Restoration of the Christchurch-Picton rail line progressing well

A KiwiRail ballast tamper is assisting with the restoration of the Main North Line (MNL) railway linking Christchurch and Picton. READ MORE >>

Record crowds use public transport

We all know Adele rocked Auckland for three nights when she visited in March, but did you know she rocked public transport records too? READ MORE >>

Business group advises employers to get ducks in a row on drugs in the workplace

The Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) urges business leaders to ensure they are on solid ground on the issue of drug abuse in the workplace, by having policies and procedures firmly in place and embedded in company cultures. READ MORE >>

Progress on Auckland’s East West Link

The NZ Transport Agency has released a new animation showing how the East West Link will improve travel between Onehunga-Penrose and State Highways 1 and 20 in Auckland. READ MORE >>

Outstanding print innovation praised by awards judges

Point-of-sale material is reaching new heights, helped by outstanding paper engineering, based on the quality of entries to the 2017 New Zealand Pride In Print Awards. READ MORE >>

Dirty vessel ordered to leave New Zealand

A dirty vessel ordered to leave Tauranga in March has been allowed to return after being cleaned outside New Zealand, says the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI). READ MORE >>

New Zealand Rail Conference to focus on growth and resilience

With the theme of ‘Rail: Enabling NZ Growth and Resilience’, this year’s NZ Rail Conference will bring together senior executives to inform, inspire and strategise on the key challenges and opportunities facing the rail industry. READ MORE >>

Electric vehicle batteries research released

New research released mid-April shows electric vehicle (EV) batteries are reliable and long-lived. READ MORE >>

Report highlights unfairness of delayed payments

Small businesses being used to finance large multinationals through delayed payments is not on, says Road Transport Forum chief executive Ken Shirley. READ MORE >>
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