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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Motoring articles  Motoring
    Nearly 700-thousand dollars worth of fines have been handed out to speeding bus drivers in Auckland over the past five years
     15 March 2021
    Nearly 700-thousand dollars worth of fines have been handed out to speeding bus drivers in Auckland over the past five years
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    Manchester City's lifted a level in the second half to put away Fulham 3-nil and extend their English Premier League advantage to 17 points
    14 Mar: Manchester City's lifted a level in the second half to put away Fulham 3-nil and extend their English Premier League advantage to 17 points... more
    A spike in trucks crashing into train bridges is a costly problem for Kiwirail
    13 Mar: A spike in trucks crashing into train bridges is a costly problem for Kiwirail... more
    The main line for New Zealand's trains had to be closed last Friday - after being hit by a truck
    13 Mar: The main line for New Zealand's trains had to be closed last Friday - after being hit by a truck... more
    Taxi drivers want to be the first cab off the rank for the next tier of Covid-19 vaccinations
    9 Mar: Taxi drivers want to be the first cab off the rank for the next tier of Covid-19 vaccinations... more
    Another tough day in and out of the saddle for New Zealand road cycling champion George Bennett
    9 Mar: Another tough day in and out of the saddle for New Zealand road cycling champion George Bennett... more
    Auckland authorities are being urged to address congestion issues, while traffic levels remain lower than normal
    8 Mar: Auckland authorities are being urged to address congestion issues, while traffic levels remain lower than normal... more
    State Highway 5 at Eskdale remains closed after a car hit a power pole, bringing down lines earlier this evening
    7 Mar: State Highway 5 at Eskdale remains closed after a car hit a power pole, bringing down lines earlier this evening... more
    Road safety is everyone's responsibility
    6 Mar: Road safety is everyone's responsibility... more
    Police are trying to find a driver who trapped an officer's arm in his window - as he fled a Covid-19 checkpoint
    5 Mar: Police are trying to find a driver who trapped an officer's arm in his window - as he fled a Covid-19 checkpoint... more

     Most Popular Recent Motoring News
     06 Apr: Road safety is everyone's responsibility ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     21 Mar: Over 2=million dollars worth of cars will go under the hammer today in the Kapiti Coast +++++++++
     02 Apr: Speeders, drunken-drivers and those who use their phones while driving are firmly in the sights of Police this Easter Weekend +++++++++
     29 Mar: Superb by name ...and by nature ++++++
     27 Mar: A person has died - following a crash on State Highway Two in Pahiatua near Henderson Road yesterday ++++++
     08 Apr: A shortage of drivers is being blamed for an increase in bus cancellations in Wellington ++++++
     04 Apr: The Easter road toll has risen to four so far +++++

     Motoring NewsLinks
      11 Apr: Quick charge 10/04: this week in ev news (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Feb: The motoring industry is truly awful, i can't wait for the apple car (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Jan: Top gear: are mcguinness, flintoff and harris now tv's best motoring trio? (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Nov: Thu, 12 Nov 2020: Waimate duo win nz endurance motoring title driving a 'lockdown' build (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Nov: Wed, 4 Nov 2020: New auckland harbour crossing: 25-year wait for road link 'laughable', says aa (Stuff.co.nz)
      27 Aug: Thu, 27 Aug 2020: Evs are coming, ready or not (Aardvark)
      29 Jun: Mon, 29 Jun 2020: New toyota nz chief executive takes the wheel (Stuff.co.nz)
      30 Apr: Thu, 30 Apr 2020: Coronavirus: motor industry fears wof extensions could set up car owners for years of havoc (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Soccer:
    Chelsea have denied Manchester City a chance at a football quadruple, knocking them out of the FA Cup with victory in the semifinals at Wembley Stadium 8:46

    Rugby:
    Crusaders coach Scott Robertson's denying any element of complacency from his players following their tight 26-25 loss to the Chiefs in Hamilton 8:26

    Motorsports:
    Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has secured career pole number 99 after running fastest in qualifying for this weekend's Formula One Grand Prix at Imola 8:16

    Health & Safety:
    Compassionate Kiwis are being called on to help Starship care for critically ill children 8:06

    Motorsports:
    Shane van Gisbergen's yet to be knocked off the top spot of the podium in 2021, securing his sixth win to start the Supercars season 8:06

    Rugby League:
    Wins have seen South Sydney and Parramatta rise up the NRL ladder to take second and third spot respectively 7:56

    International:
    Members of the armed forces played a distinct role in Prince Philip's funeral.. 7:56

    Entertainment:
    Katy Perry thinks social media is “the decline of human civilisation” 6:54

    Entertainment:
    Shay Mitchell is considering having a second child 6:24

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