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The 2014 VINZ International Rally of Whangarei was a bittersweet event for Bay of Plenty competitors with highs and lows for all throughout last weekend.  Rotorua driver Sloan Cox took out his maiden leg win, with a 5.9 second lead over Richard Mason...

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Michael Young's 2014 Asia Pacific Rally Championship campaign is off to a great start scoring a podium place on top of gaining valuable drivers' championship points at the International Rally of Whangarei. As the only registered New Zealander...

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Motorists travelling along State Highway 29 via the Kaimai Range are being advised the road is reduced to two lanes at the base on the Hamilton side. New Zealand Transport Agency says during the Easter and Anzac holiday period there is a speed restriction...

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Recent wet weather has forced the NZ Transport Agency to delay the scheduled traffic switch onto the new eastbound lanes, between Mangatawa and Domain Road, as part the Tauranga Eastern Link. The traffic switch and associated changes at the Kairua Road...

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After a solid start to day one of the VINZ International Rally of Whangarei, Mount Maunganui rally driver David Holder's changed dramatically in the last two short special stages of the day.  Photo by: Wayne Cockburn/motorsportphotography.co.nz Holder...

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Motorists travelling in and around the Western Bay of Plenty are being warned to be prepared to encounter road works in the region. Below is a list of the road work activity planned for the area from April 13 through until April 20. All works are weather...

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Two lanes are now open at the Kaituna Bridge on State Highway 2, east of Te Puke. NZ Transport Agency highways manager Brett Gliddon says both lanes across the Kaituna Bridge were opened this morning. He says the lane are operating without manual or...

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Tauranga Police are calling for motorcyclists and scooter riders to keep their lights on while riding in the city after two accidents in two days this week. On Monday a scooter rider was knocked over at the Maxwells Road/Chapel Street intersection when...

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Police investigating a two car crash on State Highway 2 at Tauriko earlier today believe a medical condition may have sparked the crash. A grey Holden Commodore crashed into the back of a grey Holden Astra near the intersection of Gargan Road about 11.10am. Rubbish...

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Mount Maunganui rally driver David Holder is eying the International Rally of Whangarei as a chance to redeem himself and remain fully on track in what doubles as a milestone event for the young driver. Head mechanic Mike Pittams and David Holder getting...

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