Transport

Emergency services responding to a large multi-vehicle crash north of Taupo. Picture supplied by BayTrust Rescue Helicopter Philips Search and Rescue Trust

Multi-car crash leaves over a dozen people injured in Taupo, blocking State Highway 1 in both directions

A small truck, a motorbike, three cars and a van collided around 12:15pm.

Repairs of the Marsden Point pipeline are well underway.

'Significant progress' made on repairs of damaged pipeline that led to fuel crisis

A tanker carrying 1.5 million litres of jet fuel has also arrived in Auckland this afternoon.

The package will include a new highway alongside the southern motorway.

City-bound lane blocked on Auckland's Southern Motorway following truck breakdown

The break down occured around 12:30pm and is causing significant delays past Drury.

Spike in thefts from boats moored in Bay of Plenty alarm police

Police are warning people in the Bay of Plenty to secure life jackets, fishing, safety and electronic equipment on their boats.

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Transport For London says that Uber is not "fit and proper" to hold a private hire operator licence due to a raft of public safety and security concerns.

Uber’s licence to operate in London not renewed

Uber is not "fit and proper" to hold a operator licence due to public safety and security concerns, says Transport for London.

One dead after car enters water at Kairaki Beach in Canterbury

Police recovered the individual from the submerged vehicle around 10pm last night but they died shortly after.

Elderly woman dies after hit by car in Far North District

Emergency services attended the crash in Ohaeawai around 11pm last night.

The race to fix the pipeline is on and it's been confirmed a digger caused the damage.

Trucks take fuel to Auckland Airport but some flights still disrupted by pipeline rupture

It's over a week since a digger broke the pipeline in Northland.

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That's according to leading infrastructure experts responding to the rupture of the jet fuel pipeline to Auckland.

Fuel restrictions relaxed at Auckland Airport as fuel crisis eases

Airlines are now permitted to use 50 per cent of their normal jet fuel supplies, up from 30 per cent yesterday.

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The futuristic looking train will travel  between Beijing and Shanghai in 4.5 hours.

Watch: China launches world's fastest train, capable of travelling at 350 km/h

The futuristic looking train will travel between Beijing and Shanghai in 4.5 hours.

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That's according to leading infrastructure experts responding to the rupture of the jet fuel pipeline to Auckland.

Experts say New Zealand is well behind when it comes to protecting underground cables and pipelines

The assessment was made after the rupture of a crucial fuel pipeline north of Auckland.

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That's the word from a government working group looking at every possible option.

Flight cancellations at Auckland Airport continue due to fuel crisis

The pipeline is expected to be fixed and running at 80 per cent of capacity by next Thursday.

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The Beehive has made a formal request for civil servants to defer non-essential travel.

Fuel shortage latest: Widespread flight cancellations continue

Air New Zealand says thousands of people will have their flights either cancelled or rescheduled today.

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An Australian racing team have been filmed performing a burnout while their vehicle was secured on top of a trailer.

Watch: Aussie hoons rev massive burnout while being towed down freeway

The occupants were enjoying the dangerous feat while returning from a race meet.

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The supply to Auckland Airport has been cut and airlines have been told to find somewhere else to fill up their planes.

Pipeline leak latest: Jet fuel set to flow to Auckland from Sunday

Refining NZ says it remains on track to have jet fuel flowing from the Marsden Point refinery to Wiri.

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Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins says she’s been told fuel will start flowing to Wiri as early as next Sunday.

Pipeline leak: Ministry says alternative oil terminal 'would not help in the current situation'

Almost all of the city's fuel is pumped through the single refinery-to-Auckland pipeline.

Surface flooding brings delays for South Island motorists

Much of the South Island has been hit by wet weather over the last 48 hours.

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The 1 NEWS political editor says in a tight election, this is the last thing Bill English wants.

'It is a curveball' - Corin Dann on how Auckland's jet fuel pipeline leak impacts National

If the leak doesn't disadvantage motorists the National Party should be OK, 1 NEWS' Political Editor says.

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Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins says she’s been told fuel will start flowing to Wiri as early as next Sunday.

Defence Force mobilised to help move fuel as broken pipeline grounds thousands of air travellers

Air New Zealand says around 2000 passengers a day will be hit by flight cancellations while the pipe from Marsden Point is out of action.

'I'm committed to winning' – Bill English grilled on pipeline leak, Pike River and what will happen if he loses

Mr English was asked today, "If you don't win this Saturday, do you retire or resign?"

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The leak at the Marsden Point Oil Refinery continues to cause problems at Auckland Airport.

Refinery boss says 'NZ doesn't need to be embarrassed' about damaged pipeline

Thousands of travellers have had their plans disrupted after the 170km pipeline started leaking.

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The supply to Auckland Airport has been cut and airlines have been told to find somewhere else to fill up their planes.

Fuel pipeline damage: Govt was warned of vulnerability five years ago

Multiple flights have been disrupted after the jet fuel pipeline from Marsden Point to Auckland failed.

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The Picton to Christchurch railway line has officially reopened.

Watch: Hundreds turn out to watch first train pass through Kaikoura since last November's earthquake

The limited rail service will take around 2000 trucks off the road each month.

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Michael Holland returns to Panmure Park and Ride, where commuter chaos reigns supreme.

Clean-up and patrols coming at 'feral' Auckland park and ride where drivers block each other in

Auckland Transport says it'll start today by draining floodwaters at Panmure Park and Ride.

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