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The Australian leg of the Eras Tour is kicking off, but questions remain as to why she isn't coming here.
Drivers are being warned to expect delays.
Commuters are being warned to expect delays today as 19 trains have been cancelled due to existing speed restrictions
MPs have questioned KiwiRail executives and the board chair about why it had got this bad.
Auckland's mayor says the meeting about days of transport woes went surprisingly well and was productive.
It is "disgusting" that a new playground in south Auckland was tagged with an offensive drawing and racial slurs soon after it opened, an Auckland councillor says.
The 47-year-old man was a key organiser of the attempt to smuggle a suitcase through the airport, while the border was shut.
There are concerns the problems causing rail disruption won't be fixed before the underground metro is finished next year. Audio
Wayne Brown says two large projects have already been agreed, but the rest are on hold after the fuel tax was axed. Audio
Future ratepayers will pay the price if critical unfinished transport projects are canned now, an Auckland councillor is warning.
It comes after the government announced Auckland's Regional Fuel Tax would come to an end in June.
Footage published on social media showed the mouse was scurrying about the body wash in the health and beauty aisle.
Hundreds have gathered at Auckland's west coast to remember two firefighters who died during Cyclone Gabrielle.
Watercare had to send a water tanker to Auckland residents and a retirement village whose taps turned off last night after three pipes broke.
A 20-year-old man has been charged after a young woman died when a vehicle rolled on Auckland's Muriwai beach last month.
Auckland Transport said trains on all lines were running at "reduced frequencies" because of KiwiRail train speed restrictions.
Extensive work was done over the summer holidays but not all the track was upgraded to make it more heat resistant. Audio
With more than 30 cancellations due to hot tracks are in place across the city, and AT says residents deserve better.
Auckland's city centre has beaten New Zealand's economic growth for two years straight, but businesses in the area say they are still struggling to keep afloat.
Important care notes were not passed on and hourly welfare checks fell short before the woman was found dead.