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NLTP Will Improve Productivity And Growth But Further Investment Required

"The increased level of investment and the focus on economic growth and productivity in the National Land Transport Programme has been welcomed by the New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development, but the need for additional funding to advance critical projects has been underlined, onc

Redundant Workers May Be Eligible For Immediate Tax Credit

NZ Tax Refunds is advising workers made redundant to apply for a tax credit immediately, as they are may be eligible for a sizable refund. Managing Director of NZ Tax Refunds Cilla Hegarty says people who are made redundant often don't realise they may be entitled to this tax credit.

Otago Highways Benefit From Transport Programme Funding

Improving and maintaining state highways are Otago's priority in the National Land Transport Programme (NLTP) released today by the New Zealand Transport Agency.

Funds have been allocated for more passing lanes, realignments and improvements to intersections in the region.

Action Required On Wellington Roading Projects

The Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce has welcomed Transport Minister Joyce's announcement of increased investment in roads and public transport and urged decisions be made on specific projects this year.

Trans-tasman Touch For Lake Taupo

Lake Taupo has been awarded the rights to host a trans-Tasman touch rugby series next month.

Record Investment To Improve Land Transport And Boost Economic Growth

New Zealand's land transport network is receiving a record level of investment when the country needs it the most.

Shelved Memories - Celebrating 150 Years Of Public Libraries In Christchurch

Shelved Memories brings together treasures acquired by Christchurch City Libraries along with a collection of memorabilia spanning the last 150 years of library service in Christchurch.

$5 Million Dollar Cash Dump

On Gamble-Free Day, 1 September, AUT students will dump $5 million underneath the Sky Tower to demonstrate how much money is lost every day through gambling.

Environment Waikato Supports eDay

Environment Waikato Supports eDay

Environment Waikato is encouraging Hamilton, Waipa, Waikato, Hauraki, Otorohanga, Thames-Coromandel and Waitomo residents to ring their local council about eDay collections happening in their area over the next two weeks.

Contractors Have Capacity To Deliver

Roading New Zealand's Chief Executive, Chris Olsen today welcomed the New Zealand Transport Agency's (NZTA) announcement of the $8.7 billion to be invested in New Zealand over the next three years through the National Land Transport Programme.