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.
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Police say that despite a largely trouble free Easter weekend on the nation’s roads, the three people who died are still three too many.
KiwiRail has announced that it will continue to operate the Capital Connection rail service between Palmerston North and Wellington for another two years.
New open skies air services agreement between New Zealand and Brazil
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Transport officials and police are hopeful that drivers this Easter holidays will ensure another fatality-free Easter weekend.
The Marine Legislation Bill (the Bill) had its second reading on 20 March 2013.
The total annual social cost of road crashes in New
Zealand reduced by 14 percent between 2010 and 2011 to $3.14
billion in 2011, largely due to a 24 percent fall in the
number of fatalities.
The Minister of Transport Gerry Brownlee has announced the
next step in the investigation of Clifford Bay as a South
Island ferry terminal.
Changes to simplify the road user charges (RUC) system have
come into effect.