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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A search for ways to strengthen New Zealand's air navigation infrastructure

    A search for ways to strengthen New Zealand's air navigation infrastructure


    The Government's undertaking an independent review to future-proof the system, which includes key equipment like radar, radio, air traffic control services.

    It also includes gear that keep aircraft safely separated and in communication with each other.

    Transport Minister Michael Wood says it's often taken for granted, and was last upgraded in 2012.

    He's confident the panel will work across the sector to identify gaps, and what improvements can be made.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    Environment:
    French climate activists fill golf course holes with cement, protesting against water ban exemption amid drought 18:09

    Business:
    New Zealand Rugby boss Mark Robinson is refusing to shed any light on the future of coach Ian Foster 18:09

    Rugby:
    North Harbour lead Manawatu in the second half of their NPC outing in Auckland 17:29

    Cricket:
    The Black Caps look unshakeable heading into their final dead rubber twenty20 against the West Indies tomorrow morning 17:09

    Law and Order:
    Auckland have survived against a valiant Southland outfit for a 24-23 NPC victory in Invercargill 16:49

    Rugby:
    Former All Black Mike Brewer believes coach Ian Foster will be axed in spite his team's stunning 35-23 win over South Africa at Ellis Park 16:39

    Politics:
    More than $10 million in assistance claims denied as Australians caught trying to rort flood support 16:09

    Rugby League:
    Cameron Ciraldo has inked a five year deal to take over as Canterbury Bulldogs head coach in the NRL 15:29

    Health & Safety:
    New Zealand has 2,618 community cases today - the lowest figures since February 14:49

    Law and Order:
    Black Caps paceman Matt Henry's been ruled out of the remainder of the West Indies tour due to a rub injury 14:49


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