Recommended.co.nz | Guide2.co.nz | Voxy.co.nz | Gimme.co.nz
Homepage | login or create an account

Ministry of Transport

Govt should be able to help smaller ports exit business: report

Wellington, Oct 13 NZPA - A report on the future direction of the sea-freight industry suggests the Government should be able to help smaller ports that want to exit the business do so.

Status quo a no go for KiwiRail freight, closure rejected

Status quo a no go for KiwiRail freight, closure rejected
Wellington, July 9 NZPA - State-owned KiwiRail's freight business will become insolvent if its current situation continues, the Government has been advised.

Changes to RUC system on way

Changes to RUC system on way
Wellington, July 7 NZPA - The Government is making changes to road user charges (RUC) aimed to make them simpler but also see more people pay.

Truck crash stats heading in right direction

Wellington, May 27 NZPA - Statistics presented to a Parliamentary transport select committee today show a continuing downward trend in the involvement of heavy trucks in fatal crashes, but improvements to serious injury crash statistics are less pronounced.

Maritime NZ to have `value for money' review

Maritime NZ to have `value for money' review
Wellington, May 26 NZPA - Maritime New Zealand will undergo a "value for money" review next month, Transport Minister Steven Joyce says.

New highway classification system being developed

New highway classification system being developed
Wellington, March 26 NZPA - A state highway classification system is being developed to guide future investment and management of the network, Transport Minister Steven Joyce says.

Support For Total Drink Ban For Teen Drivers From AA

Wellington, March 1 NZPA - The Automobile Association (AA) today gave its conditional support for a total alcohol ban for teenage drivers.

Government To Move To Require Safety Measures In Cabs

Government To Move To Require Safety Measures In Cabs
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, Feb 10 NZPA - The head of the company which slain taxi driver Hiren Mohini worked for says the time has come for compulsory safety features in cabs.

Government To Move To Require Safety Measures In Cabs

Government To Move To Require Safety Measures In Cabs
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, Feb 10 NZPA - The Government is preparing to require taxis to install either cameras or screens after a meeting with industry representatives today.

Survey Dispels Anecdotes About Uninsured Drivers

Survey Dispels Anecdotes About Uninsured Drivers
Wellington, Jan 9 NZPA - The insurance industry, which stands to benefit if compulsory third party insurance is introduced in New Zealand, is not disputing findings of a new survey that the problem of uninsured drivers on the roads is not as big as anecdotes suggest.

Credit Card Comparison TablesCompare Credit Cards - Independent interest rate and fees comparisons for New Zealand banks.