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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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    Think your commute is bad? Major mugging every 3 hours on PNG route

    Residents of the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby have more reason than most to complain about their daily commute after reports that a major mugging incident occurs along the city’s Boroko-town route every three hours.

  4. Video for Safety upgrades for rural Tairāwhiti roads

    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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    2018 provisional road toll 380, worst in nine years

    A total of 380 people died in vehicle accidents in New Zealand in 2018, according to the provision number of road deaths released today.

  6. Video for Traffic warning for holiday goers

    Traffic warning for holiday goers

    People are not wasting time to get out of Auckland for the New Year break, unfortunately for some, they are still a long way from their destination.

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    Free public transport in Auckland to avoid drink driving

    Auckland buses and trains are providing free transport from 4pm today as police warn of increased drink-driving on the Friday before Christmas. 

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    Summer holiday road toll starts today

    New Zealanders are being urged to take extra care on this road this summer holiday with the official road toll period starting at 4pm today.

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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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    New railway line to Marsden Point being investigated by KiwiRail

    KiwiRail has started to investigating what's under the ground to build a proposed new railway branching off the North Auckland Line. 

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