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The two week lead in to the trans Tasman bubble is to give the airlines time to get their ducks in a row.
Air New Zealand has more or less doubled the number of flights it is offering in preparation… Video, Audio
The new rail service between Hamilton and Papakura has been welcomed with much excitement today.
Two morning services will leave Hamilton in the early hours of the morning, and there are two trains… Audio
An ambulance was called to treat an injured worker at the Ports of Auckland last week - just two days after a damning report revealed widespread safety concerns at the Ports.
There are growing calls… Audio
Get ready to bounce across the ditch in two weeks' time. The Prime Minister has confirmed the trans-Tasman bubble will be up and running at 11.59pm April 18.
Jacinda Ardern says Cabinet is satisfied… Video, Audio
Air New Zealand has set up a team to review ticket refunds on compassionate grounds for people who can no longer travel due to ill health or financial hardship caused by Covid-19. Audio
The government is being urged to spend an extra $930 million on road maintenance in light of the high death toll over the Easter break.
After years in the making, a new commuter service between Waikato and Auckland is finally under way.
Let's go now to the Waikato where the very first passenger rail service between there and Auckland left from Frankton a few minutes ago. Reporter Gill Bonnett is onboard Te Huia. Audio
Motorists heading home after the long Easter weekend are still facing delays on the roads.
The owner of a truck that caused Taiwan's worst rail accident in decades has apologised in tears while being led away from his home by police.
CNBC says manual transmission cars are disappearing from the world's roads. Stick shifts are becoming extinct. That's certainly the case in the United States, but are we seeing the same thing in New… Audio
The last ships stranded by the giant container vessel that was stuck in the Suez Canal have now passed through the waterway, the canal authorities say.
Officials investigating a train crash in Taiwan that killed at least 50 people are focusing on a maintenance lorry that slid onto the track.
Taiwanese prosecutors have sought an arrest warrant for a construction site manager whose truck is believed to have caused a train accident in which at least 50 people died.
More than 100 cyclists are due to take part in the inaugural National Tweed Ride in Wairarapa this afternoon.
Waikato Mayor Allan Sanson is urging motorists to take care, after two people died in crashes in the region this Easter.
Developer Charles Ma says KiwiRail's plans to build a new station in south Auckland, near his company's Auranga development, defies "common sense".
Police are appealing to truck drivers for help with investigations into the death of Peter Liu in Napier on Monday.
The government's latest plan to get Auckland's light rail project back on track has received mixed reviews from some of those who will be affected by it.
Easter holidaymakers are already taking to the roads this evening, heading out of Wellington and Auckland.