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  1. Video for Safety upgrades for rural Tairāwhiti roads
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    Safety upgrades for rural Tairāwhiti roads

    High-risk areas on rural roads around Gisborne will receive $20mil in government funding for improved safety measures in response to the rising road toll. The Safety Boost Programme will enable NZTA to implement upgrades on the ground quickly.

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    High numbers of faulty Takata airbags remain in regions

    Government figures show more than 36,000 vehicles are estimated to still have faulty Takata alpha-type airbags and those in regional communities have high numbers in need of repair.

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    Drive safe this Labour weekend

    The New Zealand Transport Agency and Police are urging travelers to take extra care on the roads this Labour weekend.

  4. Video for NZTA admits contractors dumped rubble in Whangārei stream
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    NZTA admits contractors dumped rubble in Whangārei stream

    The New Zealand Transport Agency has admitted that contractors working on the Oakleigh Bridge on State Highway 1, south of Whangārei didn't follow processes.

  5. Video for A welcome sign for a bilingual Rotorua
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    A welcome sign for a bilingual Rotorua

    Rotorua unveiled its first bilingual welcome sign today.  Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick says, “We hope over time you're going to see a lot more of the reo incorporated into road signage.” 

  6. Video for Drivers urged to take care if driving through Waioeka Gorge
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    Drivers urged to take care if driving through Waioeka Gorge

    New Zealand Transport Authority (NZTA) is urging motorists to still take care if driving through the Waioeka Gorge between Ōpōtiki and Gisborne. The road was re-opened this morning after slips closed it early this morning.

  7. Video for Ancient papakāinga unearthed in Papamoa
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    Ancient papakāinga unearthed in Papamoa

    An ancient papakāinga has been unearthed at a roundabout construction in Papamoa. Archaeologists say the papakāinga may have dated from 1600-1800.

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    Continue to avoid all non-essential travel- NZTA

    The NZ Transport Agency is asking people to continue to avoid all non-essential travel across the central North Island.

  9. Video for Ngāti Whātua oppose East-West highway plan
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    Ngāti Whātua oppose East-West highway plan

    Auckland iwi have lodged mixed responses to the proposed East-West Link highway, an NZTA project that would create link the South-Western (SH20) and Southern Motorways (SH1). NZTA says it will improve travel times and make for easy more reliable travel, but Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei disagrees.

  10. Video for UN Road safety campaign asks NZ drivers to slow down
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    UN Road safety campaign asks NZ drivers to slow down

    The UN Road Safety Week campaign is calling for New Zealanders to slow down. This comes after a survey revealed that communities are concerned about speeding traffic. Last week, the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) announced that the country's new roading infrastructure can handle vehicles driving faster and that a new speed limit of 110km may be implemented in some areas.

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