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    Tainui Group Holdings in deal to transform North Island freight flows

    The Waikato-Tainui owned Ruakura inland port development has taken a major step forward with the announcement today of a joint venture partnership with a world-class port operator. 

  2. 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.

  3. 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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    Cyclone Cook hits Aotearoa

    New Zealand is bracing itself as Cyclone Cook batters down the country. High winds are expected to reach 120km/h forcing disruptions across the Auckland region.

  5. Video for Wellington housing and transportation issues compromise tertiary studies
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    Wellington housing and transportation issues compromise tertiary studies

    Victoria University students are pushing the Greater Wellington Regional Council to take their plea for affordable public transport seriously. The president of the Māori Students Association of Ngāi Tauira says students are missing classes and struggling to keep up with studies because they can't afford to get into the city.

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    SH1 south of Kaikoura reopens Tuesday

    After eight days of work by more than 100 people, State Highway 1 south of Kaikoura between Peketa and Goose Bay reopens Tuesday at 7 am. The road will close again Tuesday night at 6 pm, however people with urgent travel needs will be escorted through until 8 pm Tuesday only.

  7. Video for Native Affairs – Faine Maniapoto-Kahia
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    Native Affairs – Faine Maniapoto-Kahia

    We caught up with motor racing driver Faine Maniapoto-Kahia who continues to impress on four wheels overseas.

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    Wellington highways closed due to surface flooding

    The New Zealand Transport Agency have released a statement updating the public on road closures due to the severe weather currently affecting the lower and central North Island.

  9. Video for Ngāti Hine revive history of its rivers
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    Ngāti Hine revive history of its rivers

    Since time immemorial, the sacred river of Taumarere was a main highway of Māori ancestors and hence an important initiative for the progeny of the ancestress Hineāmaru to travel the "River of Chiefs" and learn its history.

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    KiwiRail's 15 new diesel locomotives will not replace electric trains

    KiwiRail says its new order of 15 class DL diesel-electric locomotives will not predetermine their electric train service that runs between Hamilton and Palmerston North.

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