A luxury island development in Auckland’s Manukau Harbour is finally under way, Stuff reports, 10 years after the developers won the right to do it in the Environment Court. The 103-lot Pararēkau Island development is connected to the suburb of Karaka on the mainland. Rules for buyers who wish to live there include “no public displays of nudity”, laundry lines must not be visible from the road, and weeds higher than 15cm will not be allowed. Prices for lots range from $1.6 million for inner sections to $3.5 million for harbour-facing water’s edge prime spots.