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Repairs for iconic Waitangi Bridge

Work to replace wooden decking on Waitangi’s iconic one-lane bridge will begin on 29 April and continue round the clock until 3 May.

Fieldays scholarship for agri students

University of Waikato postgraduate students researching subjects with an agri focus can apply for a research scholarship to help fund their study.

New flexible road safety barriers for high-risk Christchurch highway

New flexible road safety barriers that help stop head-on crashes and save lives will be installed on State Highway 74/QEII Drive between Innes Road and Burwood Road from this week.

Learner driver mentoring for Hurunui residents

A free, 6 week, course designed to break down barriers and help potential drivers pass the theory test for a learners licence will be available to people from the Hurunui.

On-going future-proofing of Ngaio Gorge starts this month

A permanent solution to stabilise the Ngaio Gorge, and make this key transport route stronger and more resilient, moves a step closer this month with the start of geotechnical investigations.

Plan ahead for a safe, enjoyable Easter holiday journey in the North

Motorists travelling in Northland and Auckland for Easter are urged to plan ahead and follow the basics of road safety so everyone arrives safely at their destination.

Easter road closures for busway work - Auckland Transport

Major work at Panmure roundabout over Easter...

Construction on the first stage of AMETI Eastern Busway will ramp up over Easter with work starting to upgrade Panmure roundabout.

Threat level change and release of Christchurch attack response timeline

Police Commissioner Mike Bush acknowledges today’s change to the New Zealand threat level, and reaffirms Police’s commitment to keeping communities safe.

From housing to hills at the 2019 Crown Property Forum

Around 160 land and property experts from a range of organisations recently came together for the 2019 Crown Property Forum.

Blessing held for St Andrew's Church garden development

In May 2018, the St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church submitted to the Hastings District Council Annual Plan, seeking a partnership with council to develop the garden space outside their buildings and to create a shared public space to be enjoyed by all.