City Living by Trevor Plumbly

Cracks in the Concrete Having recently moved from a relatively small city to the largest in the country, I’m still a bit bemused by the difference in the social aspects. Dunedin is a somewhat staid city, rightly proud of its university, heritage and secure lifestyle, while Auckland is a melting pot of cultures, commerce and race. Auckland currently houses almost a quarter of the country’s population and continues to grow at a pace it simply isn’t capable of absorbing: put simply the place can only embrace so many before real problems present… Read More