New bilingual school sign unveiled in Rotorua

Minister of Transport Michael Wood and Te Mātāwai Board Co-Chair Reikura Kahi today unveiled one of the first bilingual kura/school traffic signs in... Read More

Petrol prices could stay high for years - expert

A pricing expert says it's possible petrol could stay at the $3 per litre mark for the next few years with motorists currently facing "a perfect... Read More

Unique storytelling in NZ schools for road safety

A new children’s picture book about a very special STOP/ GO roadworker is setting the scene for some important road safety conversations in schools... Read More

Popular dirt bike series undergoes name change

The more things change, the more things stay the same and that’s got to be a good thing as far at New Zealand’s dirt biking community is... Read More

Toyota 86 Championship: Shepherd overcomes odds

A season packed with drama ended with an ailing Rowan Shepherd in a fight for survival to retain his Toyota 86 Championship title, but the Christchurch... Read More

Heavy vehicle industry desperate for drivers

An SOS - save our supply chain - call is going out to truck drivers to get them back behind the wheel as New Zealand battles staff shortages, says Ia... Read More

AA wants alcohol interlock system beefed up

Thousands of drunk drivers who are eligible, are not getting an alcohol interlock sentence - and even if they did, they might get away with never having... Read More

Bilingual kura/school signs replacing English-only

A change to a land transport rule came into force on April 5 2022 enabling bilingual school traffic signs, says Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency Director... Read More

Road cleared for reduced RUC rate

Support is coming to more road users impacted by the current global energy crisis with the passing of legislation to enable a key part of the Government’s... Read More

Rotorua Cityride bus services resume timetable

Rotorua bus users can enjoy a return to normal Cityride timetables from this Monday April 4 as the network recovers from the impacts of Covid-19 related... Read More

Hugh Anderson to be NZ‘s first ’MotoGP Legend‘

He's already a legend to us here in New Zealand and in many other parts of the world too, but Hamilton's Hugh Anderson is set this year to officially... Read More

Rookie Stichbury takes debut pole position

Zac Stichbury turned the championship form book on its head with a stunning pole position lap at the Taupo Motorsport Park on Saturday morning –... Read More

BOP highway road work plans

A number of road works projects in the Bay of Plenty are progressing, despite Waka Kotahi Transport Agency managing positive Covid-19 cases and a poor... Read More

Possible changes to EBOP bus route

A reversal of the Bay Hopper bus route is possible as the regional council attempts to entice more passengers to use the service. The Bay of Plenty... Read More

Fuel tax cuts: Opposition parties give Govt “F”

Opposition parties across the political spectrum have given the government a 'fail' grade over its temporary fuel tax cuts. Fuel taxes have... Read More