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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Another business has fallen victim to Auckland's City Rail Link work

    Another business has fallen victim to Auckland's City Rail Link work


    The owner of Da Vinci's Italian Restuarant in Albert St says construction of the 4.4 billion dollar rail project has been so disruptive, it's left him with no choice but to close.

    Parliamentary questions also show Small Business Minister Stuart Nash, hasn't requested advice about the impact City Rail Link is having on local businesses.

    Advocate for affected CRL Businesses Sunny Kaushal says they feel ignored.

    He says the Government and Auckland Council have blood on their hands, as businesses continue to vanish because of the rail project.

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