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Keep on Moving 24th August
In the tightest voting for the annual top truck award we've ever had, the narrowest of margins saw the Scania R620 owned by SJ Richards in Christchurch take out the top prize. The ...
Tairawhiti Roads will begin work on Monday on the Gladstone Road Bridge shared walking and cycling path, and is advising motorists and cyclists to allow for extra time for their jo...
The NZ Transport Agency is undertaking strengthening work on Fairlies Bridge, four kilometres north of Te Puia Springs.
Enrolments are now open for the New Zealand Certificate in Commercial Road Transport (Heavy Vehicle Operator) Level 3, which commences at Ara Institute of Canterbury’s Timaru campus in late October.
Australia’s biggest automotive manufacturer, Volvo Group Australia, has announced another investment to upgrade its Queensland truck factory at Wacol, near Brisbane.
The NZ Transport Agency is asking people who use State Highway 29 over the Kaimai Range to complete a survey to give feedback on the Weather Activated Variable Speed Limit signs.
Buckie Murray of JD Transport has been driving trucks since he was 18 years old. He started driving for his father, who always drove and owned trucks, 26 years ago. Nine years ago ...
New Zealand’s primary supplier of motorhomes and custom commercial vehicles, Action Manufacturing, which is part of the Tourism Holdings group of companies, has announced the acqui...
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