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Temporary fix for Auckland Harbour Bridge to start tomomrrow night - NZTA

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is committed to doing everything possible to re-open the centre lanes of the Auckland Harbour Bridge and is working to start installing a temporary fix to the damaged bridge strut on Tuesday night.

Police appeal for witnesses to fatal motorcycle crash in Hobsonville

Waitemata Police are appealing for any witnesses following a fatal motorcycle crash on SH18, Hobsonville on Friday night.

The crash occurred at around 8.30pm on Friday night on SH18, westbound between Squadron Drive and Brigham Creek.

Tararua District Council announce new chief executive

Tararua District Mayor Tracey Collis is pleased to announce the council has appointed Bryan Nicholson as the new chief executive of Tararua District Council.

'Ara students impress at 2020 NZIPP Photography Awards'

Three students from Ara’s Art and Design department have dominated the student category at New Zealand’s NZIPP/NIKON Iris Professional Photography Awards, each receiving accolades for their respective entries.

Child car seat recycling now in Central Otago

Damaged or expired child car seats don’t need to go to the tip in Central Otago now the SeatSmart programme has launched in the district.

Urgent action needed to assist North Shore Commuters - Shore Action

Chaos on the streets of Kaipātiki this morning (Monday 21 September), due to damage to the Harbour Bridge, has resulted in traffic backlogs on residential streets and people taking ‘hours’ to get to work.

'Trilingual children's book a hit for NZCLW 2020'

The trilingual children’s book published for New Zealand Chinese Language Week is proving to be a big hit.

'Affordable Housing underway at Wanaka subdivision Hikuwai'

Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust’s ground-breaking assisted ownership model, Secure Home, is coming to Wānaka for the first time - with six houses under construction at Hikuwai.

Mayor Phil Goff welcomes Auckland's move to Level 2

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff welcomes the government’s decision to move the city to COVID-19 Alert Level 2 from 11.59pm on Wednesday 23 September and reminds Aucklanders to continue following health guidelines.

Meet Auckland's newest Police dogs and their handlers

Three new Auckland based dog handlers have now graduated and are ready for active duty.

Last Friday, September 18, the handlers and their dogs graduated at a ceremony at Ellerslie racecourse, after months of intensive training.