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    Seventy buses open doors to te reo Māori

    Seventy Auckland Link buses have begun playing te reo Māori announcements as they travel about the city. 

  2. The Railway Man

    A former British Army Officer, who was tormented as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labour camp during World War II, discovers that the man responsible for much of his treatment is still alive and sets out to confront him.

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    A day of free travel on trains, buses and ferries for Tāmaki Makaurau

    Auckland has reached 100 million public transport trips in the past year, making this the biggest year for buses, trains and ferry travel in the city since 1951.

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    Expect delays on Auckland motorways after car fire

    New Zealand Police say to take alternative routes to work this morning after a car fire on State Highway 20 in Auckland this morning.

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    Te reo roll-out for Auckland's Link buses

    Auckland's InnerLink buses are set to offer next stop announcements in te reo Māori following the success of the Māori language service announcements on the city's trains. 

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    Kareponia road signs vandalised

    Electronic speed feedback signs have been vandalised in Kaingaroa in the Far North.

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    Road toll reaches 20 in first week of April

    A fatal car crash in Auckland last night has added to a total of 20 fatalities on NZ roads in the first week of April, including a devastating crash near Taupō last Monday which killed five family members. 

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    Kuia bursts with pride at woman defending te reo on trains

    A 70-year-old kuia says she was filled with delight when a non-Māori woman stood up for te reo Māori on an Auckland train recently.

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    NZ's newest rail line a step closer for Northland

    KiwiRail has finished the first stage of its investigations into a 20km branch line to Northport at Marsden Point and will begin the next stage of exploration this year.

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    Ngāi Tahu Tourism goes electric

    One of New Zealand’s leading tourism operators, Ngāi Tahu Tourism, will adopt electric vehicle chargers at some of its businesses, helping to expand the national EV charging network.

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