of the
Their minds may have wandered to a possible showdown with Auckland City but Waitakere United captain Jake Butler has warned his side about an Amicale comeback in the Oceania Champions League. While Auckland head to Fiji to face Ba on Saturday with a
Less speed bumps around low decile schools NZ Newswire May 10, 2013, 9:15 am Streets around Auckland's lowest socioeconomic schools have less traffic safety measures than their higher decile counterparts, a new study has found. The New Zealand
Auckland City is wary of the heat factor when the side takes on Ba in the Oceania Champions League semi-final at Govind Park tomorrow. The Kiwis arrived in the country yesterday confident of maintaining their consistency after hammering the Men in