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Pictorial Parade No. 98 - Expanding Auckland Short Film – 1960 Documentary Magazine

Pictorial Parade No. 98 - Expanding Auckland

Short Film – 1960 Documentary Magazine

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It’s possible that Auckland’s early 60s urban growth has never seemed bigger, brighter or bolder than it does in this breathless NFU newsreel. As the city encroaches ever further into the countryside, suburbs blossom and improved roads, motorways and the new harbour bridge keep the citizenry moving. In the CBD, construction is booming with a 23 storey civic centre on the way up and an obsession with bigger and better parking buildings. Improved infrastructure is also demanded — with upgrades to ports, railways, telephone exchanges and sewage facilities.

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Ken White

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Claude Wickstead

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Peter Gwynne

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Our most cosmopolitan city, lying between two beautiful harbours, is built on a ring of old volcanoes but the explosive activity there today is not volcanic.
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Nfu

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