When the Herald examiner building is ‘heralded’, it’s ‘an interesting moment in time’

The Herald building, which opened in 2015, is the only building on the Auckland CBD to have a heralded building, a feat it achieved in 2018.

The building has a history of herding cats, and has also become a popular place for people to gather for concerts.

The Herald’s new director of planning, Michael McCrae, said the building had been an “interesting moment in history”.

“It has really taken the Herald out of the city and really opened it up to the people of Auckland,” Mr McCrai said.

The new building is about 300m long, 120m wide and 150m high.

The first herald was at the Herald building in 2017, when it became the first building in the world to be named after a former resident.

Mr McCrain said the Herald had also been “heralding” for years and hoped to continue the tradition. “

People have come to the Herald over the years and we have welcomed them,” Mr McCullrae said.

Mr McCrain said the Herald had also been “heralding” for years and hoped to continue the tradition.

“We just wanted to do it with a different structure.”

The building was opened in July 2018 and is owned by the New Zealand Herald and the Herald Media Group.

The two organisations are working to build the Herald Tower in a new location in Auckland, to replace the Herald Building.

The former Herald building was a cultural centre, with art galleries, cinemas, theatres, a swimming pool and a zoo.

The future of the building is being explored by the city’s planning authority.

“There are a lot of things that are on the table for that building and that’s the Herald,” Mr Kowalski said.

“But the Herald is in the hands of the owners.”

Mr McCullrain said that was a reason the Herald was a “herd leader”.

The Herald also hosts an annual event on the building’s rooftop.”

And that’s something that is going to help the building.”

The Herald also hosts an annual event on the building’s rooftop.