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Councillors have given conditional support for congestion charging in the supercity.
And cut! German-designed Chinese-built monster starts mid-May.
158-year-old wreckage of The Daring returns home.
After eight hours of talks Council and lobbyists fail to agree on Queen St's future.
The 21.5km route is expected to provide an alternate road between Manukau and Drury.
Transport agency Waka Kotahi seeking public feedback for highway proposals.
Police were alerted to the crash at around 3:25pm on SH2 between Paeroa and Waikino.
Trial and error is a good thing for making streets better, but it also needs good design.
Opinion: There is now potential for congestion charges to be finely targeted and nuanced.
OPINION: Cautionary tales for anyone braving the daily suburb-to-CBD transport grind.
The Flyer ran as a heritage train attraction between 2003-2013 from Kingston to Fairlight.
Brewing rift between NZ's largest business association and Auckland Council has blown up.
"It's not my fault she decided to have a baby when she can't afford a car," the man said.
Captain Tim Robinson wants to see the penalties for laser strike offenders doubled.
OPINION: Why have the landlords of Queen St set themselves so staunchly against progress?
Lengthy waits still at Auckland as Tauranga handles very high export volumes.
Hundreds of bus services will be cancelled in the capital from Friday.
Wellington train commuters were handed the official-looking pamphlets yesterday.
Road autopsy reveals an undercooked price and what led to astonishing consent breaches.
It was supposed to cost $850 million. It's now exceeded a budget of $1.25 billion.
'I know they're controversial but Auckland's road safety record has not been good.'
Opinion: Covid disrupted the pre-Christmas freight peak and ran into agricultural exports.