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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Motoring articles  Motoring
    NZTA is warning motorcyclists and drivers of high-sided vehicles not to use the Auckland Harbour Bridge, as heavy winds buffet the city
     27 September 2020
    NZTA is warning motorcyclists and drivers of high-sided vehicles not to use the Auckland Harbour Bridge, as heavy winds buffet the city
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    Dutch cyclist Anna van der Breggen has completed a rare double at the road World Championships in Italy
    27 Sep: Dutch cyclist Anna van der Breggen has completed a rare double at the road World Championships in Italy... more
    Patrick Bevin is keeping his disappointment at the road cycling World Championships in perspective
    26 Sep: Patrick Bevin is keeping his disappointment at the road cycling World Championships in perspective... more
    Motorists beware... one of the worst storms of the decade is set to wreak havoc this weekend
    26 Sep: Motorists beware... one of the worst storms of the decade is set to wreak havoc this weekend... more
    Motorists are being advised to avoid State Highway 2 at Waihi, which is closed after a serious smash
    25 Sep: Motorists are being advised to avoid State Highway 2 at Waihi, which is closed after a serious smash... more
    China's carbon neutral by 2060 pledge has wowed some, but where is the detail?
    25 Sep: It's official: Chinese President Xi Jinping tells the UN that China is going carbon neutral by 2060. But how does the world's largest polluter even begin to start the process?... more
    Twenty-three people, including children, have been killed after an oil tanker truck overturned and exploded near a bus stop in central Nigeria
    24 Sep: Twenty-three people, including children, have been killed after an oil tanker truck overturned and exploded near a bus stop in central Nigeria... more
    Kiwi cyclist George Bennett believes this year's road world championships is as open as he can remember
    23 Sep: Kiwi cyclist George Bennett believes this year's road world championships is as open as he can remember... more
    Auckland's Harbour Bridge is still in a vulnerable state
    23 Sep: Auckland's Harbour Bridge is still in a vulnerable state... more
    North Shore residents are being urged to take some initiative
    22 Sep: North Shore residents are being urged to take some initiative... more

     Most Popular Recent Motoring News
     06 Sep: Queensland police are set to be armed with new high-tech cameras and a fleet of drones with night vision to crack down on reckless drivers ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     18 Sep: It's going to be a long drive home for some Auckland Motorists ++++++
     15 Sep: The Remutaka Hill Road has reopened but motorists are being asked to take extra care due to gale force winds +++++
     31 Aug: India's migrant workers would 'rather starve' than face humiliation of return to cities after coronavirus lockdown +++++
     26 Sep: Motorists beware... one of the worst storms of the decade is set to wreak havoc this weekend ++++
     08 Sep: The Automobile Association's pressing the Government to protect Kiwi roads with Covid-19 money ++++
     09 Sep: The onus shouldn't fall on rental companies to keep everyone safe on the roads ++++

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      27 Aug: Evs are coming, ready or not (Aardvark)
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      30 Apr: Coronavirus: motor industry fears wof extensions could set up car owners for years of havoc (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Jan: How top gear overcame its 'problem phase' (BBCWorld)
      15 Jan: The future of motoring is aces: part 2 (Stuff.co.nz)
      8 Jan: The future of motoring is aces: part 1 (Stuff.co.nz)
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