John Campbell asks Len Brown where he stands
Wed, 07 Mar 2012 7:00p.m.
The Ports of Auckland are 100 percent owned by the Auckland City Council.
The council needs the Port to be a nice little earner for them and has been putting pressure on them to earn more.
What complicates things is that there is a legal requirement for the Port to be managed independently of the Council.
What complicates things further is that mayor Len Brown has previously had political support from the union involved.
So, does the mayor back the Port he needs a dividend from, or the union he has had support from, or do what he is required by law to do and stay the hell out of it.
John Campbell asks him where he stands.
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