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The government has announced what is being billed as the most significant reform of New Zealand’s workplace health and safety system in 20 years.
KiwiRail will receive $94 million for the 2013/14 financial year as part of the government’s ongoing commitment to the rail business’ Turnaround Plan.
Commerce Minister Craig Foss announced on the Beehive website on April 8 that international shipping to and from New Zealand will be regulated under the Commerce Act. This is intended to improve oversight and to deliver competitive outcomes for exporting industries.
Two recently updated reports from the Ministry of Transport give insights into New Zealanders’ travel patterns.
The Prime Minister has announced plans to kick-start the next generation of major Auckland transport projects.
The Ministry of Transport’s progress towards its goals has been assessed in a Performance Improvement Framework (PIF) report, released by the State Services Commission.
KiwiRail has announced that it will continue to operate the Capital Connection rail service between Palmerston North and Wellington for another two years.
The Marine Legislation Bill (the Bill) had its second reading on 20 March 2013.
Minister Woodhouse signs a new Land Transport Rule that will phase in mandatory ESC for all light passenger and goods vehicles entering the New Zealand