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The accident happened north of Putaruru.
The male officer crashed his bike on the Southern Motorway.
Civil Defence warns of disruption on the roads because of ex-tropical Cyclone Cook.
Thousands will be hoping the rain stays away for the Omaka Classic Fighter Air Show.
Commuters appear to have headed warnings to leave the city early.
The capital is the only NZ city that doesn't offer tertiary students discounted fares.
Police say the man had entered the motorway at Ellerslie going south in the northbound lane.
NZTA is warning motorists to drive with caution and allow.
Car crashes hit the economy with a cost of around $3 billion annually, the government says.
Kaikoura is blocked off in all directions due to bad weather.
Hamilton already has the service, but KFC is teaming up with NZ Post to deliver meals in another city.
Metlink says inbound services may still face delays until staff and trains are in the right place.
Kiwis have been required to wear helmets while riding since 1995. Should the law be changed?
Around 6000 cars have been recalled as the faulty airbag saga continues.
"On the 16th of December all five of my family members including myself could have died."
Despite the fog still blanketing the capital, two flights have managed to land.
This follows an investigation into a Ford Kuga which burst into flames.
There are reports the fire started in the plane's wing, and it skidded off the runway during its hasty landing.
Eighty per cent of her audience travelled on bus or train to her first Auckland concert last night.
But there's no concrete time frame for the new transport connection.
The tunnel is not expected to open for up to three months instead of next month, as was planned.
Repairs completed on Christchurch to Greymouth line three weeks ahead of schedule.
The service was suspended in mid-February after rail tracks sustained severe damage during scrub fires.
Footage shows mattresses and bedding of airport workers in a basement-like area.
The main road to Auckland Airport is being reopened after it was blocked this morning.
Further north, an earlier breakdown on Auckland's Southern Motorway has now been cleared.
Police are asking motorists to take alternative routes .
Residents think special 'beach registrations' should be allowed for some vehicles.
Drivers will no longer have to take English language tests or pass the 'Knowledge' test.
Official statistics show 177 out of 440 air incidents involved engine failure overall.
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New security measures could affect flights from "seven or eight" countries.
Ten per cent of a Tauranga school's roll last year was homeless and living in cars, garages.
The PM says it's well worth spending the money to promote the country.
Auckland lawyer Anthony Grant is set to unveil his 'Sculptureum' to the public this month.
"No-one is going to mind them having a couple of beers," Warren Gatland says.
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