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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Motoring articles  Motoring
    Two men from Auckland's North Shore have been arrested by police following separate road rage incidents
     3 January 2020
    Two men from Auckland's North Shore have been arrested by police following separate road rage incidents
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    One of New Zealand's leading harness racing drivers is in a stable condition after being rushed to hospital following a shocking mid-race incident
    3 Jan: One of New Zealand's leading harness racing drivers is in a stable condition after being rushed to hospital following a shocking mid-race incident... more
    Six people have lost their lives on our roads over the Christmas holiday period..
    3 Jan: Six people have lost their lives on our roads over the Christmas holiday period..... more
    Holidaymakers heading north north of Auckland today on State Highway 1 are having a slow drive
    2 Jan: Holidaymakers heading north north of Auckland today on State Highway 1 are having a slow drive... more
    Peter Wright has to overturn an unwanted record to become darts world champion this morning
    2 Jan: Peter Wright has to overturn an unwanted record to become darts world champion this morning... more
    Three people have been injured following a crash in Takapuna, Auckland this evening
    31 Dec 2019: Three people have been injured following a crash in Takapuna, Auckland this evening... more
    New Zealand cyclist Patrick Bevin is heading into 2020 with a fresh perspective on perseverance
    30 Dec 2019: New Zealand cyclist Patrick Bevin is heading into 2020 with a fresh perspective on perseverance... more
    New Zealand cyclist Patrick Bevin is taking plenty of lessons from a rocky 2019 season
    30 Dec 2019: New Zealand cyclist Patrick Bevin is taking plenty of lessons from a rocky 2019 season... more
    Falls Festival in Lorne cancelled due to forecast extreme bushfire risk, 9,000 patrons told to leave
    30 Dec 2019: Seven artists who were due to perform at Falls Festival have booked gigs in Melbourne at the eleventh hour to raise money for firefighters and alleviate disappointment for thousands of fans forced to leave Lorne.... more
    The Government's promising to ditch diesel-powered ministerial cars and is immediately buying six new electric SUVs for the fleet
    30 Dec 2019: The Government's promising to ditch diesel-powered ministerial cars and is immediately buying six new electric SUVs for the fleet... more

     Most Popular Recent Motoring News
     13 Jan: Kiwis are being warned against a sinister scam email ++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Jan: New high-tech parking cameras are cracking down on illegally-parked motorists in Auckland +++++++++++++++
     03 Jan: One of New Zealand's leading harness racing drivers is in a stable condition after being rushed to hospital following a shocking mid-race incident +++++++++++++
     11 Jan: Queenstown's Frankton Road has reopened following a three car crash this morning ++++++
     30 Dec: Falls Festival in Lorne cancelled due to forecast extreme bushfire risk, 9,000 patrons told to leave +++++
     05 Jan: Potential traffic chaos and gridlock awaits thousands of commuters back from holiday and heading into Auckland's CBD tomorrow +++++
     15 Jan: Two people who fled after their car crashed into Christchurch's Heathcote River late last night have been found +++++

     Motoring NewsLinks
      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)
      24 Dec: Tue, 24 Dec 2019: Why 'maas' is so important to the future of motoring (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Dec: Tue, 10 Dec 2019: Drunk dad gave son, 9, driving lesson with unrestrained brother in back (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Nov: Wed, 13 Nov 2019: Kea kids news: big boys toys even bigger when you're small (Stuff.co.nz)
      13 Sep: Fri, 13 Sep 2019: Manfeild set to be mx-5 central (voxy.co.nz)
      12 Sep: Thu, 12 Sep 2019: Freddie flintoff 'absolutely fine' after top gear mishap (BBCWorld)
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