More competitive fuel market on the way

06 August 2020

Kiwi motorists are set to reap the benefits of a more competitive fuel market following the passing of the Fuel Industry Bill, Energy and Resources Minister Megan Woods said.

Roadside drug driver testing B...

31 July 2020

The government has announced details of a planned new law to give police the power to conduct random roadside drug testing of drivers, Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Gente...

Government targeting tyre dump...

30 July 2020

The government is stepping up action to deal with environmentally harmful products – including plastic packaging, tyres and e-waste – before they become waste, a move that will address the issue of tyre dumping.

Auckland transport infrastruct...

21 July 2020

Transport Minister Phil Twyford and Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter have announced details of Auckland transport projects to help the region’s economic recovery.

Homer Tunnel upgrade: Jobs and...

16 July 2020

A government investment of $25 million will create 180 jobs and improve the safety and resilience of the Homer Tunnel on the crucial State Highway 94 (The Milford Road) tourist rou...

Support for resilient rail con...

08 July 2020

A $13 million investment from the government will create jobs and improve the resilience of the rail connection between Christchurch and the West Coast, Infrastructure Minister Sha...

Bill to improve fuel market competition

03 July 2020

The government has taken another step in its commitment to making sure New Zealanders get a fairer deal at the petrol pump with the introduction of legislation to improve competiti...

Whanganui Port gets PGF boost

03 July 2020

Five port-related projects in Whanganui will receive a $26.75 million Provincial Growth Fund investment to support local economic recovery and create new opportunities for growth, ...

Site of new freight hub revealed

03 July 2020

A regional freight hub for the lower North Island will be built just northeast of Palmerston North, Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones has announced.

Infrastructure investment to c...

01 July 2020

A new package of infrastructure investments will help kick-start the post-Covid rebuild by creating more than 20,000 jobs and unlocking more than $5 billion of projects up and down New Zealand.