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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Motoring articles  Motoring
    Auckland Transport has unanimously approved slower speeds on some central Auckland streets
     22 October 2019
    Auckland Transport has unanimously approved slower speeds on some central Auckland streets
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    Police are preparing to release more details on the fatal crash - at a media conference
    22 Oct: Police are preparing to release more details on the fatal crash - at a media conference... more
    A number of people are seriously hurt after a crash involving a fleeing driver in Christchurch
    22 Oct: A number of people are seriously hurt after a crash involving a fleeing driver in Christchurch... more
    Brenton Estorffe killing investigators working '24 hours a day' in Texas to catch shooters
    19 Oct: Police are offering a $36,000 reward for information about the shooting death of former Sunshine Coast man Brenton Estorffe, releasing footage of a car driving away from the scene minutes after the shooting.... more
    Continuous heavy rain on the West Coast has forced the closure of State Highway 7 at Omoto, as a dangerous slip gets worse
    18 Oct: Continuous heavy rain on the West Coast has forced the closure of State Highway 7 at Omoto, as a dangerous slip gets worse... more
    State Highway 2 near Bell Road in Papamoa in the Bay of Plenty is closed after a crash
    18 Oct: State Highway 2 near Bell Road in Papamoa in the Bay of Plenty is closed after a crash... more
    Delays on Auckland's Southwestern motorway after a car has flown off a vehicle-carrier
    18 Oct: Delays on Auckland's Southwestern motorway after a car has flown off a vehicle-carrier... more
    Xi Jinping is the first Chinese leader to visit Nepal in decades — why and what's at stake?
    15 Oct: Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Nepal is the first by a Chinese leader to the Himalayan country in 23 years. Kathmandu is hoping for an infrastructure boost involving highways to the Chinese border and a railway link.... more
    A greasy substance has leaked onto the Wairere Drive - Gordonton Road roundabout in Hamilton
    15 Oct: A greasy substance has leaked onto the Wairere Drive - Gordonton Road roundabout in Hamilton... more
    A year after Lime e-scooters hit our streets the company acknowledges safety remains a big concern - but there are no plans to roll out compulsory helmets
    13 Oct: A year after Lime e-scooters hit our streets the company acknowledges safety remains a big concern - but there are no plans to roll out compulsory helmets... more

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     06 Oct: The union representing school bus drivers say they are being ''hit, attacked and verbally abused'' by unruly kids +++++++++++
     03 Oct: A West Coast road is caught up in a landslide - and it's showing no signs of slowing ++++++++++
     05 Oct: China's Belt and Road Initiative will pose serious threat to South-East Asian wildlife, conservationists warn +++++
     25 Sep: China's DiDi identifies verified Communist Party drivers to customers in rideshare app +++++
     05 Oct: The Ruapehu District Council's working out what the closure of State Highway 4 will mean for the local economy ++++
     02 Oct: The launch of a long-awaited petrol station in the South Island - could be a sign of things to come ++++
     26 Sep: Abbey Road tells a story of deep divisions within the Beatles, 50 years on from its release +++

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      13 Sep: Manfeild set to be mx-5 central (voxy.co.nz)
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      6 Sep: New editor takes the wheel at driven - nzme's motoring publication (NZ Herald)
      19 Jul: Car parts from weeds: the future of green motoring? (BBCWorld)
      25 Feb: Aa calls for lime scooters to be suspended until proven safe (RadioNZ)
      30 Jan: Air conditioning won't strain a modern car but is it better to wind down the window? (NZ Herald)
      12 Dec: Wed, 12 Dec 2018: Greg murphy honoured with neil nelson trophy memorial award (Stuff.co.nz)
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